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Malaysia Tour Package (3N/4D)

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December 31, 2023
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Malaysia Tour Package (3N/4D)

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FAQs
What are the transportation options available in Malaysia?

Transportation options in Malaysia are diverse, offering choices such as air travel, train journeys, and road trips for getting from one location to another.

What is the weather like in Malaysia?

Malaysia has a tropical climate, leading to daily afternoon rain and overall cooler temperatures throughout the year.

Is Malaysia a good option for economical travelers?

Malaysia offers great affordability across the board. Prices for meals, accommodations, transportation, and fuel are quite reasonable. However, alcohol is one of the few expenses that can significantly impact your budget.

Do I need to get vaccinations before going to Malaysia?

Malaysia boasts some of the highest health standards globally, so there is no need to be concerned about diseases in Malaysia.

Can I store my luggage at the airport in Malaysia?

You are able to keep your belongings at the airport since there are lockers accessible for this purpose. If you wish to store any additional luggage at the airport in order to explore the city more comfortably, you can utilize the airport’s luggage storage service.

Must Visit Places in Malaysia

During your vacation, you’ll get to explore a variety of attractions in Malaysia. The renowned city tour of Kuala Lumpur features the Petronas Twin Towers, Chocolate Gallery, National Museum, Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, Chinatown, and Central Markets.

The Petronas Twin Towers are a pair of skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. At one time, they held the title of the world’s tallest buildings, reaching a height of 452 meters and featuring a design with steel and glass that incorporates elements from Islamic art. 

The Chocolate Gallery can be found on Jalan Kamuning and has emerged as the leading producer of high-quality chocolates in Malaysia. Visitors have the opportunity to sample over 300 varieties of chocolate at this location. 

Meanwhile, situated on Jalan Damansara in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is The National Museum which offers an overview of Malaysian history and culture. Adjacent to the Perdana Lake Gardens, it serves as a reflection of Malaysia’s diverse cultural heritage.

The Kuala Lumpur City Gallery serves as an intriguing tourist information center, showcasing a variety of paintings and photographs depicting the history of KL. It offers visitors complimentary copies of the Kuala Lumpur walking tour map and provides insights into the city’s heritage through prints, photos, and miniature architectural models.

Petaling Street in Chinatown is famous for its fashion boutiques and bustling covered market featuring clothing and accessories. This vibrant area attracts both locals and tourists, offering numerous dining options with local specialties like Hokkien mee and curry noodles.

Situated at the heart of the city, the Central Market is a must-see destination that celebrates Malaysian culture, art, and craftsmanship. Recognized as a Heritage Site by the Malaysian Heritage Society, it stands as a significant landmark reflecting Malaysia’s rich cultural heritage.

Batu Caves, located in Gombak, Selangor, Malaysia, is a limestone hill featuring a series of caves and Hindu temples. The highlight of the site is an impressive 427m high golden statue of Murugan. It is a popular Hindu shrine and an important location for celebrating Hindu festivals in Malaysia. Additionally, Batu Caves are renowned for rock climbing enthusiasts.

Port Dickson can be found south of Kuala Lumpur on the west coast of Malaysia. Known for its beaches and is one of the nearest beach resorts to Kuala Lumpur.

Genting Highland is situated in northeast Malaysia and serves as a high-altitude hill resort featuring hotels, shopping malls, restaurants, and Casino de Genting Highland Pahang – all amidst breathtaking mountain scenery.

Malacca City serves as the capital of the coastal state of Malacca, located in Southwestern Malaysia. With its captivating blend of historic architecture and modern living set against stunning scenery, Malacca has become a renowned tourist destination celebrated for its rich cultural heritage. 

This short tour package to Malaysia is both private and customizable, tailored to suit your individual preferences and ensure that your trip from Nepal offers an unforgettable experience. Additionally, you have the flexibility to add or upgrade elements such as activities and accommodations based on your specific requirements and budget constraints.

Culture in Malaysia

The culture of Malaysia is enriched by the diverse traditions of its people. Indigenous tribes were the first to inhabit the area, followed by the Malays, who migrated from mainland Asia in ancient times.

The influence of Chinese and Indian cultures grew through trade and immigration, while Persian, Arabic, and British influences also made a significant impact on Malaysian culture. 

Today, Malaysia embraces a variety of ethnicities with their own distinct cultural identities that sometimes intersect with one another.

Cuisine in Malaysia

Malaysian cuisine showcases the diverse ethnicities of its population. Influences from Malay, Chinese, Indian, Thai, Javanese, and Sumatran cultures reflect the country’s position on the ancient spice route. 

