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Honeymoon in Malaysia

Malaysia is one of the most pleasant honeymoon destinations in South Asia. It is buoyant and wealthy, and has moved towards a pluralist culture based on a vibrant and interesting fusion of Malay, Chinese, Indian and indigenous cultures and customs. Most visitors to Malaysia stick to the insane headlong rush of Kuala Lumpur, the colonially soothing Cameron Highlands Hill Station or the hedonistic torpor of Langkawi. However, the island of East Malaysia offers spectacular wildlife, longhouses, and the awe-inspiring Mt Kinabalu.
Malaysia's love of Western-style industrialization is abundantly clear in its big cities. Aside from the gleaming glass of the 21st Century, though, a tour to Malaysia will take you to some of the most superb beaches, mountains, and national parks in Asia.
You can visit Sarawak, the largest state in Malaysia spanning 124,000 sq. km. A land of many rivers, rolling terrain, and majestic mountains, Sarawak has also been described as a "Land of Superlatives". It has the country's longest river, the world's largest flower, the world's largest cave passage and natural chamber, and evidence of the earliest known existence of man in Southeast Asia.
Sabah is Malaysia's second largest state and northernmost province. Its natural attractions entice travelers in search of a different kind of Southeast Asian experience. Despite the discovery of offshore oilfields, Terengganu with its fine beaches remains a holidaymaker's dream. Terengganu is one of the Malaysian states, which is endowed with a wealth of charming and refreshing natural landscapes.
How to Reach Malaysia:
By Air:
A large number of visitors to Malaysia arrive by air. There are six international airports in Malaysia with the main gateway being the KL International Airport at Sepang in the state of Selangor. The rest of the country including Sabah, Sarawak, and the Federal Territory of Labuan in East Malaysia is well serviced by 14 domestic airports and airstrips for the rural areas.
By Sea:
Both Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah and Sarawak in Borneo are accessible via their seaports. Malaysia's largest modern seaport is Port Klang, located midway on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It has excellent harborage and is a major shipping and cargo terminal. Other seaports are in Penang and Langkawi, in the north of Peninsular Malaysia, Johor to the south and Kuantan to the east.

By Road:
Located 48km north of Alor Setar in the northern state of Kedah, Bukit Kayu Hitam is the main entry point into Malaysia for visitors form Thailand. The Malaysian immigration and customs post is located near restaurants, shops, car parks, and duty-free shopping complex. The North-South Expressway links Bukit Kayu Hitam to Kuala Lumpur, 490km away.
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