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Lying between the Malay Peninsula and part of the island of Borneo, Malaysia is home to various stunning seashores and is a blend of the modern way of life and the energetic clamor of a developing country. A delightful blend of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European cultures and architecture is the thing that pulls in many vacationers to the nation, the place where there are wonderful islands. The multicultural populace, tasty cooking, tropical weather and an assortment of Festivals is the thing that makes Malaysia exceptional.

Best Time To Travel

APRIL TO OCTOBER | 15° C – 25° C | SUMMER

The best time to visit Malaysia is actually lasting throughout the year. Given the salubrious atmosphere Malaysia witnesses, it particularly makes for a decent summer objective. The cold weather months of Jan-Mar are likewise ideal for its celebrations (Chinese New Year and Thaipusam) and a slight dunk in temperature. Despite the fact that downpour is normal consistently, there are not heavy deluges seen. From September to October, districts of Penang and Langkawi witness more rains than expected.

See & do in Malaysia

Petronas Towers

Petronas Towers

Batu Caves

Batu Caves

Genting Highlands

Genting Highlands

Aquaria KLCC

Aquaria KLCC

Getting around Malaysia

Most metropolitan urban communities in Malaysia like the capital Kuala Lumpur have very much associated streets and broad transport benefits that run inside urban areas like the Go KL City Bus that gives complimentary lifts along 4 routes in KL. The nation additionally has a Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) line that interfaces most tourist zones in the city of Kuala Lumpur in addition to which are Komuters which oblige local people and don’t cover the same number of places of interest yet are nearly less expensive and can drive you to places like the Batu Caves. The city additionally has light rail alternatives that are advantageous and hassle-free.

Cabs are effectively accessible at the air terminal and unmistakably advertised. You’ll need to stand by in a line however the lines move rapidly and a taxi ride to the city or your lodging will cost you around 1250-1750 INR, contingent on the nature of the taxi you pick. For inquiries, you can move towards the staff at the air terminal and disclose to them your objective and the kind of taxi (budget/premier/minivan) and they’ll inform you about the charge which you can pay using money/card.

The Touch ‘n Go Travel Card is accessible for voyagers at practically all stations in Kuala Lumpur. It is a prepaid keen pass that incorporates sponsored travel passages for all transport and rail trips with Rapid KL, NadiPUTRA, Ampang and Sri Petaling (previously known as STAR Line), Kelana Jaya (earlier known as PUTRA Line), KTM Komuter, KL Monorail and Express Rail Link (ERL) lines, and furthermore limitless rides on all RapidKL LRT and buses for the duration of the day with just 118 INR being deducted from this smartcard. The card costs 170 INR and is valid up to 7 days of procurement.

Driving in Malaysia can be a charming experience, particularly on the Peninsular Malaysia highways. It is additionally an incredible approach to explore the city at your own lavish pace and a vehicle rental will cost you around 2670-3670 INR/Day. Few of the famous vehicle rentals incorporate Zest car rentals, Economy car rentals, and RentalCars.com.

Survival Guide

  • The power sockets in Malaysia are of type F & A

  • The voltage here is 240/220 V at 50 Hz and it is the same as that we have in India
  • The appliances used in India will require a power plug adapter for these socket types.
  • You can get your universal adapters in any electrical appliances shop or can order it online
  • It is better to bring an unlocked phone to Malaysia.
  • Maxis Communications, Digi Telecommunications, Celcom Axiata are the major mobile networks in Malaysia.
  • We’d however recommend the Tsim sim card since its coverage is good in Malaysia
  • The basic plan for Tsim starts from 1,989.00 Rs~ 7 days of for voice + data
  • The local currency used in Malaysia is the Malaysian Ringgit.
  • The average cost of one meal/person is 10 RM which is close to 170 Rs.
  • The expenditure in Malaysia for a day per person will be around 200 MR which is about Rs 3450 which includes your meal & other personal expenses.
  • For your trip, we’d advise you to keep 30% as cash and 70% loaded into your Forex card.
  • It is better to have health insurance when traveling to Malaysia.
  • If you are bringing medicines, carry a doctor’s certificate to avoid problems with the Customs.
  • Carry an umbrella and hat when you travel.
  • Carry sunblock and sunscreen if you are outside under the sun for a long time.

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