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Malaysia is a Southeast Asian country comprising two distinct territories: the southern part of the Malaysian peninsula and adjacent islands, and a northern section of the island of Borneo. The Malaysian peninsula borders on the north with Thailand, on the east with the South China Sea, and on the south and west with the Malacca Strait, bordering Indonesia, the East, the South and the West, and Singapore with south. Insular Malaysia borders the South China Sea to the west and north, Brunei to the north, Sulu to the east, and Indonesia to the south, bordering the Philippines to the north and east. The capital of the country is Kuala Lumpur.
Official language
Malaysian and English
Malaysian Ringgit
To enter Malaysia you must have the following documents and conditions:

Valid national passport or internationally recognized valid travel document.
Entry visa.
Valid return travel ticket and sufficient funds during your stay.
Not to be considered a Non-Grate Person.
Arrival / Departure card fulfillment.

Application for the document instead of passport can be made at any representative office of Malaysia overseas.
Holders of travel documents such as a Certificate of Identity, Laisser Passer, Titre de Voyage or Certificate of a Country of Permanent Residence must ensure that their return to the country that issued the document or the country of residence is guaranteed.
Documents must be valid for more than six (6) months from the date of entry into Malaysia.
Taking into account the various conditions required for entry into Malaysia, it is suggested that you contact the Malaysian Embassy or Consulate in the visitor's country of residence to check these requirements before you begin your journey.
In recent years, Malaysia has established itself as a favorite tourist destination in Southeast Asia.
Its offer ranges from wildlife on the island of Borneo, its natural beauty and its unique flora and fauna to the most luxurious resorts of leisure and relaxation. It has a great variety of nightlife in its cities. You may also like to visit the local markets, where you will be surprised by the color and aroma of exotic products that we can find. The typical regional cuisine is rich in flavors and textures giving priority to its tropical fruits that no one should miss.
A visit to the jungle is a major attraction in regions such as Sabah and Sarawak, where you can enjoy its national parks, landscapes, wildlife and pristine beaches. The adventure trip offers insights into the jungle of Borneo from a unique perspective.
Safe and very respectful of the different cultures that make up the country, it is worth visiting and have a wonderful experience.
Eating in Malaysia will be a real gastronomic experience for you. In Malaysia there are numerous restaurants of all varieties of food. Both traditional food, Hindu restaurants, Chinese restaurants, etc ... Their cuisine is very varied.
It is incredible the variety of foods, sweets and fruits that constitute the gastronomy of this country. When visiting Malaysia it is imperative to know the cooking styles and authentic and original flavors of Malaysian, Chinese or Hindu cuisine.
But neither in all locations will you find such a wide choice of different restaurants to eat. In the capital Kuala Lumpur is where you will find a wider variety of restaurants, entertainment venues, pubs and nightclubs.
Among the most significant dishes in the Malaysian cuisine, the following stand out:
Nasi lemak: a breakfast dish. It is an aromatic rice cooked with spicy ingredients accompanied with coconut milk served with a selection of chicken, beef or squid with curry, cucumber, fried snapper, all mixed carefully on a banana leaf.
Nasi Padand: rice served with a selection of dishes, including curry and rendang, this is a spicy meat dish.
Laksa Johor: pasta with rice served with curry sauce, fish and vegetables.
Jawa Mee: Pasta with a thick and spicy sauce accompanied by shrimp dumplings, sliced ​​potatoes and toufu.
Sup Ekor: Oxtail soup seasoned with a wide variety of different ingredients.
Soto Ayam: spicy chicken soup with rice and vegetables.
Sago Melaka: Sago cake for dessert (a type of palm tree). Fresh sweet with brown sugar syrup.
We can briefly say that the climate in Malaysia is a tropical climate
Malaysia does not count in general with extremely high temperatures. The days are warm and the nights are quite cool.
The main rainy season runs from November to February, while in the west of the country, the wettest month is the month of August.
It is difficult to generalize the climate of this country. However we recommend that if you visit Malaysia, you should bring light cotton or linen clothes with you whatever the season and we also advise you to bring your own waterproof clothing.
Visits to the eastern part of Sabah State due to insecurity
There are cases of dengue. The necessary precautions should be taken.
The possession and consumption of drugs is severely punished by law.
The occurrence of cases of people infected with bird flu does not appear to be alarming up to now.
Health care
Sanitary Network: Satisfactory.
There are cases of dengue. The necessary precautions should be taken.
The occurrence of cases of people infected with bird flu does not appear to be alarming up to now.
Telecommunications and Electricity
Mobile Phones

The use of mobile devices can be used if roaming is enabled, however, paying attention to very high roaming charges.

The Country is well served by internet services, there are several cybers-cafes with high-speed connections.
In case you have a laptop or notebook, there are numerous cafes that offer the free wi-fi connection.

The electricity is 230 Volt 50 Hz and with plugs for two-pin plugs.
It is advisable to have an adapter kit for the sockets.
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