What makes Malaysia so fascinating is its diversity. In the same country, you can explore thriving, modern cities, explore colonial architecture, relax on some of the most beautiful beaches on the planet and hike through lush green jungles. We at KraftMyTrip provides all destination packages for Malaysia.
Malaysia is a federation of 13 states and three federal territories in Southeast Asia. It consists of two regions separated by the South China Sea and is bordered by Brunei, Indonesia, and Thailand. Malaysia has a strategic location along the Strait of Malacca and the southern South China Sea.
Some of the most unique things to do in Malaysia can be found in Kuala Lumpur - the capital city. The city has the tallest twin towers in the world, the best nightclubs and restaurants, a vibrant culture and ancient forts and temples for you to explore.
Malaysia has a tropical climate. Malaysia's mean annual temperature is 25.4°C. There is relatively little seasonal variability in average monthly temperature, ranging one degree Celsius between a minimum of 24.9°C in January and maximum of 25.9°C in May. April, May and June are the hottest months of the year.
Malaysia has two monsoon seasons. The east coast monsoon runs from March until September, and the west coast monsoon runs from October to April. This means that there is always good weather on at least one side of the peninsula, so you can plan your luxury Malaysia holiday around reliable sunshine.
The best time to visit Malaysia is between February and September, though the country is hot and humid year round, interspersed with tropical rain showers. The wet season on the east coast is between November & February, which is when the west coast experiences sunny, dry weather. Conversely, the wettest months on the west coast are April to October, which are the driest months on the east coast.
The main types of transport in Malaysia are: road transport, railways, air transport and water transport. Kuala Lumpur is the main transport hub.
Hindu tradition remains strong in the Indian community of Malaysia. A community of Indians who have adopted Malay cultural practices also exists in Malacca. Though they remain Hindu, the Chitties speak Bahasa Malaysia and dress and act as Malays. Some Eurasians of mixed European and Malay descent live in Malaysia.