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7 Days in Malaysia

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Day 1 11Am Traveling from USA to Malaysia Landed in KUALA LUMPUR Airport
Day 1 KUALA LUMPUR 1.Petronas Towers
2.Batu Caves
3.Kota Kinabalu
Hours:
Mon to Fri 8:30AM–6PM
Twin Towers Address: Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Batu Caves Address: Kawasan Perusahaan Ringan Batu Caves, Selangor, 68100 Batu Caves, Malaysia
Day 2 in Langkawi 1.Langkawi Sky Bridge
2.Kilim Geoforest Park
3.Pulau Dayang Bunting
Hours:
Mon to Fri 8:30AM–6PM
Langkawi Sky Bridge Address: 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia
Day 3 in Kedah 1.Underwater World Malaysia
2.Eagle Square
3.Galeria Perdana
4.Pulau Payar Marine Park
Hours:
Mon to Fri 10AM–6PM
Address: Kuah, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia
Day 4 in Wilayah Persekutuan 1.Langkawi Wildlife Park
2.King's Palace Malaysia
Hours:
Mon to Fri 10AM–7PM
Address: Jalan Tuanku Abdul Halim, Bukit Damansara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan
Day 5 in Selangor 1.Sunway Lagoon Tour
2.Klang
Hours:
Mon to Fri 7:30AM–6:00PM
Address: 3, Jalan PJS 11/11, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Day 6 in Chengdu 1.Spot at iCity theme park
2.Taman rakyat klang
3.Penang Island
4.George Town
Hours:
Mon to Fri 9:30AM–6:30PM
Address: Jalan Tun Dr. Ismail, Taman Sri Andalas, 41200 Klang, Selangor
Day 7 departure 1.Kuching Malaysia
2.Semporna
Departure from KL International Airport

Petronas Towers

The Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers, are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

they were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004 and remain the tallest twin towers in the world

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Batu Caves

Batu Caves (Tamil: பத்து மலை) is a limestone hill that has a series of caves and cave temples in Gombak, Selangor, Malaysia. It takes its name from the Sungai Batu (Stone River), which flows past the hill.
It is the tenth (Pattu in Tamil) limestone hill from Ampang. Batu Caves is also the name of a nearby village.

Who built Batu Caves? The history of Batu Caves started in 1891 when Mr. K. Thamboosamy Pillai, who also founded the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple Dhevasthanam, Kuala Lumpur, send his very close associates, Sri Thiruvengadam Pillai
and Sri Kanthapa Thevar to survey for an ideal ad suitable place of worship for Lord Sri Murugan.

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Kota Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu is the capital of Malaysia’s Sabah state in the northern part of the island of Borneo. Often referred to as KK, it’s a coastal city partly surrounded by rainforest. It's known for its bustling markets, modern boardwalk, beaches and waterfront Kota Kinabalu City Mosque.
It is also a gateway to Kinabalu National Park, the home of 4,095m-high Mount Kinabalu.

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Kilim Geoforest Park

Kilim Karst Geoforest Park Langkawi, spanning almost 100 square kilometres, is noteworthy for mangrove swamps, pristine beaches, and vertical karstic hills jutting out towards the Andaman Sea.
Set along the northeast tip of Langkawi Island, the park is accessible within a five-minute drive from Tanjung Rhu Beach.

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Dayang Bunting

Dayang Bunting is the second largest island in Langawi's cluster of 99 islands. ... The literal meaning of its name is 'Island of Pregnant Maiden'.
The lake and the surrounding area is part of the Dayang Bunting Marble Geoforest Park.

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Underwater World Langkawi

Visiting the Aquaria KLCC is an experience which is out of its world. Conveniently located in Kuala Lumpur Convention Center (KLCC) in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
The Aquaria is an Underwater Park which is the home to more than 20,000 aquatic and land animals from all over the World.

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Langkawi Wildlife Park

"Langkawi Wildlife Park" as we are known is managed by Wildlife Planet Sdn Bhd and located at Lot 1485, Jalan Ayer Hangat, Kampung Belanga Pecah.
Walk through our large enclosed bird rooms where the larger species have room to stretch their wings and fly and enjoy our park's concept that provides the following.

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The Royal Museum

The Royal Museum (Malay for Muzium Diraja) along Jalan Istana was the former residence of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (Supreme King) of Malaysia.
It stands on a 13 acre (50,000 m²) site, located on a commanding position on the slope of a hill of Bukit Petaling overlooking the Klang River, along Jalan Syed Putra.

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Malaysian ringgit

The ringgit is the Malaysian currency. Its official international currency code is MYR, but it’s often written as RM (ringgit Malaysia). USD to Malaysian ringgit
3.89 Malaysian Ringgit.


Cost of living

Malaysia is an exciting and affordable place to live. On a reasonable budget, you can cover your living and entertainment costs and have money spare to travel. The tables below can help you budget, but the figures are only a guide. Your actual costs will vary, according to your location and lifestyle..Malaysia is a rapidly developing country that combines excellent infrastructure and high-quality health care options with a very low cost of living. It is covered Living in Malaysia on $1,000 a Month.

Malaysia's affordability, its vibrant culture, its amazing food and its openness to expatriates, among other qualities.
On top of all that, Malaysia has convenient and inexpensive travel links to countries throughout Southeast Asia, to which you may be able to travel with the money you save living in the country.

