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Experience the Greatest Asian Cultures with Malaysia Holidays


Malaysia is one of those countries where you can experience the best offerings of Asia. It is a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic nation with a mixed population comprising of Malays, Chinese, Indians, and indigenous people. The country became independent in 1957 and has achieved an amazing economic growth over the years. Malaysia's tourism industry has become a major source of revenue in the form of foreign exchange since the government pushed for its growth in the late twentieth century.


Eating out in Malaysia


Your Malaysia holidays would not be complete without savouring its popular delicacy, Nasi Dagang. It consists of rice steamed in coconut milk, fish curry, hard-boiled eggs, vegetable pickles and other ingredients. A traditional South Indian meal known in this part of the world as Banana Leaf Rice also makes for a delicious treat. Yet another tasty delight of Malaysia is the Sang Har Kwey Teow or fresh river prawns cooked in a thick eggy broth. A family-run restaurant known as Nasi Kandar Pelita would be the best place to enjoy the popular Malaysian dishes.


Places to visit in Malaysia


An example of brilliant urban architecture, Petronas Twin Towers is the most popular tourist attraction of Malaysia. Langkawi Sky Bridge is also worth visiting, as it gives you the opportunity to walk the 125-metre curved pedestrian bridge and savour the exhilarating views of the surroundings. A trip to the Batu Caves near Kuala Lumpur would allow you to witness some amazing structures, including the giant statue of the Hindu deity, Lord Murugan. You can take a break from sightseeing and relax on the Pantai Cenang beach in Langkawi.


Fun activities in Malaysia


One of the most thrilling outdoor activities you can enjoy in Malaysia is skydiving, which is offered at select locations in the country. Flyboarding is a relatively new sport, which you can enjoy during your time spent in this region. You can try water rafting in the rivers during your holidays to Malaysia as they have different rapids with varying difficulty levels. The Suria KLCC mall located at the base of Petronas Twin Towers gives you an exciting shopping experience.


Nightlife in Malaysia


With plenty of bars, pubs, and nightclubs, the nightlife in Malaysia is vibrant and provides the right doses of fun and excitement to the party-goers. Among the best clubs in the country is Zouk, which is located in the capital city, Kuala Lumpur. It has six rooms with varying themes and is frequented by world-renowned DJs. This nightclub is also equipped with exclusive spaces for members and elegant interiors that set the perfect mood for partying.


Accommodation in Malaysia


Several options in accommodation are available in Malaysia for different budgets. Five-star hotels offer luxurious stays with rooms that have more personal space and all the latest facilities. You can enjoy cheap holidays to Malaysia by staying in apartments or guesthouses. Getting around in Malaysia is made convenient with domestic flights, trains, buses, ferries, taxis and car rentals.


Festivals in Malaysia


Christmas and New Year's Eve are celebrated with great festivities in different parts of Malaysia. For the country's Muslim population, the Hari Raya Aidilfitri is the most important festival as it follows a month-long fasting from dawn to sunset. Hindu people of Indian origin celebrate Deepavali, the festival of lights, which falls in October or November every year. The Lantern Festival is an occasion of great joy for the ethnic Chinese, who make it a memorable day by eating mooncakes.


Best time to visit Malaysia


The period between March and early October is generally the best time to visit Malaysia, as you would have lesser rains around this time of the year along with low levels of humidity. The Malaysia holiday packages offered by Lowest2 include the best destinations of the country and give you the opportunity to have greater savings for your holiday.