Malaysia - General information

In Malaysia, we offer taylor made of tours and a typical luxury holiday in a best choosen by us hotels.
From May to September is the best whether to choose tour of Borneo ended stay in one of two luxury beach hotels: Nexus Karambunai or Shangri-la Rasa Ria. For enthusiasts of diving we recommend  connect the Borneo Island with Redang Island or relax in a luxury resort at Tanjong Jara east coast of Malaysia.
From November to March it is the best season to stay on the West Coast - on Langkawi Island and Penang. The stay may be preceded by purchases in metropolitan Kuala Lumpur and an unforgettable trip into the jungle in Taman Negara National Park.
Those who choose Singapore Airlines flight lines can stop for a few days in Singapore.

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Malaysia is a mix of the modern world and a developing nation. With its investment in the high technology industries and moderate oil wealth, it has become a rich nation in Southeast Asia. Malaysia, for most visitors, presents a happy mix: there is high-tech infrastructure and things generally work well and more or less on schedule.

Before the rise of the European colonial powers, the Malay peninsula and the Malay archipelago were home to empires such as the Srivijaya, the Majapahit (both ruled from Indonesia) and the Melaka Sultanate. The Srivijaya and Majapahit empires saw the spread of Hinduism to the region, and to this day, despite being nominally Muslim, many Hindu legends and traditions survive in tradtional Malay culture. Mass conversion to Islam only occurred after the arrival of Arab traders during the Melaka Sultanate.

One of the significant characteristics of Malaysian culture is its celebration of various festivals and events. The year is filled with colorful, exhilarating and exciting activities. Some are religious and solemn but others are vibrous, joyous events. One interesting feature of the main festivals here is the 'open house' custom. This is when Malaysians celebrating the festival invite friends and family to come by their homes for some traditional delicacies and fellowship.

Malaysia is close to the equator, therefore a warm weather is guaranteed. Temperatures generally range from 32°C at noon to about 26°C at midnight. But like most Southeast Asian countries, Malaysia's sun-shining days are interrupted by Monsoon season from November and February every year, and night temperatures can hit a low of about 23°C on rainy days.