Whilst classed as one, Malaysia is often thought of as having two separate countries brought together as one. The Peninsular area of Malaysia houses a mixture of Indian, Chinese and Malay cultures, whilst Borneo is a place that cries out for exploration; with wild jungles, towering peaks and of course some of the remotes tribes in the world.
One thing that many remember fondly after their time in Malaysia is the food. After all, bringing together the cuisines of China, India and Malaysia can only amount to something delicious.
There are not many other countries in the world where you can find the modern so close to the ancient. In fact in some areas you will see towering skyscrapers next to wooden huts.
If you are travelling with your family then one must to visit is the Asian Legoland, which has its home in Johor. This exciting day is ideal for letting off steam and allowing your children a chance to create their own memories too.
Malaysia is a melting pot, not only of diverse cultures but also of differing landscapes that come together to create something truly remarkable.