The cuisine shares similarities with Singaporean and Bruneian dishes and also has connections to Filipino cuisine. Each state offers unique dishes, making Malaysian food distinct from its original forms. 

It is common for different cultural foods to mix; for example, Malay dishes are often served in Chinese restaurants. Additionally, cooking styles can blend across cultures – such as using sambal belacan (shrimp paste) in stir-fried water spinach in Chinese restaurants. 

Despite these influences, Malaysian cuisine maintains its own identity rooted in rice as a staple food and featuring chili without always being spicy.

Festivals in Malaysia

The festive spirit in Malaysia is ever-present, with the country’s multi-ethnic population embracing celebrations and events throughout the year. Embracing a blend of Eastern and Western traditions, Malaysia hosts an array of festivals that showcase its unique culture and heritage. With around 50 public holidays annually, it has the highest number of public holidays globally. Here are some notable Malaysian festivals –

  1. Thaipusam: A significant event for the Tamil Hindu community, Thaipusam is a festival that marks the triumph of good over evil. It commemorates Lord Muruga’s defeat of the demon Surapadman and is observed at Batu Cave in Kuala Lumpur. The festivities include folk songs, traditional dances, and extensive processions at the temple premises. A notable aspect of this Malaysian festival is the piercing ritual where devotees pierce their mouths, cheeks, and other body parts with large spears, hooks, and lances as an act of devotion to carry a Kavadi (ceremonial mini hut) – making it one of Malaysia’s remarkable celebrations! It is celebrated every year in January or February.
  2. Chinese New Year: The Chinese New Year celebrations in Malaysia last for two weeks every year in January or February, during which the city is adorned with red and gold decorations. Festive parades feature traditional lion and dragon dances, while homes are cleaned to remove bad luck, and prayers for prosperity are offered at temples. There are also ceremonial drum performances to ward off evil spirits, along with spectacular nightly fireworks displays that should not be missed!
  3. Malaysia Water Festival: Experience the thrill of the waves and enjoy leisure activities on the shores during the Malaysia Water Festival, a lively month-long celebration in April held at various beaches across the country. With an array of events including kayak racing, building sand sculptures, fishing, and more, this Malaysian festival is a great opportunity to revel in beachside entertainment. The colossal sandcastles set impressive records.
  4. Kaamatan Harvest Festival: The initial harvest festival in Malaysia for the indigenous tribes of Kadazan-Dusun is a vibrant celebration of abundant prosperity, featuring a Pagan ritual held annually in Sabah. Visitors can enjoy an abundance of delectable traditional foods such as Bambangan (a type of fruit), Hinava (fish and rice), and rice wine. Traditional dance presentations take place in public spaces with dancers adorned in tribal attire. Local women compete eagerly in the Unduk Ngadau pageant to claim the esteemed title, ensuring that the festivities continue throughout the night. The festival is celebrated every year on May 31.
  5. Dragon Boat Festival: The Penang Dragon Boat Festival in Malaysia is a highly favored event, with vibrant boats gliding through the Teluk Bahang Dam. This festival celebrated every year in May or June attracts participants from various countries and includes exciting races, talent shows, and a lively carnival. The energetic ambiance is enhanced by crowd cheers and an array of delectable street food options.
  6. Gawai Harvest Festival: Every year in June in Sarawak, the indigenous tribes of Murut, Kayan, Bidayuh, and Iban celebrate a Pagan harvest festival with large feasts and open houses. Beauty pageants called Kumang and Keling Gawai provide an opportunity to showcase traditional tribal attire for both men and women. It is a Malaysia festival that reflects the welcoming nature of the locals.
  7. Hari Raya Aidilfitri: This national holiday is among the most significant celebrations in Malaysia. It signals the conclusion of Ramadan – a month of fasting; Hari Raya Aidilfitri kicks off two days of feasting and merriment. Homes and mosques are adorned with lights, and grand feasts showcasing Malaysian delicacies like Lemang (sticky rice roll), Ketupat (rice dumpling), Satay (noodles), kebabs, and cookies take place. Many locals host open gatherings where anyone can join in the festivities at their homes. As more than half of the country’s population is Muslim, this festival ranks as one of Malaysia’s most extravagant events.
  8. Mooncake Festival: The Chinese harvest festival, also called the Mid-Autumn festival, is a celebration to express gratitude to Chang Er, the moon goddess, for bountiful crops. In Malaysia, one of the highlights of this festival is the captivating lantern show in the evening. Hundreds of paper lanterns are released into the night sky in August/September as people enjoy delicious mooncakes and fly kites.

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