Malaysia is divided into two parts- peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo by the South China sea. The peninsular one has tea plantations, colonial architecture and cities while the Malaysian Borneo has remote tribes, jungles and granite peaks. Both are in contrast with each other ie both modern and natural.
Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia and the tourist hub of the country. The must-visit places in Kuala Lumpur are Merdeka Square, Istana Budaya, Batu Caves, Thean Hou Temple and much more like parks and museums.
The multi-culturist groups in Malaysia include Malays, Indians and Chinese. It is also a paradise to many of the cultural festivals. Like their culture, the cuisines they offer are also of varied flavours. Chilli pepper, soy sauce, coconut and lemons grass can be seen in any of the dishes prepared. The people here will welcome you with a warm heart and are very friendly.