Monday, February 25, 2019

Tourism in Malaysia

Malaysia is located in Southeast Asia and consists of thirteen provinces and three provinces, with a capital of Kuala Lumpur, with an area of ​​nearly three hundred thousand square kilometers and a population of over 30 million. Malaysia's tourism has recently increased for Arab citizens for many reasons, temperate tropical climate throughout the year and relatively low prices compared to other tourist areas, as well as the diversity of tourist areas where, it is possible to see the civilization and progress in modern buildings, it is possible to see the nature of the picturesque scenery that stretches over an area and Capacity of the country.

Tourism in Malaysia
Tourism is a very important source of national income in Malaysia, where Malaysia experienced a major economic boom in the late 1980s, making it thrive in areas and buildings that are a destination for tourists from around the world. , Beaches, beaches, etc., making Malaysia the first tourist country in East Asia and the ninth in the world.

Tourist areas in Malaysia
The tourist areas extend to large areas of the country, where you need to visit this country for several days so you can enjoy all these areas, such as:
Petronas Twin Towers: The two towers are very high, linked by a bridge, each with different shops for different international brands, as well as food and beverage restaurants. The bridge is a destination for souvenir pictures among tourists.

Parks: Various types of gardens can be visited. There are gardens for birds, animals, flowers and butterflies.

The National Mosque of Kuala Lumpur, which is located in the center of the capital and features a very impressive architectural design, has beautiful ponds and fountains, as well as decorations that are scattered throughout the modern Islamic design.

Chinese Village: a place to shop because of low prices there, it is possible to buy souvenirs for friends and family.

Petaling Jaya "petaling jaya": away from Kuala Lumpur only about half an hour, and contains the largest amusement park in Malaysia called "sunway lagoon", which contains a custom water games corner.

Genting Highland: 40 km away from the capital, and here you can see the stunning scenery by riding the cable car and enjoying the views from the top.

Penang City: It is a very suitable coastal city to enjoy a beach trip where soft sand and clear water.

Langkawi Island: a quiet island where you can enjoy the sea as well as ride the cable car, visit the bat cave and the fish farm.

Tioman Island: It is the perfect island for diving practice, it is possible to see coral reefs and many forms of picturesque marine life.

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