With its romantic and unlikely history, it's rich and varied architectural
heritage, this is the Hidden Paradise of Borneo!
Malaysia's history starts here. The many remnants of the past will
take you on a nostalgic journey that goes back to 500 years of colorful
and glorious past.
Terengganu is one of the Malaysian states, which is endowed with
a wealth of charming and refreshing natural landscapes.
Known as the "Rice Bowl of Malaysia", the Kedah-Perlis rice plains
produce more than half of the country's home grown rice supply.
It is a land of unique natural beauty, surrounded by much greenery.
Situated at the southern end of Peninsula Malaysia, Johor is the
third largest state in the country.
Most visitors head straight for Mount Kinabalu, which is one of
the highest mountains in Southeast Asia.
Perak, the Land of Grace, has long been renowned for its tin deposits.
In fact, its name "Perak", which means silver in Malay...
Although it is the smallest state in Malaysia, it boasts of a wealth
of natural, cultural, and historical splendors that rival the bigger
Exotic flora and fauna are an intrinsic part of the wild life and
there is unspoiled beauty throughout the state.
Negeri Sembilan (NS) lies in the central region of Peninsular Malaysia,
just south of the state of Selangor.
Dubbed the "Industrial Hub of the Nation", Selangor is the country's
premier state with its huge resources, well-developed communications
network, industrial estates, and skilled manpower...
This northeastern state, which means the "Land of Lightning", is
a wonderful treasure filled with delights.