Tourism is a bedrock of any modern country and the source of revenue for any modern economy. Malaysia is no exception. In the pre-Covid period, Malaysia saw a total of RM86.14 billion in tourist receipts* from the expenditure of 26,100,784 international tourists who visited Malaysia throughout 2019 making that a per capita spend of RM3,300 for 2019.

Malaysia is at the very heart of South East Asia (ASEAN)

With the mosaic of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Orang Asli (aboriginals), Dayaks, Ibans, Kadazans, Dusun and the myriad of native Borneo communities, Malaysia is also one of the most diverse racial, religious and cultural countries on the planet. Malaysia is truly Asia. It just isn’t a tourism slogan. Malaysia lives, breathes Asia.

From the landscapes of its unique cool highlands and hill stations to its pristine beaches, from its rich flora and fauna to the peak of Mt Kinabalu, to the largest cave systems in the world, Malaysia has much to offer and more. It isn’t just a tourist destination. It is a wholistic way of living in one of the most diverse countries on the earth.

Lasting, warm memories. Smiles and the sincere warmth of ordinary people. Like any other, as a country it has its protracted challenges but it is also an example of tolerance and celebration of its diversity.

Malaysia is unforgettable. To really know Malaysia, is to love Malaysia

A real holiday experience is not a merely a basking on the golden sand beaches or exploring the cool highlands, as an escape from the tropical heat. A real 2 holiday experience is about going beyond the glitz of the urban cities and tourism experiences into the real country and countryside and experiencing Malaysia in the full breadth of its warm welcome, kindness, niceness and hospitality.

National Mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Taman Negara

Taman Negara hosts what geologists regard as amongst the world’s oldest primary forest. 120 million years old. Malaysia is regarded as one of the most bio-diverse countries in the world.

The Mulu Caves

The Mulu Caves, located in Gunung Mulu National Park on the island of Borneo (Malaysia), are home to the world’s largest cave chamber by surface area, as well as one of the largest cave passages on Earth. The Sarawak Chamber, which measures 1.66 million square feet, is nearly 2,000 feet long and over 260 feet high—so large that it could hold 40 Boeing 747 airplanes. Deer Chamber, one of the largest cave passages on Earth, is so big that it could fit five cathedrals the size of Saint Paul’s in London inside its cavernous walls. Thousands of bats live within the Mulu Caves, and exit every day around sunset in search for food, offering tourists a magnificent display of their exodus.

Putrajaya Federal Administrative City

Georgetown, Penang​

The Statdthuys, Melaka


Fraser's Hill Malaysia

Langkawi, Malaysia

Batu Caves, Selangor, Malaysia

Beaches of Malaysia

Sipadan Island, Sabah

Orangutans, Borneo, Malaysia

Redang & Perhentian, Trengganu

Taman Negara, Pahang, Malaysia

Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia

Genting Highlands, Malaysia

Fraser Hill Malaysia

Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia

Putrajaya Federal Administrative City