Featuring 14 states and home to the jungles of Borneo, sun-kissed east coast islands and the high rises of KL, the region is best known for its smorgasbord of gastronomic choices. Malaysia’s diverse mix of ethnic groups’ flavour its culinary experience – Chinese food stalls are prevalent in most towns and Malay food is extremely popular along Peninsular Malaysia’s east coast. Yet the country’s cuisine isn’t the only reason to visit – 13km from KL, Batu Caves attract enough visitors to make them one of Malaysia’s foremost tourist attractions.
Further north, Templar Park features the nearest primary rainforest to the capital; meanwhile 50km northeast are the extravagant Genting Highlands – the first, and most popular, of the country’s hill stations. Don’t miss out on our top recommendations, impressive package deals, exquisite special offers and much more!
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