Visit Malaysia!

Tourism Ranking World Destinations

In 2015 my neighbor country, Spain got the first place in The World Tourism Ranking taking France off the podium after many years. My home country, Portugal came in the 15th position and Malaysia in the 25th. Let’s find out why! Malaysia is a land of friendly people and a nation blessed with natural wonders. With 4,800km of coastline, Malaysia boasts some of the most beautiful islands and beaches of Asia. Langkaki, Penang, Pangkor, Port Dickson just to mention a few out the many greatest destinations in Malaysia.

The Canapy Walk at the Rainforest

Malaysia offers a diverse culture, different eco-friendly regions with eco-lodges at affordable prices and great transport connections. For families with kids, nature lovers and solo travellers, Malaysia invites you to visit it all year round. Be aware that even though very warm it also runs quite a bit which can actually make the tours of great fun and refreshing!!! The airports in Kuala Lumpur offers many domestic trips as already mentioned such as the big island of Penang and its colonial city of George Town, UNESCO World Heritage Sites and the Archaeological Heritage of the Lenggong Valley. Natural sites are also listed: Gurung Mulu Natural Park and Kinabalu Park. Have a look at the pictures bellow and start planning the journey.

George Town – Penang Island – Malaysia


Regarding Airlines and prices I like to use Skyscanner, which filters all companies by price, timetable, and duration.It’s up to you to pick the one that suits your needs. is also the best for accommodation unless you prefer to deal directly with international chains for Luxury hotels and resorts. Five star hotels can be found at the cost of 70 euros per night in Kuala Lumpur but there are also a few at the price of 225 EUR! In some I do enjoy to read Tripadvisor reviews, ask for advice and leave my contribution of tours and hotels I’ve experienced.

Useful resources to travel in and from Malaysia

Atlantic Emotions shares information and tips for the best tours and brands according to personal and professional experience as mentioned before. Malaysian capital events are also a good reason to stop by.

The Sea Games in Kuala Lumpur is one of the greatest things about the city and a good start point as there daily flights everywhere from its International Airport (KLIA) meaning a great opportunity to visit Hong Kong, the tea plantations of Yunnan, Indonesia, Borneo, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Australia and Japan. Sounds good to me, setting close to the International Airport in Kuala Lumpur, book Asia Airlines low cost and travel can cost you actually a lot of money. After many years of travelling I had the worst experience ever with this company and I did complain but so far my luggage is still lost, I did not receive any feedback apart from an auto responder and a formal email of apologies would be highly appreciated.

The new KLIA 2, situated about 1.5 km away from the main terminal of KLIA, is the world’s largest purpose-built terminal dedicated to low-cost carriers. Malaysia Airlines has a global network that spans six continents.  According to many Malaysia in the best country to live in but Thailand it’s probably the easiest to get settle. What do you say?! Please leave a comment and share your blog if you like.

Malaysia with 4,8000 km of coastline, Malaysia boasts some of the most beautiful islands and beaches in Asia. Surrounded by the Straits of Malacca, the Andaman Sea, the South China Sea, the Sulu Sea and the Celebres Sea, the country has an amazing number of these natural treasures may nestled in tranquil bays and coves. Beneath the aquamarine waters lies a fascinating world of corals and marine life waiting to be discovered.

#Langkawi #Penang #Pangkor #Port Dickson #Johor #Tiomon #Cherating #Terengganu #Sabah #Sarawak

In Malaysia I will not ride elephants or pay to hold a monkey!! Go green, go to Malaysia! “When you travel, remember that a foreigner country is not designed to make you comfortable, it is designed to make its own people comfortable.” Clifton Fadimon

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