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Malaysia, Truly Asia
Endowed with a diversity of ethnicities such as Malay, Chinese and Indian, Malaysia is a fascinating melting pot of different cultures and religion in which people live together in peace and harmony. Here, one will never be surprised that the people speak two or more languages fluently. In addition to the national language - Malay, many Malaysians also speak English as well as their mother tongue (e.g., Tamil, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien, Hakka, etc.).
As what many said "you are what you eat", Malaysians' multicultural identity might be attributed to their favoritism for all types of foods, regardless of ethnicity and culture. Some of our national foods are the Malay's Nasi Lemak and Satay, the Indian's Roti Canai and Teh Tarik, as well as the Chinese's Fried Kuey Teow and Hainanese Chicken Rice.
The country's landscape is also a harmoniously mixes of beautiful natures and stunning architectures. We have the world's oldest rainforests, Southeast Asia's tallest mountain - Mount Kinabalu, one of the world's tallest buildings - Petronas Twin Tower, and UNESCO World's Heritage Cities - Malacca and Penang. Forget not are the gorgeous beaches, golf courses and one of the world's finest diving destinations along Peninsula Malaysia and the Borneo Island (the state of Sabah and Sarawak).
Seeing is Believing. We invite you to visit Malaysia and let us show you where the truest Malaysian experiences are.
|(Video clip caption) Malaysia is ranked no. 9 on the rankings of country with the most international tourist arrivals in 2009. Come see it yourself.|