Malaysia

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Best Time To Go

The best time to visit the beaches on the east coast is from March to September since it is typically drier than the rest of Malaysia during this time. For the west coast, visit from November to August as the heaviest showers are from September to October. Snorkelling and diving.

Transportation

The main modes of transport in Peninsular Malaysiainclude buses, trains, cars and to an extent, commercial travel on aeroplanes. … The official airline of Malaysia is Malaysia Airlines, providing international and domestic air service alongside two other carriers. Most of the major cities are connected by air routes.

Weather

The weather in Malaysia is hot and humid year round, interspersed with tropical rain showers. The wet season on the east coast is between November & February, which is when the west coast experiences sunny, dry weather. Conversely, the wettest months on the west coast are April to October, which are the driest months on the east coast.

Information

Malaysia is a Southeast Asian country occupying parts of the Malay Peninsula and the island of Borneo. It’s known for its beaches, rainforests and mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European cultural influences. The capital, Kuala Lumpur, is home to colonial buildings, busy shopping districts such as Bukit Bintang and skyscrapers such as the iconic, 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers.
Capital: Kuala Lumpur
Dialing code: +60
Currency: Malaysian ringgit
Population: 31.62 million (2017)

The Electric

In Malaysia the standard voltage is 240 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. You can use your electric appliances in Malaysia, if the standard voltage in your country is in between 220 – 240 V (as is in the UK, Europe, Australia and most of Asia and Africa). Manufacturers take these small deviations into account.

Language

Official language
Malay And Malaysian

Currency

The Malaysian ringgit is the currency of Malaysia. It is divided into 100 sen. The ringgit is issued by the Bank Negara Malaysia.
Official website: bnm.gov.my
Symbol: RM
Central bank: Bank Negara Malaysia
Subunit: sen
Banknotes: RM100, RM20, RM5, RM50, RM10, RM1
Coins: 20 sen, 50 sen, 5 sen, 10 sen