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Selamat Datangis the traditional Malaysian greeting that welcomes visitors to this vibrant and exotic country. Ethnically diverse cultures share the same lush landscape and create a fusion of cultural styles, cuisines and religions that is distinctly Malaysian. Festivals throughout the year mark the Malay, Chinese and Indian holidays, as well as those of the indigenous Orang Asli and the tribes of Sabah and Sarawak.

The west coast is favoured for historical interest, and is where Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur can be found; it is the icon of Asian prosperity and the meeting point for expats and city slickers who enjoy the energy of urban life. The city is a powerful mesh of tradition and technology, vying for equal status.

Currency: Malaysian ringgit

Spoken Language(s): Malay, English

Visa (UK Passport Holders):
British nationals don’t need a visa to visit Malaysia. You will normally be given permission to stay for 3 months on arrival. Visas for longer stays or for non-tourist purposes must be obtained from the nearest Malaysian diplomatic mission before you travel.

Adventure

Beach

Culture

Watersports

If you’re looking for a holiday jam-packed with water sports. Activities like, windsurfing, water skiing, wake-boarding, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding just to name a few.