THE Outdoors "Adventure Guide" for world travellers
"Selamat Datang" Welcome to Malaysia"
Visit the official Tourism Malaysia website
Centuries of culture
The incredible new city of Putrajaya
Tranquil Libaran Island, stopping off point for Selingan Turtle Island.
It is believed that a giant whirlpool awaits unwary ships just off the Langkawi islands -- at the spot where the waters of the Straits of Malacca join the Indian Ocean and the Andaman Sea. Like the chilling stories of the mysterious disappearances of vessels in the Bermuda Triangle, this area, too, has its share of mysteries.
Discover the enchanting world of Malaysia's native people or the Orang Asli who still retain much of their age-old practices.
There is no shortage of excellent restaurants across Malaysia featuring traditional Malaysian, Chinese, and Indian cuisine. One worth special mention is the Kohinoor North Indian Restaurant located at Anjung Samudra on the busy waterfront in Kota Kinabalu.
L. Departing Nature Lodge, to view wildlife on Borneo's Kinabatangan River. R. Children are pleased to see visitors to their home on Libaran Island. Read about an earlier visit to Malaysia: "Malaysia revisited"