Malaysia is a peace-loving country that promotes racial and religious diversity. Visitors are advised to respect and experience our colourful culture. General caution is to be practiced at all times for personal and material safety.
Malaysia sits almost on the tropical belt. We enjoy warm weather throughout the year with mild hot and monsoon seasons. As the humidity can be rather high, visitors are advised to be dressed in cool comfortable attire. While visiting cultural or religious places, visitors are advised to adhere to the required dress code. An umbrella is almost always handy to have.
Passports should be valid for at least six months after the date of arrival in Malaysia. If travelling to East Malaysia (the states of Sabah and Sarawak in Malaysian Borneo), passports will be inspected. Please check with the Malaysian Consulate in your country for verification on VISA requirements.
It is 8 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT +8)
Petronas Twin Towers
The tallest twin building in the world.
Menara Kuala Lumpur
The highest and most spectacular deck for a view of the city.
Petaling Street (Chinatown)
For bargain and collectable hunters.
A 100 year old temple within a complex cave system.
Sultan Abdul Samad Building
Heritage building built in 1897 with Indo-Mughal design.
Jalan Alor, Bukit Bintang
Famed street food lane in the heart of the city.
For handicrafts and souvenir bargains.
KL Bird Park
World’s largest covered bird park and home to more than 200 species.
Also known as Independence Square or Dataran Merdeka.
Islamic Art Museum Kuala Lumpur
The largest museum of its kind in South East Asia that exhibits the art of Islam.
Perdana Botanical (Lake) Garden Tropical rainforest in the city center.