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Malaysia Truly Asia

Malaysia aims to be the best, most user-friendly and most informative and entertaining travel guide website dedicated to the fascinating Malaysia.

Malaysia is pampered with a warm tropical climate, with general temperatures ranging from 70° F to 90° F. The weather is very strongly influenced by the Northeast and the Southwest Monsoon.

The period of May to September is usually a drier period. The East Coast of West Malaysia and the states in East Malaysia normally have their rainy seasons between November and February.

Malaysia Hot Destinations

Kuala Lumpur : Discovering Kuala Lumpur (as locals affectionately call it) is like traveling though a time tunnel. Here, vivid traces of history continue to influence and inspire a country set on becoming a fully industrialized nation by the year 2020. You will see ultra-modern skyscrapers standing magnificently next to rows and rows of quaint old shop houses. Haute cuisine beside hawker stalls. To the avid shopper, Kuala Lumpur is paradise. From world-renowned designer labels and brands to exquisite made-in-Malaysia items, the highly competitive environment that exists among traders is a blessing in disguise to shoppers. While department stores practice a fixed price policy, bargain hunters can test their skills at smaller retail establishments or at any one of Kuala Lumpur's famous night markets. KL will enthrall you. It will capture your heart and mind in a way no other city will.

Petronas Twin Towers : The famous twin towers - the world's tallest are situated in this city. Set in an enormous and artistically designed tropical garden, it houses an exciting discovery centre, a stunningly beautiful concert hall and an unusual art gallery, all of which are connected to a shopping gallery and food court.

The Sultan Abdul Samad building : The Sultan Abdul Samad building was constructed at the end of the last century and the site was chosen because of its central position. A.C. Norman, a British architect who worked for the Public Works Department in Kuala Lumpur, in designing the existing building took into consideration some of the features of buildings in several Islamic countries. The predominantly Moorish appearance of the building suitably reflects the cultural background of Malaysia.

Sri Mahamariaman Temple : Built in 18 7 3, this is one of the most ornate and elaborate Hindu temples in the country. The detailed decorative scheme for the temple incorporates intricate carvings, gold embellishments, hand-painted motifs and exquisite tiles from Italy and Spain. It also houses a giant chariot that is used to transport a deity annually during the Hindu festival of Thaipusam.

Gardens in Kuala Lumpur : Lake Gardens Located off Jalan Parlimen, is the greenbelt of Kuala Lumpur. Developed in the 1880s, these undulating and beautifully landscaped gardens cover 170 acres of rolling lawns with huge trees, colourful beds of flowers and two lakes. There is a children's playground, jogging tracks, exercise stations, and rowing boats. The popular gardens offer plenty of recreational opportunities and attractions.

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