Lumpur Hotels, the capital city of Federation of Malaysia,
is centrally located on the west coast of Peninsula Malaysia. It was
conferred city status on February 1, 1972 and declared as a Federal
Territory in 1974. The city began as a mining settlement in the late
1800s with the discovery of tin at the confluence of the Klang and
Gombak rivers. Although KL's tin trade has since declined, the
growth of the city has remained unabated. Today, with a population
of 1.8 million, it is the pulse of the nation.
Langkawi Hotels, the 99 islands all in one are situated
between the cross currents of the Andaman Sea and the Straits of
Malacca, off the north western shore of Peninsula Malaysia. The
island is blessed with an equatorial climate with temperature that
ranges from about 26-32 Celsius. The island is away from the
bustling city crowd is a tropical sanctuary for the soul. Take time
to explore the many exciting facets these islands have to offer and
refresh the spirit.
Highlands Hotels, situated at Malaysia's famous highland
getaway, and perched at 1,628 meters above sea level. Surrounded by
greenery, rolling hills, majestic mountains and gentle undulating
valleys, it is a magnificent sight to behold. Combined with the
serene atmosphere and an easy way of life, find pleasure in this
ultimate highland getaway with a refreshing difference.
Hotels, offers a heavy and exotic mix of various sights,
cultures, old and new buildings,and lively sounds within the narrow
streets of Georgetown steeped in age-old history. Kek Lok Si Temple,
one of the largest and finest Buddhist temples in South-East-Asia.
The main attraction - the Pagoda of Ten Thousand Buddha's -
comprises many tiers which are ornamented with intricately painted
ceramic tiles, graceful arches, niches and statues of Buddha. The
tortoise pond is also popular.
Kinabalu Hotels (Sabah), Kota Kinabalu is the biggest and
busiest town in Malaysian Borneo Province of Sabah. Sabah is more
exotic and wilder. In close vicinity to beautiful beaches, superb
deluxe class resorts, abundant marine life and coral life, tropical
islands, the awesome Mount Kinabalu and its plant and animal life,
KK as it is popularly known, is fast emerging to be a popular
tourist destination for soft adventure and eco tourism programs.
(Sarawak), The land of the Hornbills, Kuching is a riverine city
with many attractions. Multi storey buildings blend with structures
from colonial days and the colourful Malay and Chinese shophouses. A
stroll along the waterfront is a good start to tour the city on
foot. Beyond Kuching, there are the wonders of the Niah and Mulu
Caves, the Bako National Park and the Damai Cultural Village.
Island Hotels, (Pulau Perhentian in Malay) lie
approximately 19 km offshore the coast of northeastern Malaysia in
the state of Terengganu, approximately 64 km south of the Thai
border. The two main islands are Perhentian Besar ("Big Perhentian")
and Perhentian Kecil ("Small Perhentian").
The small, uninhabited islands of Susu Dara (Virgin Milk),
Seringgi and Rawa lie off Kecil. The Perhentians belong to Pulau
Redang National Marine Park, which means that fishing, collecting
coral and littering are strictly prohibited.
Island Resorts (Pulau Tioman), is a small island located 32
km off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia in the state of Pahang,
and is some 39 km long and 12 km wide. It has eight main villages,
the largest and most populous being Kampung Tekek in the north. Yet,
the densely forested island is still sparsely inhabited, and is
surrounded by numerous
coral reefs, making it a scuba diving haven. The Island can be
reached by ferries from the Malaysian mainland, and a propeller
plane service by Berjaya Air from Singapore (Seletar Airport) and
Kuala Lumpur (Subang Airport).
Island (Terengganu), An hour’s boat ride from Merang Jetty
offers some of the best diving and snorkeling in this part of the
world with its rich marine life, sandy beaches and clear waters.
Coral reefs are found in the shallow as well as the deep water
around the islands. Some of fishes that have been spotted are
snappers, rabbitfish, silver
barracudas, clownfish, triggerfish, parrotfish, stingrays,
hammerheads and even green turtles. Berjaya Air flies directly from
Kuala Lumpur to Redang Island.
Negara Hotels, Tamand Negara National Park was established
in 1938/1939 as the King George V National Park. It was renamed to
Taman Negara after Independence, which literally means "national
park" in Malay. The total area of Taman Negara is 4,343 km˛. The
park has been developed into a famous destination in Malaysia.
Gunung Tahan is the highest point of the Malay Peninsula; climbers
can use Kuala Tahan or Merapoh as their departure destination. Taman
Negara is the home of some rare mammals, such as the Indochinese
Tiger, Sumatran Rhinoceros, Malayan Gaur (seladang) and Asian
Elephant. Tahan River has been preserved to protected the Malaysian
mahseer (ikan kelah in Malay), a type of game fish. Others
attractions found near Kuala Tahan (Park headquarters for Pahang)
include a canopy walkway, Gua Telinga (cave system), Lata Berkoh
(rapid). Visitors can enjoy the tropical rain forest, birdwatching
or jungle trekking and the river views along the Tahan River. All
visitors must get permits from the Department of Wildlife and
Bharu Hotels (Kelantan), home to the traditional Malay arts
and crafts, like the Kelantanese batik and songket. The famous
Central Market in town is one of the most colourful markets in
Malaysia. Relatively a conservative town but nevertheless very rich
in the traditional Malay culture and customs. Must see places
include the Gelanggang Seni (Cultural Centre) where you can catch
top spinning, kite flying, shadow puppet play and silat
Hotels, a trip to Malacca is like traveling through history.
As the visitor walks the narrow streets, visits old temples, mosques
and medieval fortresses, or lingers among ancient ruins and
epitaphs, Malacca's history will captivate and enchant. The remnants
from the Portuguese and the Dutch era are still evident till this
City/Cherating Hotels (Pahang), the stretch of beautiful
sandy beach of Cherating, is a famous getaway for those seeking a
beach retreat complete with water sports. One can surf, kite
surfing/boarding or sail at the popular Teluk Chempedak beach or the
Island (Perak), 90km southwest of Ipoh, is an idyllic and
beautiful island resort for a care-free and relaxing holiday. The
island is famous for its ‘ikan bilis’ (anchovies) and squids. The
real attraction here are the enchanting beaches on the western
coastline Pantai Puteri Dewi, Teluk Nipah and Teluk Cempedak are
marvelous for swimming or just basking in the sun in complete
privacy amidst tranquil surroundings. Berjaya Air flies directly
from Kuala Lumpur to Pangkor Island.
Hotels, tagged as
the ‘rice-bowl’ of Malaysia simply because of its many rice (known
by the locals here as ‘padi’) fields. It’s a popular stopover
destination where one can indulge in the cross culture between the
Malays and Thais. Open market, peddling a variety of local
handicrafts, the State Museum and the State Art Gallery are some of
the popular attractions.
Hotels, (Jawi: ترڠڬانو,
Trengganu or Tringganu) is a sultanate and constitutive
state of federal Malaysia. The state is also known by its Arabic
honorific, Darul Iman ("Abode of Faith"). The coastal city of
Kuala Terengganu, at the mouth of the broad Terengganu River, is
both the state and royal capital and is the largest city in
Genting Highlands Hotels, The City of Entertainment. It is
located in a lush tropical greenery and cool invigorating air
surrounds environments. Driving up to the highlands takes
approximately 1 hour from the city. The natural elements at Genting
Highlands are further enhanced and complimented by a superb range of
facilities such as the Genting Indoor and Outdoor Theme Park, the
longest cable car system in Southeast Asia. In addition, there are
over 5,900 rooms of international standard in the highland.