Malaysia

Said to be a multi ethnic, multicultural, and multilingual society, Malaysia takes you on a journey that leaves behind only fleeting footprints and a mountain of memories. With its name derived from the Tamil words ‘Malai’ and ‘ur’ meaning ‘mountain’ and ‘city’ respectively, the place now is a bustling and bubbling melting pot of various religions and cultures. It is a southeast Asian country that follows federal constitutional monarchy. Although Kuala Lumpur is the capital city, Putrajaya is the actual seat of the federal government. Having its origins in the Malay Kingdoms of 18th century, the area was earlier subject to the British Empire. Known as the Straits Settlements, the Malay kingdoms achieved independence in 1957 after unification in 1946.  

It is a country where Malays, Chinese, Indian and many other ethnic groups together live in harmony and peace. The place is full of contrasts that range from the two extremes and add to its diversity. If on one hand there are towering skyscrapers, on the other hand there are wooden houses on stilts. Five star hotels sit just meters away from ages old ancient reefs. 


Said to be a multi ethnic, multicultural, and multilingual society, Malaysia takes you on a journey that leaves behind only fleeting footprints and a mountain of memories. With its name derived from the Tamil words ‘Malai’ and ‘ur’ meaning ‘mountain’ and ‘city’ respectively, the place now is a bustling and bubbling melting pot of various religions and cultures. It is a southeast Asian country that follows federal constitutional monarchy. Although Kuala Lumpur is the capital city, Putrajaya is the actual seat of the federal government. Having its origins in the Malay Kingdoms of 18th century, the area was earlier subject to the British Empire. Known as the Straits Settlements, the Malay kingdoms achieved independence in 1957 after unification in 1946.  

It is a country where Malays, Chinese, Indian and many other ethnic groups together live in harmony and peace. The place is full of contrasts that range from the two extremes and add to its diversity. If on one hand there are towering skyscrapers, on the other hand there are wooden houses on stilts. Five star hotels sit just meters away from ages old ancient reefs. 

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