There are many reasons why Malaysia is your perfect travel destination. It is a place where you can learn more about cultural diversity just as about the beautiful landscapes. Not to mention that Malaysia is great travel destination for Muslim travellers since it is one of the largest Muslim population countries. It is not hard to find compliant-halal foods. And for non-Muslim travellers, travelling to Malaysia still such an incredible experience because there are so many things to enjoy from foods to attractions.
What to know before visiting Malaysia
Malaysia is located in Southeast Asia. It has very diverse culture which makes it more accessible for people coming from different cultural background. There is no reason for you to hesitate coming to this country. However, there is always need for precaution for travelling regardless of the destination. Learning more your travel destination can help you more prepared of what to expect.
Transportation within the country
Transport is not really a problem in Malaysia especially if you are a fan of flying. Malaysia has AirAsia to lead the way for low-cost travels in Southeast Asia. There are 18 domestic destinations interconnected with scheduled flights from peninsular and East Malaysia. If you take taxis to help you get around Malaysia, it may result in different experience. It is said that Kuala Lumpur’s taxis are one of the worst. If you doubt you will get nice experience riding taxi, you may choose the alternative such as taking local public transportation.
Bacon in Malaysia
The bacon in Malaysia might be different from what you used to enjoy for breakfast. If you expect your breakfast to begin with a pan full of pork, you might be a little bit disappointed because in Malaysia, there is variety of bacon. Since the majority of Malaysian population are Muslim, halal foods are easier to find. Therefore, non-halal foods like pork can be found in particular areas such as Penang where there are many Chinese restaurants are run. However, halal-foods are just delicious that even if you are non-Muslim travellers, you won’t have difficulties enjoying them.
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Malaysia is a great place for you to experience the diversity in another field. Malaysia is a house to 20% of the world’s animal species in the ecosystem. The natural biodiversity is so stunning in Malaysia. In fact, you can visit the much older rainforest than Amazon. Malaysia has Taman Negara that has been around 130 million years. It is in fact, the oldest rainforest in the world. There are varieties of animals roaming around their habitats in the forest including tigers, elephants, orang-utans, and many more. You can also enjoy the beautiful nature in Malaysia in another way such as diving in Sipadan.
Traveling to Malaysia during Ramadhan
You can still travel comfortably in Malaysia even during Ramadhan, a special month when Muslim are fasting a full month from dusk till dawn. There are still restaurants and shops that open so you can still buying and eating in public freely. However, be considerate to show your respect to the local tradition.