Malaysia is a beautiful island country in South-East Asia by the South China Sea. This island country neighbors countries like China, Indonesia and Singapore. The weather in Malaysia is mostly tropical and rainfall is not much common except for the east coast of Malaysia. Hence, all round the year is a good time to visit. Malaysia is a picturesque country enriched with flora and fauna which adds color to this nation and infrastructure wise this country is excellent. Malaysia can be reached via sea and by air for international tourists but the air travel is the most preferred and this country hosts 3 international airports in Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru and Palau Penang. This is not much of a densely populated country and the people in Malaysia are more than friendly. The currency used is The Malaysian Ringgit (RM).
Malaysia has rich rain forests which houses almost 8000 different species of flora and fauna. The hiking is such a hit in these rain forests and it brings us much closer to nature. Malaysia is also famous for its wildlife sanctuaries and has a lot of orangutans which are much friendlier. Malaysia is a shopper’s paradise and one can buy almost all amazing items from this place. Be it the shopping malls or the streets, Malaysia really quenches the thirst of shopping to the shopping fanatics. This country also has much to offer in terms of sightseeing and the world famous PETRONAS towers is a major tourist attraction and one can enjoy both the wildlife visits and the city visits which make this country a beautiful place. The food festivals are amazing and the foods from the street hawkers are equally sumptuous. One can definitely have a great time in this country and relax and rejuvenate at the same time. Malaysia is a very good spot for tourists who would love to explore the love for life.
Singapore is an island nation situated to the South-East of Asia and lies between Malaysia and Indonesia. Singapore is very famous for its tourism and natural vegetation. One could say that this amazing city country is a microcosm of Asia and is the true representative of a Secular Asia where there are four recognized national languages: English, Malay, Chinese and Tamil. This amazing country is known for its plush and lush green cities and there is hardly any pollution. The entire city is spick-and-span and it is a well maintained city with better infrastructural facilities compared to the other neighboring countries. Be it the express highway or the MRT train lines, commuting inside the city is very convenient and traffic free.
Singapore is a well lit city at night and vibrant in the day and is a very attractive city. One doesn’t have to shell a lot of money when it comes to shopping. There are many shopping fests and the roadside shopping the evenings is fun. This city is very famous for its fusion cooking and food is a main component in the city’s palette. The world renowned Singapore Food Festival is a major tourist attraction and adding shopping to it is something one could rejoice for a longtime.
The night life at Singapore is the most happening event and all the bars and lounges are filled with exuberant beauty. Singapore is one place rich in its ethnic brew and thus one can explore and find out more about the city not only from the tourism department but also from the varied mix of races. Singapore is one country which stands as a good example of being Secular and this country is proud to be termed as one of the safest countries in the world where crime rate and poverty is very minimal.
Apart from food and shopping one can visit the theme parks and the zoo which is a huge tourist attraction. The other festivals of Singapore are Chingay Parade, Singapore Grand Prix and World Gourmet Summit. The currency used is Singapore dollar and one can easily get transport facilities from the Changi Airport, which is one of the busiest airports in South East Asia.