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In the heart of Asia lies a land of many cultures, wonders and attractions. It's a bubbling, bustling melting pot of races and religions where Malays, Indians, Chinese and many other people live together in peace and harmony. It is also a land of fascinating extremes, where towering skyscrapers look down upon primitive longhouses. Blessed with natural wonders galore, it is perfect for a memorable eco-holiday. With some of the best beaches and diving spots in the world, it is ideal for island getaways. Experience Asia in Malaysia.

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia's dynamic capital city. Affectionately known as 'KL'. Young. Eclectic. Modern. A city of the times. You'll find it lively, buzzing with vitality, a gateway to a world of action, excitement and discoveries. Truly spectacular. Fascinating fusions of tradition and modernity, our cities' unique multi-cultural heritage, cuisine, arts and architecture make them ideal cosmopolitan getaways. Be awestruck by the ultra-modern Petronas twin Towers. Only to be charmed by the classic Moorish-style of the old Railway station. Shop in some of world's most luxurious mails. Or bargain with a trader in a bustling night market.

Penang - Often referred to as the Pearl of the Orient, is one of the most picturesque and romantic cities in all of Asia. This tropical island lies in the Indian Ocean, just off the north-west coast of Peninsular Malayisa. Penang received its name from the Pinang, or Betel Nut tree, once commonly found on the island. Established as the first British trading post in the Far East in 1776, Penang today is a bustling metropolis rteflecting a uniquely exotic blend of East and West. The Penang Bridge links the two land masses Penang is also connected by a ferry service to the mainland.

Langkawi - is accessible by ferry from either Kuala Kedah (75 minutes) or Kuala Perlis (45
minutes). There are daily flights to Langkawi from Kuala Lumpur which land at Langkawi
International Air-port. The entire cluster of islands covers an area of 47,850 hectares and is
separated from the mainland by the Straits of Malacca. A duty-free port, this island of scenic, tranquil landscapes, has become a favorite destination for local and international vistors alike.

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