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MALAYSIA, TRULY ASIA

Malaysia covers a total landmass of 330,803 square kilometres (127,720 sq miles) and is divided into two separate regions - West (or Peninsular) Malaysia and East Malaysia (Malaysian Borneo). These two regions are separated by the South China Sea into a pair of similarly sized chunks of land; both feature coastal plains rising towards inland hills and mountains covered by rainforest.

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Malaysia Attracts 25.8 Million Tourists in 2018

A total of 25,832,354 international tourists visited Malaysia in 2018, according to latest government statistics. Per capita expenditure also rose by 2.9% to RM3,257, while the Average Length of Stay (ALOS) climbed by +0.8 points to 6.5 nights. Tourism contributed […]

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SEA LIFE Malaysia Opens Today!

SEA LIFE Malaysia, the first interactive LEGO® themed aquarium in Malaysia will open its doors to the public today (9th May 2019). Located next to LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort, it will feature unique local marine life in an exclusive Malaysian habitat, […]

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Malaysia’s Tourism Industry Prepares for a Busy Summer

Tour operators, hotels and industry stakeholders in Malaysia are hopeful that the coming peak summer season will outstrip previous records in terms of revenue, thanks in part to a number of new flights connecting the capital, Kuala Lumpur, with a […]

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Duty-free Status for Pangkor Island in January 2020

Pangkor Island will get its duty-free status on 1st January 2020 and will be exempted from the Sales and Services Tax (SST), according to the Sultan of Perak, Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah, in the second session of the 14th Perak […]

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National Art Gallery Langkawi Welcomes Art Lovers

The National Art Gallery (NAG) has opened a new branch in Langkawi, Malaysia, in March 2019. In conjunction with NAG’s 60th anniversary last year, the National Art Gallery Langkawi is currently hosting two parallel exhibitions until 31 May 2019, namely […]

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BHR Malaysia to Shine in 2019

Borneo Highlands Resort (BHR), one of the most environmentally friendly resorts in Malaysia, is embarking on an expansion drive to tap into the growing local and Asian tourist markets. Located in a lush green forest with unique flora and fauna, […]

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