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Hotel Cities in MALAYSIA
Terengganu/Redag Hotels
Kuantan Hotels Langkawi Hotels Malacca Hotels Pangkor Hotels
Penang Hotels Sabah Hotels Sarawak Hotels Selangor Hotels
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Palangi Beach Resort Langkawi
Palangi Beach Resort
No of Rooms: 350
Mutiara Beach Resort Penang
Mutiara Beach Resort
No of Rooms: 438
Holiday Inn Damai Beach Sarawak
Holiday Inn Damai Beach
No of Rooms: 302
The Andaman Datai Bay Langkawi
The Andaman Datai Bay
No of Rooms: 188
Berjaya Palace Sabah
Berjaya Palace
No of Rooms: 150
Pan Pacific Klia Selangor
Pan Pacific Klia
No of Rooms: 280
Capital City Kuala Lumpur
Population 23 million
Religion Muslim, Buddhist, Taoist, Christian, Hindu, tribal
Language Malay, English, Tamil
Currency Malaysian Ringgit
Dial Code 60
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Time Zone GMT/UTC +8
Climate Southwest (April to October) and northeast (October to February) monsoons
Visa Req.
Commonwealth citizens and most European nationals do not required visas for visits of less than three months. Visitors are usually issued an extendable 30- or 60-day visa on arrival.
Public Holidays
1. The major Islamic events are connected with Ramadan, the ninth month of the Muslim calendar.
2. Malaysian festival is Hari Raya Puasa, which marks the end of Ramadan with three days of joyful celebrations.
3. Hari Raya Haji marks the successful completion of the hajj with a two-day feast of cakes and sweets.
4. Chinese New Year, in January or February, is welcomed in with dances, parades and much good cheer.
5. The festival of Thaipusam in late January is one of the most dramatic Hindu festivals.
6. The Kota Belud Tamu Besar is a huge tribal gathering held in May at Kota Belud near Kota Kinabalu in Sabah
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Warning There is a risk of kidnapping and terrorist attacks, particularly targeting foreigners.
Major Tourist Attractions in MALAYSIA
Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is truly a ‘Garden City of Lights' that bustles with energy. It is a mix of both the ultra modern of the future and the rustic charm of the past. And as capital city spanning almost 243.6 sq km, KL - as it is fondly known- is the nerve centre of the country with almost 2 million KLites calling it home. This modern metropolis offers an endless shopping paradise, glorious array of food and happening nightlife set to enthral even the most seasoned travellers. One thing is assured - there is never a boring moment in Kuala Lumpur.
Langkawi Islands
Langkawi Islands
Sitting at the northern edge of the straits of Malacca, Langkawi island is as famous for its myths and legends as it is for its scenic landscapes. Comprising 99 tropical islands, the fine beaches offer fun and sun filled holidays. The marine life beneath the clear waters of the island beckons diving aficionados. Water sports and recreational enthusiasts are spoilt for choice with the endless opportunities available. Its duty free status has also made it a top shopping destination.
Johor Bahru

Johor Bahru
Johor Bahru is the capital city of Johor state. The Arabic word ‘jauhar’ meaning jewel from which ‘Johor’ is derived, fittingly lends its prominence to this prosperous and charming state. Johor Bahru itself is well established as a fast developing elite city, a status contributed by its close proximity to neighbouring Singapore. This, in addition to the rich historical and cultural heritage makes it an attractive destination.
The city is filled with buildings from different eras. Harmonious integration of the different races is evident in the places of worship that are almost next to one other. The famous Abu Bakar Mosque is probably is the only mosque here that displays colonial features. Similar is the Royal Abu Bakar Museum built in 1866 and located within the grounds of the Grand Palace or Istana Besar. The museum has an amazing collection of artefacts, relics and crystal works. The Sultan Ibrahim Building is another noteworthy structure. While it houses the state’s government offices today, this 1904 building holds a sombre past as the Japanese base during World War 2, when launching attacks on Singapore.

Source: Malaysia Tourism Official Website
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Putari Pan Pacific Johor Bahru
Putari Pan Pacific
No of Rooms: 500
Johor Bahru
J W Marriott Kuala Lumpur
J W Marriott
No of Rooms: 514
Kuala Lumpur
Pan Pacific Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Pan Pacific Hotel
No of Rooms: 350
Kuala Lumpur
Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur
Ritz Carlton
No of Rooms: 248
Kuala Lumpur
New World Renaissance Kuala Lumpur
New World Renaissance
No of Rooms: 500
Kuala Lumpur
Crown Princess Kuala Lumpur
Crown Princess
No of Rooms: 576
Kuala Lumpur
Shangri La Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Shangri La Hotel
No of Rooms: 607
Kuala Lumpur
Grand Plaza Parkroyal Kuala Lumpur
Grand Plaza Parkroyal
No of Rooms: 336
Kuala Lumpur
Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Concorde Hotel
No of Rooms: 610
Kuala Lumpur
The Legend Hotel Kuala Lumpur
The Legend Hotel
No of Rooms: 610
Kuala Lumpur
Allson Genesis Kuala Lumpur
Allson Genesis
No of Rooms: 133
Kuala Lumpur
Hotel Grand Continental Kuala Lumpur
Hotel Grand Continental
No of Rooms: 328
Kuala Lumpur
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