Malaysia is famous for its distinctive culture. Among the most important cultural customs known for it are the following:
- Milo drink: Malaysia is famous for the milu drink, which is a mixture of chocolate and barley, which is an integral part of the culture of the Malaysian people. It is eaten by all; children, adults, expatriates, locals, and even monkeys, and it is prepared in various forms, as it is served cold or iced, Gelatinous, or as a cocktail.
- Speak in English: Most Malaysians speak fluent English, due to the British colonization of Malaysia that lasted for more than a hundred years, and Malaysia is part of the Commonwealth of Nations since 1957.
- superiority: Malaysia is blessed with a culture of excellence, which relates to the longest, largest, and highest phrases, where there are the tallest twin towers, the longest bridge in the world, the third largest temple of the Sleeping Buddha in the world, the highest mountain in Southeast Asia, and the seventh tallest communication tower in the world.
- Malaysian cuisine: Malaysian cuisine reflects the cultural diversity of the country, serving dishes from a diverse mix of Chinese and Malaysian cuisine, as well as Indian and Malaysian cuisine.
Malaysian temples and mosques
Malaysia is famous for its many temples and mosques, including the following:Read:Information about the Kuala Lumpur Tower
- Thean Hou Temple: It is a multi-layered Chinese temple, with excellent views of the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur.
- Masjid Negara: It is the National Mosque, which was built in a modern style, and it is reported that the Prime Ministers of Malaysia were buried there.
- Masjid Ubudiah: The mosque is distinguished by its golden dome, which was designed by architect Hobak.
- Masjid Selat Melaka: This mosque is distinguished by its appearance as floating on the water.
- Kek Lok Si Temple: It is a Buddhist temple containing a bronze statue of 36.5 meters long.
Tourist places in Malaysia
Malaysia is famous for its distinguished tourist places, including the following:
- Cameron Highlands: The hill station is the most exclusive in Malaysia; it is known for its extreme temperatures of less than 10 ° C, or rising above 21 ° C.
- Penang, Langkawi: It is a picturesque tropical region penetrated by bright sunlight, as it is located on the coast of the Andaman Sea.
- Kuching: Kuching is known for the Santubong Mountain, Kuching Cat Museum and Baku National Park.
- Malaysian peninsula: It is one of the most famous places in Malaysia, where the famous Titiwangsa Mountains are divided into east and west coasts.
- Kuantan: This city is famous for many tourist attractions that are worth a visit, including the following:
- Teluk Cempedak Beach.
- Chini Lake.
- Dar Al Mamour Stadium.
- Berkelah Falls.
- Batu Hitam Beach.
- Sultan Ahmed Shah Mosque.