A enchanting mix of cross- ethnical to move and customaries, Kuala Lumpur spread an stirring, enticing charm, which will no doubt excite your interest throughout your stay. Let the city’s quality encircle you as you lose yourself in its unparalleled blend of information, culture old world charm and new world impairment. Explore it’s any small recess and small, and you’ll discover subjugate sights, sensational sounds, aromatic smells and fantastic people. Kuala Lumpur, affectionately known as KL, is an amazing cultural melting pot. Here, you will wander through communities of Chinese, Malays, South Indians, East Malaysian ethnic groups, Thais, Indonesians, Sikhs and a huge community of expats. Each community offering its own festivals, food, music, art and fashion while influencing each other’s cultures.
Lying out to sea from Brunei Bay and facing the South China Sea is the island of Labuan, an international offshore financial centre and East Malaysia’s only deep-water anchorage. Bandar Labuan is the main town on the island and the place where the airport and ferry jetty are. The main attractions are Labuan’s tax-free status, wreck-diving and duty-free shopping. Labuan is a Federal Territory governed directly from Kuala Lumpur. It is an important offshore financial centre, but also has major petroleum and gas installations which form an important part of the economy.
Terengganu is endowed with a wealth of superb natural landscapes. It is often said to have the most amazing geographic and natural diversity of all the states in the nation. Few visitors would disagree… It has beaches, exotic islands, lush virgin tropical jungles, quaint fishing villages, dazzling waterfalls and much, much more. Miles and miles of white, sandy beaches and crystal clear waters stretch the length of its coastline from Besut in the north to Kemaman in the south
Selangor surrounds the capital city and is home to many city commuters who commute to neighbouring Petaling Jaya or KL. Moving at a slower pace, it is also touched by a regal atmosphere as Selangor is home to the country’s most influential sultan. His palace stands high on a hill in the state capital of Shah Alam, which overlooks his neat and carefully planned city. Until just 25 years ago, what is now the state capital was little more than a rubber and palm oil plantation. But in the late 70s, a massive building programme spawned a well-developed infrastructure and a rapidly growing population