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For a unique experience, visit the rain forest in Malaysia. It is the oldest in the world. There you will find the largest flowers on the planet, tremendous trees, and amazing mammals and insects.
In Borneo and the Peninsular Malaysia’s tropical waters you will find some of the best scuba diving anywhere. You will swim amongst whale sharks, beautiful coral gardens, and explore WWII shipwrecks.
The outdoor markets in Malaysia offer bargains of all kinds. The dollar is an extremely good value at this time, so go ahead and stock up on the endless variety of bargains to be had.
There are entire communities that live under one rood along the Sabah and Sarawak rivers. These unique residences are called longhouses. The community lives off the land and welcomes anyone to stay without charge, however treats for the children is recommended.
Malaysia has been blessed with the largest cave chamber on the planet. Sarawak’s Gunung Mulu National Park is home to the longest cave passage. Be sure to include a guided tour in your plans.
Numerous cultural influences explain the creative, complex and original cuisine that is lovingly prepared in the restaurants of Malaysia. Whether dining at a five-star restaurant or grabbing a bite from a local vendor in the market, expect
delicious sauces prepared with local spices and fruits. As you might expect from a country surrounded by water, the seafood dishes are plenty.