Sipadan Island is one of the most beautiful islands in the world which is located in Sabah, Malaysia. People describe Sipadan Island as “an untouched piece of art”, while divers around the world voted it as one of the top five dive sites in the world. Surrounded by crystal clear waters, is a treasure trove of some of the most amazing marine animals. The sweet smell of coconuts, jasmine and salts fill the air, enjoy sunlight and white sand stretches along the beach surrounding you.
When planning a Malaysia holiday you'll very likely enter the country through the busy and enchanting capital of Kuala Lumpur. PETRONAS Twin Towers, otherwise known as KLCC the world’s tallest twin structures. With a mix of graceful colonial buildings, stunning mosques and temples, well designed green spaces and brilliant streets which are closely linked.
For an experience you will never forget arrange a trip to the Borneo rainforest in Malaysia. One of the most famous Malaysia tourist attractions offers a host of things to do such as canopy walks, jungle treks, nature walks, white water rafting, river fishing and more.
CULTURE & HERITAGE
Religious and cultural festivals are a way of life in Malaysia. Where Malays, Chinese, Indians and many other people live together in peace and harmony. With such a unique heritage, there is many delightful festivals and celebrations for all to enjoy. So you can see many special mosques and temples which are based on every religion and culture.
FOOD & DINING
Nasi Lemak is the national dish of Malaysia, it means rice in cream. Traditionally, it comes as a platter of food wrapped in banana leaf, with cucumber slices, roasted peanuts and hot spicy sauce, the most important ingredient called sambal.
Another dish that mixed up with the taste of sweet, sour and spicy. Asam Laksa is a local dish of rice noodles, with bits of mall roasted fish, onions, cucumber, chilli...
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