Where to Live

While there are numerous interesting cities to consider during your search for a new home in Malaysia, several destinations have proven especially popular among expatriates.
Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and a cosmopolitan gem in the heart of the country. George Town and its surroundings on Penang Island rank among the most popular expatriate destinations in the country. The area delivers the convenience of urban living with easy access to unspoiled nature on the island and the peninsular mainland linked by the 8.4-mile Penang Bridge. Off the peninsula in East Malaysia, also known as Malaysian Borneo, the city of Kota Kinabalu


Renting a Home

This kind of accommodation costs between $750 and $1,000 per month for two or three bedrooms. Prices in the center of Kuala Lumpur are a bit higher. A spacious condominium in a modern high-rise is an option worth considering if you plan to share housing expenses with a spouse or friend. However, there are plenty of other good options in most cities for single expatriates living alone. a nice one-bedroom apartment in a neighborhood outside Kuala Lumpur's central districts costs less than $170 per month on average.
Prices rise to almost $600 for similar accommodations in the city center. On Penang Island, a one-bedroom apartment in a desirable location near services, shopping and entertainment is about $310 per month. Prices fall below $170 per month for an equivalent apartment in an outlying neighborhood. In Malacca, a centrally located three-bedroom apartment averages only $260 per month. In Kota Kinabalu, a one-bedroom apartment in the city center is about $190 per month. A three-bedroom apartment in an outlying neighborhood goes for around $265.


Health Care

Malaysian health care is very inexpensive compared to similar care in the U.S. Hospitals in popular expatriate destinations are first-rate. According to International Living, most doctors and specialists in Malaysia received the bulk of their training in the U.S., the United Kingdom or Australia. Penang Island, for example, has seven hospitals staffed with internationally trained and English-speaking doctors, and they are full of modern medical equipment. As is the case in many low-cost destinations, many healthy expatriates in Malaysia choose to self-insure rather than purchase insurance. Seeing a general practitioner costs as little as $15. Tests, medical treatments and procedures are also exceptionally inexpensive. If you prefer the peace of mind that insurance provides, policies are available from domestic and international insurers in Malaysia.


Other living expenses

Living in Malaysia means never running out of great food options. A vast choice of affordable and delicious Chinese, Indian and Malay dishes is never too far away. Prices range from low to high, depending on the venue. Fast-food chains, such as McDonalds, KFC, Burger King and Subway, have outlets in major shopping and business areas, but they’re often not as cheap (or fast) as local food stalls. Purchasing daily necessities and groceries is not a problem as the Bandar Sunway area is full of malls that usually include a major grocery outlet, such as Tesco or Carrefour, and smaller stores are everywhere. You also have many entertainment options in and around Kuala Lumpur and Bandar Sunway, and with good public transport and abundant cheap flights, getting anywhere in or near Malaysia is generally easy and affordable.



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Malay (məˈleɪ) Malay: Bahasa Melayu, بهاس ملايو‎) is an Austronesian language officially spoken in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, and unofficially spoken in East Timor and parts of Thailand. A language of the Malays, it is spoken by 290 million people across the Strait of Malacca, including the coasts of the Malay Peninsula of Malaysia and the eastern coast of Sumatra in Indonesia, and has been established as a native language of part of western coastal Sarawak and West Kalimantan in Borneo. It is also used as a trading language in the southern Philippines, including the southern parts of the Zamboanga Peninsula, the Sulu Archipelago, and the southern predominantly Muslim-inhabited municipalities of Bataraza and Balabac in Palawan.


As the Bahasa Kebangsaan or Bahasa Nasional ("national language") of several states, Standard Malay has various official names. In Malaysia, it is designated as either Bahasa Malaysia ("Malaysian language") or Bahasa Melayu ("Malay language"). In Singapore and Brunei, it is called Bahasa Melayu ("Malay language") and in Indonesia, an autonomous normative variety called Bahasa Indonesia ("Indonesian language") is designated the Bahasa Persatuan/Pemersatu ("unifying language"/lingua franca). However, in areas of central to southern Sumatra where vernacular varieties of Malay are indigenous, Indonesians refer to it as Bahasa Melayu and consider it one of their regional languages.


Standard Malay, also called Court Malay, was the literary standard of the pre-colonial Malacca and Johor Sultanates, and so the language is sometimes called Malacca, Johor, or Riau Malay (or various combinations of those names) to distinguish it from the various other Malayan languages. According to Ethnologue 16, several of the Malayan varieties they currently list as separate languages, including the Orang Asli varieties of Peninsular Malay, are so closely related to standard Malay that they may prove to be dialects. There are also several Malay trades and creole languages which are based on a lingua franca derived from Classical Malay as well as Macassar Malay, which appears to be a mixed language.


Learn some basic Malay & Tamil Phrases


What is the official language of Malaysia?

(i)Malay
(ii)English
(iii)Tamil
Do they speak English in Malaysia?
Kuala Lumpur - Speaking the Language. The official and national language of Malaysia is Bahasa Melayu. English is widely understood and spoken, as it is a compulsory subject taught in schools.

Malaysian Tamil (Tamil: Malēciya tamiḻ moḻi), also known as Malaya Tamil, is a local variant of Tamil Language spoken in Malaysia. It is one of the languages of education in Malaysia, along with English, Malay and Mandarin. There are many differences in vocabulary between Malaysian Tamil and Indian Tamil.

Useful Malay phrases


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Useful Tamil phrases


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