Wednesday, 2 October 2013

When to visit Malaysia?

The country of Malaysia is made up of a mixture of many ethnic groups and religions, where Malay, Indian, Chinese and many other ethnic minorities live peacefully. This cultural diversity has helped Malaysia become a paradise of cuisines, cultures and festivals, putting it among the most attractive tourist destinations in Southeast Asia.

 June 22nd to June 30th - The Malaysia International Tourism Night Floral Parade at Putrajaya Lake.

Shoppers paradise follows the floral parade. The whole month of July is with exciting offer from 10% to 80% discounts on clothes, shoes, bags and electronic gadgets. This month features 8-Week long Malaysia Mega Sale Carnival.

Malaysian National Day on August 31 and Malaysian Day on September 16th are occasions for all Malaysians to show their patriotism. The focus of these days is the Malaysian Lantern Festival, during which the streets are decorated with colourful lanterns.

October, November and December is a month for foodies. October is the begining of 3 month long Malaysia food festival. Visitors can enjoy the wonderful cuisines of Malaysia’s 13 states. The streets are bright with lights, while shopping malls and hotels are decorated with lights aiming to win attractive prizes.

November is the month where international teams compete against each other in an international boat race. Teams compete against each other in rain to cross south China sea to win monsoon cup.

The remarkable traditional Malaysian dance are performed at the Cuti Malaysia Dance Festival in December. Travelers still can join the Mega Year End Sale this month and you can chase discounted big brands and enjoy street delicacies and Malaysian cuisines or experience the tropical Christmas atmosphere in shopping centres and hotels filled with lights, all combining to make Malaysia an exciting place to welcome the New Year.

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