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Global Tourism- Malaysia

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Kuala Lumpur
Kota Kinabalu
Tourist Attractions

Mount Kinabalu
Mount Kinabalu is the 20th
most prominent mountain in
the world. It is situated in the Kinabalu National Park,Borneo,Sabah. It is 13,435 ft in height. You begin your tour at the Timpohon Gate. From there you begin your eight kilometre climb. It takes two days to ascend and descend the mountain. It is achievable and incredibly rewarding.


Langkawi
Tourist Attractions
Sky Bridge
The Sky Bridge is 410ft long and 1.8m wide. It is situated above Mount Mat Cinchang. It is located 2,300ft above sea level. You can easily acess the bridge from the Langkawi Cable Car. The fantastic views include those of Telaga Tujuh waterfalls and rainforest. It is a very safe bridge with double steel railings enclosed with wire mesh.

Malaysia

Welcome to our project on Malaysia. Here we will be discussing areas of interest for tourists.
These areas include
Kuala Lumpur
Kota Kinabalu
Penang (Palau Pinang)
Langkawi

We will help you to find your dream holiday within one of these destinations. We will help you and give you advice in areas such as
Booking your flights
Booking your accommodation
Finding tourist attractions
Night life
Things you need to know before you travel





Tourist Attractions

The Petronas Towers
The identical twin towers are both 451.9 meters high and contain 88 stories.
You begin your tour by scaling 170m up in an elevator to reach The Sky Bridge.
The World’s highest 2 story bridge.
You can scale the building higher for fantastic views of all of Kuala Lumpur.
When ready you can shop for beautiful souvenirs in the Gift Shop.

Need to know

When travelling to Malaysia, there are a few vaccinations that tourists are required to have.

There are the obvious vaccinations that most countries require:
MMR vaccine
Diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine
Varicella (chickenpox) vaccine
Polio vaccine

Health
As well as the above vaccinations, which are routine vaccinations that everyone should have, there are a few vaccinations that most tourists need to have before visiting Malaysia:

• Hepatitis A – You are recommended to have this vaccine because you can get hepatitis A through contaminated food or water in Malaysia, regardless of where you are eating or staying.

• Typhoid - You can get typhoid through contaminated food or water in Malaysia. It is recommended that tourists receive this vaccine, especially if you are staying with friends or relatives, visiting smaller cities or rural areas, or if you are an adventurous eater.
Currency
The Malaysian currency is the Malaysian ringgit.
What weather to expect
Weather in Kuala Lumpur is hot and humid. There are essentially two seasons. There is a dry season (May to September) and a wet season (mid-November to March). But rain can fall at almost any time of
the year. Kuala Lumpur receives rain on about 200 days of the year.
Temperatures in Kuala Lumpur are fairly steady throughout the year, averaging between 22°C and 32°C.
Kuala Lumpur enjoys a tropical rainforest climate.
The Monsoon seasons are March – April and October – November.
November is considered to be the wettest month, with an average of 700mm of precipitation.
June is considered to be the driest month, with an average of just 140mm of rainfall.
Nightlife in Malaysia
• Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is a very popular location for nightlife. There are lots of venues for tourists and locals to visit.
The Heli Lounge Bar is a helicopter pad turned nightlife hotspot. Everything in this bar is aeronautically-orientated, with a booth made from the converted side panel of a Boeing 737 and a Boeing-747 turbine turned into a DJ console. The helipad is still in use during the day but is used as a bar at night.
Nightlife in Malaysia
• Kota Kinabalu
Even though Kota Kinabalu is not that big compared to Kuala Lumpur, it still has many nightlife hotspots. The Atmosphere Restaurant & Lounge is located on the 18th floor of the Sabah Foundation Building. This is Borneo’s highest restaurant and bar and it is Borneo’s only revolving restaurant, making one revolution every hour. This restaurant gives tourists and locals a great view of Kota Kinabalu.
Hotels
Prices per person per night:

Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Kota Kinabalu:

• 5* hotels: €47-€351

• 4* hotels: €20-€257

• 3* hotels: €8-€91

• 2* hotels: €6-€28

• 1*hotels: €9-€60
One World Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 5*
Types of rooms:

Superior
(Full buffet breakfast, Fruit basket on arrival, Tea and coffee in the room,

In-house movies, Use of fitness centre, Use of sauna/steam room, Shuttle bus, Parking,

Newspaper, Internet in the room, City view, Includes Breakfast )

• €100 per night per 2 people
Deluxe
(Full buffet breakfast, Fruit basket on arrival, Tea and coffee in the room,

In-house movies, Use of fitness centre, Use of sauna/steam room, Shuttle bus, Parking,

Newspaper, Internet in the room, City view, Includes Breakfast )

€107 per night per 2 people
Exective Deluxe:
(Full buffet breakfast, Fruit basket on arrival, Tea and coffee

in the room, In-house movies, Use of fitness centre, Use of sauna/steam room, Shuttle bus,

Parking, Newspaper, Internet in the room, City view, Includes Breakfast )

€113 per night per 2 people
Junior Suite:
(Full buffet breakfast, Fruit basket on arrival, Tea and coffee in the

room, In-house movies, Use of fitness centre, Use of sauna/steam room, Shuttle bus, Parking,

Newspaper, Internet in the room, City view, Includes Breakfast )

€148 per night per 2 people

Superior room:
Two Single Beds
The TV offers pay movies. A minibar, a coffee/tea maker,
and a refrigerator are supplied. Air conditioning and a direct-dial phone are included.

from : € 29.42



3* hotel: Continental
Deluxe twin room:
Two Single Beds
The TV offers pay movies. A minibar, a coffee/tea maker, and a refrigerator are supplied. Air conditioning and a direct-dial phone are included.



from: € 37.36

Super deluxe:
Two Queen Beds
The TV offers pay movies. A minibar, a coffee/tea maker, and a refrigerator are supplied. Air conditioning and a direct-dial phone are included.



from :€ 42.91


Aldy Thoo Hotel Chinatown

Standard twin room
Simple rooms equipped with a desk, a TV and a safe.

Facilities:
Shower, Safety Deposit Box, TV, Air Conditioning, Desk, Toilet, Bathroom, Slippers, Tiled / Marble floor, Wardrobe/Closet

Cancellation Policy:
If cancelled or modified up to 2 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged. If cancelled or modified later or in case of no-show, 100 percent of the first night will be charged.

from : € 18.33
Superior twin room
Spacious rooms equipped with a desk, a TV and a safe. They also have coffee machines.

Facilities:
Shower, Safety Deposit Box, TV, Air Conditioning, Desk, Toilet, Bathroom, Slippers, Tiled / Marble floor, Wardrobe/Closet

Cancellation Policy:
If cancelled or modified up to 2 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged. If cancelled or modified later or in case of no-show, 100 percent of the first night will be charged.


from : € 20.42

Flights
http://www.malaysiaairlines.com/
Do I need a visa?
Many visitors to Malaysia do not need a Visa to enter the country, but it is always good to check before you go. Malaysia does not offer Visas on Arrival for those that require them.
There are a list of countries that if you are from there you are exempt from needing a Visa to visit and have a 90 day permit to stay in Malaysia. These countries include:
Great Britain.
Ireland
Australia
USA
Canada
France
Germany
Japan
New Zealand
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Norway
UAE

There is also a list of countries that receive a 30 day permit to stay in Malaysia. These countries are:
Singapore
Thailand
Malta
Portugal
Cyprus
Greece
Slovenia
Phillipines
Russia
Switzerland
Netherlands

If you are from Serbia or Israel, you are not permitted to enter Malaysia.
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