Exploring Malaysia – Truly Asia

in Malaysia

The country is divided into two distinct parts, namely Peninsula Malaysia and East Malaysia. Peninsula Malaysia is basically the long fringe of land that extends down from Asia and is located between the neighbouring countries of Singapore and Thailand. East Malaysia on the other hand is separated from Peninsula Malaysia by the South China Sea and is less populated. However the dense jungle of Sabah and Sarawak supports a variety of flora and fauna. Here you will be able to find the world's largest flower as well as Mt. Kinabalu, Sabah which is the highest peak in the South East Asian region.

Kuala Lumpur is adept at reconciling the old with the new. How the city excels at striking this balance is clearly observed in how the colonial fade and structure of the Sultan Abdul Samad building blends intimately with the tall, freestanding wonder of The Petronas Twin Towers. Naturally, there's more to the face and feature of Kuala Lumpur than these two world famous landmarks. The old railway station is one. The Masjid Jamekis another. And then, there's the new headquarters of Telekom Malaysia that curves skyward in its design and daring.

One thing you'll discover in Kuala Lumpur is the many priceless moments you get to sit back and reflect. Amidst the hustle and bustle of a metropolitan city, lies a calming yet serious appreciation of culture and the crafts.

 

If you are here for the sun and beach then do not worry as Malaysia has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, in fact some of them are located on islands such as Pulau Redang, Pulau Pangkor and many more. For those that want to experience the lifestyles of the traditional Malays then make a stop at the northern Kelantan province where you can witness the culture and enjoy the dishes unique to that area. The point is you will not get bored no matter where you visit in Malaysia

 

 

Also make sure to take a Malaysia SIM Card as a convenient and economical calling solution while you travel to Malaysia. The Malaysia SIM card includes FREE incoming calls with service across Malaysia. Pay the local rate for local calls and use a cellular phone in Malaysia like you do at home. And unlike home, your Malaysia SIM card and cell phone service is free of a contract or minimum commitment.

 

Also explore the options of buying a Malaysia-compatible cell phone if you don't have a Unlocked Cell Phone, renting a Malaysia Cell Phoneat just $1 a day.

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This article was published on 2010/09/25