My country, Malaysia
Concubine Lane in Ipoh is popular with tourists.
PENINSULAR Malaysia and East Malaysia, separated by the South China Sea, offer different experiences to travellers. The former is home to growing cities, beautiful sunny beaches and islands while the latter is a rugged land of traditional villages, relatively accessible national parks and pristine islands.
Malaysia has it all; from stunning beaches to exotic wildlife, world-class resorts and rainforests. It’s rich with culture, heritage, history, shopping and food. This country is indeed a melting pot of diversity and colours.
It is home to a multiracial population, diverse religions and cultures. This stability and peace is unique to us.
This country also offers delicious culinary experiences. Street stalls serve delicious food. Due to the multi-ethnic population, everyone can get to taste the many varieties and flavours of the various cuisines.
One of the most popular food capitals of Malaysia is Penang. I am very proud to be a Malaysian!
The beauty of Gusungan island in Sabah is unrivalled.
Fireworks display with the KLCC Twin Towers in the background.