Malaysia: Backbone of World Tourism

By: B Symn
From third world country to the best developing country, from UN membership to the 16th Commonwealth Games, from Proton Saga to Petronas Twin Towers, Malaysia has come a long way. An invigorating and complex blend of cultures and an eclectic blend of the old and the new are just some of the things you will find in Malaysia. With the beautiful beaches on the Eastern coast, the turbulent hustle and bustle of its capital Kuala Lumpur on the Western coast, and the cool heights of the hill resorts on the Titiwangsa Mountain Range in between, there's a little something here for everyone. Accommodation is not an excuse here. Hotels in Malaysia serve as an ideal base for the travelers to explore the country having rich heritage, natural resources, lush green forests and sandy white beaches.From the very beginning, it has been a preferred destination in the world for spending holidays and sightseeing.

Be it business or travel, shopping, adventure or nature loving, Malaysia fits fine in every case. Unique combination of tradition and modernity is the best feature of the country. Malaysia has seen significant growth over the past decade or so, in terms of the economy, advancement in infrastructure and mega projects, like roadways and highways throughout the country; and of course development for the people, for example in residential and commercial projects and office buildings, one of which includes the world-famous and world's tallest structure, the Petronas Twin Towers, soaring high in the skies.

Right from its capital city Kuala Lumpur to a small Island like Penang, it shows great promises of entertaining the visitors. As Malaysia is a good representation of Asia, Penang is a good representation of Malaysia, the "melting pot of the melting pot." Pulau Langkawi is a small paradise with many ancient legends, endless white sandy beaches, waterfalls and limestone cliffs. Whatever kind of destination you look forArticle Submission, you get here in Malaysia.

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