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Amazing Tourism Malaysia . Visit Malaysia Means Visit Asia

  Diving in Malaysia Diving in Malaysia
Diving is one of the most popular highlight of tourism Malaysia. Blessed with a number of wonderful well-preserved islands, experienced divers from all over the world are giving great testimonials on their diving experiences in Malaysia. Examples of famous diving destinations in Malaysia are Sipadan Island, Layang Layang Island, Aur Island, Kapalai Island, and Kapas Island. More...
     
  Caving in Malaysia Caving in Malaysia
Limestone caves are commonly found all over Malaysia, with those in Peninsula Malaysia smaller in size compared to those in Sarawak. Gua Mulu in Sarawak is recognized as the world's largest natural cave chamber, large enough to hold 40 jumbo jets! More...
     
  Trekking in Malaysia Trekking in Malaysia
Natural forests cover almost three-quarters of Malaysia's land area. The enrichment of rainforest is sure to bring rewarding experiences to the trekkers. The wilds of the country's extensive national parks and wildlife reserves presents an opportunity to rediscover the allure of nature. More...
   
 
   
  Overview of Malaysia
  Malaysia, comprising of Peninsula, Sarawak and Sabah, is located in the region of South East Asia. The Peninsular Malaysia (Johor, Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, Selangor, Perak, Kedah, Penang, Perlis, Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang) is bordered on the North by Thailand, on the South by Singapore, on the West by the Strait of Malacca, and on the East by South China Sea. More...
   
  History of Malaysia
  History of Malaysia falls back to the colonization of foreign powers in Malaya, independence of Malaya, and the formation of Malaysia. More...
   
  Government of Malaysia
  The Malaysia government comprises of a constitutional monarchy while practicing a democratic system. The supreme head of the federation of Malaysia is the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong, while the Prime Minister is the head of the government. The Yang Di-Pertuan Agong acts on the advice of the Parliament and the ruling cabinet. More...
   
  Leaders of Malaysia
  Prime Minister is the most influencial entity in Malaysia. Since the day of independence, Malaysia has been led by 4 former Prime Ministers, and currently leading by Dato' Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. More...
   
  National Symbols of Malaysia
  The story behind national flag, national anthem, national flower, national animal, and Coat-af-Arms. More...