MLMT welcomes you come along and witness this grand fusion of cultures like never seen before!
When you think Malaysia, you guess bustling streets with people rushing about their business. These streets, a melting pot of smells from all corners of the world. These smells a treat for your very being. You’re being salivating for more of Malaysia. Truly Asia.
Right from the ancient times, everyone has come to Malaysia and found it incredibly tough to leave. This is why you will run into all of Asia in hiding here. You will also see in their natural habitat insects from all walks of life.
When to visit?
There is a very easily distinguishable line between the east-west weather. The west coast islands are most welcoming from December to April while March to October remains the perfect time for the east. There are a few areas which are warm throughout the year and have relatively less rain.
The process of getting a visa for Malaysia is a complicated affair. There are a lot of different documents they require. The Indian process is categorized in two halves. The people applying from the North and East of India with a fresh passport must submit bank statements of three months.
Applicants from the West of India must give an updated bank statement of the last month and make sure that they have a balance of 30,000 rupees for individuals. They may even ask for all bookings in Malaysia.
Where to stay
The capital of Malaysia captivates one and all with its skyscrapers peeking from beyond the cloud cover with their city life that slips into your everyday life in no time. The perfect place to live, with their food stalls cradled in spices from all over Asia.
Discover this city on foot. You will not leave without your bellies full and hands wrapped in shopping bags.
Best Places to live in Kuala Lumpur
Imagine this. You are transported with an anywhere door directly into a movie. Picturesque Chinese temples, mosques, and architecture that will get your eyes glued. This mumbo-jumbo will understand the most of the general ones. Chaos has never been as beautiful as it is in George Town.
George Town has a very vivid and unexpected art scene doubled up with suave cafes and people of all kinds.
Best Places to live in George Town
Melaka city is sophistication brewed with all the colors of the spectrum. It is vibrancy in every direction. It is not only a treat for our eyes but pleases the soul in the calmest of ways. There comes a glistening smile on your face when you look onto the riverside of your feelings.
Since it becomes a World Heritage Site in 2008, tourism has picked up at a stunning rate. Even though shrouded by commercialism Melaka city exudes the magic of centuries that built it.
Best Places to live in Melaka City
This one hides in the past. Everyone has moved on to centuries ahead of time, but KK remains for us dreamers. It won’t be the charming fast-moving city, but it will make you flush with delight with its considerable charm. You enter here, and everything slows down.
It is the kind of life you can get really addicted to. It won’t grab you by its views with the first breath. But you will find yourself sitting on a bench, witnessing the most exquisite sunset you have seen in years, and you will be rooted to your spot. The music and art scene in Kota Kinabalu will be a treat for your senses.
Best Places to stay in Kota Kinabalu:
When you glide into Kuching, it will seem very evident why the White Rajahs set up home here and gave it so much affection. It was the apple of their eyes, and now it is ours. It is the middle ground that joins in the dense forests with the water with its arms held out open. The narrow lanes lead you to most beautiful and decadent cafes and bars.
Kuching was one of the most prominent ports between Asian ports and Borneo’s insides.
Best Places to stay in Kuching:
Peak the Mt. Kinabalu
This peak in Sabah is the highest peak in the Borneo Crocker Range. It typically takes a few days to finish the hike. One must book before going as there are very few permits in the area. Since this is a sacred mountain in Malaysia, it would be advisable to soak in the traditional aspects of life here and act accordingly.
This is a significant event in Malaysia and is graced by some of the biggest base jumpers in the world. It is a four-day event known as the “KL Tower International Jump Malaysia” where people jump of the top of Meara KL.
White Coffee Tasting
This is the home of original white coffee. For Malaysians, it is not just “coffee.” There is a lot of history holding it together. During the Qing dynasty, the Hainanese came to Nanyang with the hopes of mining jobs but then began to create this frothy, sweetened, milk extract coffee.
The Mulu Cave, Sarawak
This (Gua Mulu) is said to be the largest cave in the world. It is located in Miri on the island of Borneo and is a World Heritage Site. You have to have a licensed tour operator to inch into the cave via “The Head-hunter’s Trail.”
Travel Smart with these tips
Malaysia is a culmination of a lot of different traditions and has a history more extensive than most 8 lane roads. Along with preparing your eyes for the beauty, there are a few things to keep in mind while venturing out into the country.
The air rates are made unbelievably affordable by Air Asia, and now it is as comfortable as possible to fly here. There are 18 domestic destinations connected with flights regularly scheduled.
Malaysia comes under a list of countries with the worst taxi systems. This was mentioned and talked about by even a minister who said that the attitude of the cab drivers was worse than their bathrooms. They have no regard for the meter and will never switch it on.
Malaysia is one of the highest consumers of this cocoa drink, and you will find it in absolute abundance everywhere you go. There are various different preparations like Neslo, Milo Dinosaur, and Milo Godzilla. They will not let you down.
Malaysia does not come under the countries which have problems with tourists during this time. It is not a compulsion to follow it, and restaurants owned by non-Muslims remain open. But it is a common courtesy to behave with politeness and not stuff mouths with food on streets. Nights are the perfect time to visit Ramadan Bazaar in Kuala Lumpur and other places. They carry the most delectable delicacies, and it is a great experience to behold.
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