Malaysia is a very peaceful country in South-East Asia where people of distinct races and religions live together. Malaysia is known in the world for its islands, rainforests, and diverse culture. Muslim tourists should travel to Malaysia as it is a first rank Muslim-friendly destination. There are abundant hotels in Malaysia for accommodation. Tourists will find budget hotels (cheap hotels in Malaysia with boutique-style accommodation), business hotels (hotels with high-tech facilities), family hotels (hotels with family-friendly environment), resorts, and luxury hotels in Malaysia.
Muslim travellers will discover many top hotels in Malaysia near its major attractions. Malaysia is one of those Islamic countries which first took the initiative to promote halal tourism; thus, Muslim tourists will find supreme halal facilities in plenty of hotels in Malaysia. People of Malaysia are calm, convivial, and hospitable. Therefore, Muslim tourists will love Malaysia and Malaysians.
Malaysia is targeting Muslim tourists from around the world besides some of the other Muslim countries for halal tourism; therefore, Muslim travellers can expect following halal-friendly amenities in Malaysian hotels:
Malaysia is one of the world’s favourite destinations for Muslim travellers, because of its Muslim-friendly facilities, halal-friendly hotels, and pleasant environment. Popular places to visit in Malaysia are: Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Melaka, Johor, Pahang, Kuala Terengganu, Sabah, Penang, and Sarawak. Kuala Lumpur (KL), the capital Malaysia is famous for its KLCC Twin Tower, National Mosque, Islamic Arts Museum, and shopping malls. Putrajaya (Malaysia’s Administrative City Centre) is primarily popular for its man-made lake and Botanical Garden. Muslims interested in history will find fascinating historic sites in Melaka.
Legoland is a family-friendly attraction in Johor (a state in Malaysia linked to Singapore) and fashion loving Muslim tourists must drop in Johor Premium Outlet (JPO) for shopping. Tourists will find the world’s oldest rainforest, Taman Negara in Pahang. Muslim tourists will find gorgeous Mosques in Kuala Terengganu. Muslims travellers can explore natural sites (Sipadan Island, Mount Kinabalu, and Mabul Island) in Sabah.
Penang is a food paradise of Malaysia where tourists can enjoy abundant street food and hawker food. Sarawak is famous for Sarawak Cultural Village (Living Museum) and Gunung Mulu National Park.
Malaysian cuisine is delicious and the influence of different races (Indian, Chinese, Indonesian, Malay, and Bornean) actually derived the Malaysian cuisine. Char Kway Teow, Laksa, Chicken Rice, Nasi Biryani, Nasi Lemak, Rendang, Satay, and Roti Canai are very popular Malaysian dishes. Tourists can enjoy Malaysian food in many restaurants and hotels in Malaysia.
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