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Experience Turkey's best attractions: Explore its historic and natural sites, its rich culture and history, and its delicious Turkish Cuisine. Turkey has many wonderful destinations to offer. Enjoy the diverse landscapes in Cappadocia, stunning Mediterranean beaches in Antalya and historical monuments at epic proportions Istanbul. Tour packages to Turkey offers those who tour the country, an experience of a lifetime. Turkey is not a small country; it size doubles the size of Peninsular Malaysia. Tourists who come to visit Turkey may take weeks or even months to fully appreciate the land that connects the east to the west. Even if you're spending a few days here, you'll be captivated by its colourful cultural traditions as well as its mouth-watering cuisines.

Much like Malaysia, Turkey is jammed pack with some of the most historic buildings in the world. Due to its geographical crossroads between the east and the west, Turkey's heritage is rich, and its historical monument, equally stunning. A series of rulers and empires - including the Romans, Byzantines and Ottomans have left their legacy which can be visited until today. From the ancient port city of Ephesus (Efes) to the former Greek Orthodox Christian patriarchal cathedral dome of Hagia Sophia, touring historical sites is a must for any Turkish itinerary. It is also worth mentioning few other popular attractions in Turkey such as The Blue Mosque, Pamukkale, Topkapi Palace Museum, Grand Bazaar and many more could make anyone who visits Turkey swoon over the beauty of Turkey.

Exceptional landmarks, stunning natural scenery, historic legacies, rich culture and great Turkish hospitality awaits you. To say the Turkish landscape is beautiful is an understatement. The land is almost lyrical in its diverse Mediterranean coastline wrapped by warm, turquoise-blue waters, alluring millions of tourists to bathe under the year-long sunny sky, to the magical fairy chimneys in Cappadocia which took millions of years to form. The best times to tour Turkey would be during the months of April, May, September and October which are pleasantly warm and not too hot. Perfect to tour Turkey's historical buildings. These months are also perfect to stroll the Lycian Way as well as other coastal areas. Temperatures begin to cool down from late October onwards. Viewing Tukey under a snowy coat is also perfect as its less busy during this time. Lesser tourist at iconic locations.

Turkey can also provide a mouth-watering array of choices of food. Get fist deep into olive oil–lathered Aegean vegetables, fried mussels or a kokoreç sandwich in Beyoglü's historic Fish Market and dishes from Turkey's many other corners while you contemplate some baklava (flaky pastry layers are complemented by finely chopped nuts and held together by syrupy goodness) for desserts. Do not leave Turkey without trying one of the most popular and delicious thinly sliced lamb served with a warm tomato sauce over a traditional piece of bread, topped off with generous amounts of yoghurt and butter.

The Turkish, Kurmanji, Arabic and Zazaki are common ethnic languages spoken in Turkey. There are a few other ethnic languages which include Turkish dialects, Balkan, Laz, Armenian and Circassian languages. With more than 70 per cent users, Turkish is the most commonly spoken ethnic language. English is not widely spoken in Turkey except in the tourist centres such as Sultanahmet, Cappadocia, or resort towns on the Mediterranean and Aegean coasts. In Turkey, people greet each other by shaking hands or by kissing on both cheeks.

Turkey has fascinating traditions and rituals that you may not find anywhere in the world. One of the interesting traditions is to offer someone a Turkish Tea. Wherever you go in Turkey, it's a tradition to offer someone a cup of Turkish tea as a sign of welcome, whether you're at someone's home or even at a restaurant. Turkish tea is not just a strong dark red brew served in a tulip-shaped glass; it is a symbol of tradition that revolves around hospitality. Other than that, Turkish people are well known for their impatience when it comes to traffic. However, car honking is also a tradition associated with special events such as a wedding. Hence, if you hear car honking, you can be sure that there is a wedding is taking place at the moment.

Breath-taking, scrumptious and utterly delightful, Turkey is a destination that never ceases to amaze. Enjoy tour package of Turkey and taking in all its natural beauty would be any wanderlust's dream. 

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When is the best time to go?

Istanbul is a city operating all year round so any-time is good to visit. If you like sunshine, come between April to October as winter in Istanbul can be cold and rainy with the occasional snowfall.

Which currency should I bring?

The official currency of Turkey (and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus) is the lira. There’s no plural form of the word. You’ll see this listed as TRY or TL on currency exchange boards.

Other currencies - especially U.S. dollars and euros - are accepted by many traders in Turkey - but the rates won’t be great. You’ll often find goods priced in euros in some tourist areas to entice travellers from the eurozone to part with their cash.

What is the common language spoken in Turkey?

Turkish is the official language of Turkey and English is widely spoken in Istanbul; visitors are often surprised by the relatively high level of English spoken by most Turks. An attempt to use Turkish is very much appreciated and considered good manners, though.

Is there a time difference?

Turkey is GMT+2, that is to say, two hours ahead of the UK and one hour of Central Europe.

Do I need a visa to visit Turkey?

Malaysian citizens do not require a visa for their trip to Turkey for up to 90 days. For more information about visa, please check the link below;

Can I use my normal electrical plugs in Turkey?

In Turkey the power plugs and sockets are of type F. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. To make life simple, we suggest looking at purchasing a multi-purpose international adapter.

Is it safe to travel in Turkey?

Turkey is one of the safest countries in the world in which to travel & its crime rate is low in comparison to many Western European countries. Interpol ranked Turkey as the safest holiday destination in Europe for travellers. Naturally, we recommend that travellers to Turkey exercise the same precautions they would elsewhere & be aware of security concerns that affect all international travellers.

Is it safe to drink tap water in Turkey?

Turkey practises safe sanitation standards & tap water is suitable for bathing & regular tasks such as brushing teeth. However, as it is heavily chlorinated (especially in summer) it is advisable to drink bottled water. Locals also drink bottled water delivered in 20 - 25-litre containers to their homes -workplaces. We recommend that visitors follow local custom & drink bottled water.

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