Malaysia is a country located in Southeast Asia, occupying the Malay peninsula as well as part of the
island of Borneo. It is a developing nation that has seen vast improvements in economy and technology,
while still remaining quite reasonable in its day-to-day costs, unlike some of its neighbors, like Singapore.
The country is made up of a multi-cultural population; including Chinese, Indian, and the majority of
Malaysia is a country that is known for its eclectic mix of beautiful architecture of both modern or colonial
influences, amazing nature from rainforests full of wildlife to sunny-paradise beaches, countrysides
populated by farmers, beautiful national parks, busy shopping districts, and iconic buildings like the
Petronas Twin Towers.


Thanks to the country's proximity to the equator, Malaysia is a place that you can visit all year-round,
especially the capital and the west coast, where it is always hot. Tropical rain is to be expected
throughout the year, but they are often brief and should not dampen your plans by much.
Depending on what time of the year you are visiting, and where you want to visit, you might want to avoid
the places going through the monsoon season. November to February is when the east coast
experiences it's wettest season, but the west coast is dry and sunny. Come April to October, it's the
opposite; the east coast experiences its driest season while the west it's wettest.

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