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 General information about the country
Welcome to Malaysia! One of the most interesting and colorful countries in Southeast Asia. It combines the heritage of the three ancient civilizations: Malay, Chinese and Indian, that will make a lasting impression on you. Malaysia remains a wilderness, preserving their traditions, beaches and excellent service. Malaysia, a country of genuine kindness and warmth, will give you the opportunity to experience all the time the whole of Asia.
Malaysia (Malaysia malaysk.) - A state in Southeast Asia, which consists of two parts, separated East Sea:
• West Malaysia (the traditional name - Malaya) occupies the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula and adjacent islands, bordered by Thailand to the north, in the south of Singapore, and Indonesia in the Straits of Malacca.
• East Malaysia (the traditional name - Sabah and Sarawak) occupies the northern part of the island of Borneo and the adjacent islands, bordered on the north by Brunei and Indonesia in the south.
Malaysia is a federal constitutional elective monarchy, which consists of 13 states (states) and three federal territories.
The nine states are monarchies, seven of them - led by the sultans sultanates. Each rule is also the religious head of his staff.
The other four are headed by governors governorships.
Supreme Ruler and sultans made ​​mainly representative functions, but all laws and amendments to the Constitution shall be submitted for approval. Real management functions are performed by the Parliament and the Prime Minister.
The official language of Malaysia is Malay. Other popular English, Tamil Chinese (various dialects), Telugu, Malayalam, Punjabi, and Thai. English Language in schools is a must. Police and officials speak English freely.
Some schools are taught Portuguese and Arabic. The population of the Malay Peninsula enjoys Mon-Khmer language group, and Kalimantan (Borneo) - Austronesian Languages.
According to the 2010 census, the population of Malaysia was 28,334,135 people (44 in the world). The average population density is about 86 inhabitants / km². The population is distributed very unevenly, so that 79.6% of Malaysians live in peninsular part of the country and 20.4% - in the eastern part. Urban population - about 70%. Annual growth of 2.4%, about 34% of the population - those under 15 years. The country is also home to the Indonesians, Thais, Indians and Europeans.
The climate in Malaysia is tropical, warm and humid throughout the year. The slightly cooler in the highlands average annual temperature of 26 ° C to 30 ° C. The cooler is the time from November to January. The monsoon winds are distributed as follows: in the southwest from April to October in the northeast from October to February. On the coast, temperatures vary little throughout the year, ranging from 22 ° to 32 ° C. On the west coast from September to December is characterized by short tropical rains, sunny time revocable. On the east coast of this period lasts from October to February.
Seasonal climate changes almost nothing. During the monsoon just to the northeast coast of Malacca, possibly disruption of marine tourism. At other times, strong winds are rare. The annual rainfall of 1500 mm. on the coast and 5,000 mm. in the mountains.

Best time to visit Malaysia.
The weather in Malaysia is hot and humid. The advantage is that you can visit all year because, unlike other countries in the region (the northernmost), Malaysia suffers monsoon (except the east coast of the peninsula, where it rains a lot from October to April). That's right: being located in the tropics, no one to pass a few days there will be rid of getting a little wet. This should not worry the traveler, since it is likely that a few minutes after the sun shine again.
To travel to Malaysia visa not in most cases is required, provided that the stay will be less than three months. For more information visit this website visa to Malaysia.
For a holiday in Malaysia no compulsory vaccinations, however, may be recommended those of typhoid fever, hepatitis A and B, tetanus and Japanese encephalitis. In parts of Malaysia has malaria, so depending on where you go to get the traveler is advised to take prophylaxis. In recent years there has been an increase in cases of dengue disease whose best vaccine is to protect against mosquitoes. If you come from infected areas, it is essential to have the vaccination certificate against yellow fever. For more information on health and vaccinations we suggest visiting the website of the Ministry of Health.

Natural Disasters
Although less than nearby Indonesia, Malaysia suffers regular earthquakes. These usually do not have serious consequences. Moreover, thanks to its geographical location protected even phenomena of enormous magnitude (as the tsunami that devastated the region a few years ago) have little effect on the Malay Peninsula.
Malaysia is a destination considered as safe as other destinations in Asia: Vietnam, Laos ... It is highly unlikely that the traveler has problems. Even for women traveling alone, Malaysia is a destination of minimal risk. Furthermore, although found in Malaysian Islamic fundamentalist groups, has never suffered a terrorist attack on Malaysian territory.Attention! The Malaysian authorities everything related to drugs are taken seriously. It is therefore recommended to avoid any situation relating thereto. For more information about security we suggest you visit the website of the Foreign Ministry.
Holidays in Malaysia
Holiday in Malaysia - A holiday in a wonderful country with a rich historical heritage. Holidays in Malaysia and offers a wealth of pristine tropical paradise with a unique flora and fauna, world class resorts with fine white sand, crystal clear water, excellent service and a unique culture.
The general idea of ​​the famous tourist spots in Malaysia
In Malaysia, there is much interest places to visit in the world: the world's tallest Tower richer Petronaz building, the third highest TV tower in the world, the largest mosque in Asia, the third longest bridge in the world, in the copies submitted to Underwater World (aquarium) and much, much more! The country is so amazing and fabulous that tourists love at first sight, launched an unusual combination of ancient and modern. There are festivals and parties constantly interesting. And that's just a little power to give you a trip to Malaysia.
Attractions of Malaysia
Cameron Highlands - a mountain resort located at an altitude of 1,542 m, is considered the cradle of tea plantations, orchards and farms located between the valleys of the mountains. Tour of the Highlands include inspection of the tea plantations and Sungei Palas Boh Tea Factory, strawberry farm and tasting jams, visit Batu Caves (272 steps). Furthermore, it is worth looking-Lata Iskandar Waterfall, Semai aboriginal settlement and weaving factory bamboo baskets.
In Kuala Lumpur - the center of the city landmarks and the twin towers of the Petronas Twin Towers, the mass of religious buildings: mosques, Hindu and Chinese temples. In addition, the city has a lot of theme parks flora and fauna, where you can see a truly Darwinian variety of birds, butterflies, orchids and more.
On the island of Langkawi interesting volcanic black sand beaches, caves with ancient inscriptions and colonies of bats, hot springs, snake and crocodile farm, an aquarium.
Penang Island - a set of ancient Buddhist and Hindu temples, theme parks, caves and grottoes. Enjoy a panoramic view of all this abundance can be from the lookout on the mountain, which gave the island its name.
In Borneo, it may be sufficient snorkel or dive, go on safari in the jungle to see the paintings in the caves people Neah, watch crocodiles and orangutans in local reservoirs and river rafting Skrang.
Quite frequently, when traveling to Malaysia usually include a visit to Thailand, its northern neighbor. Although there are also travel programs that include lesser extent Singapore, a city state on the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula.