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Tourism to Malaysia
The average number of tourists in Malaysia during 1999 and 2020 was approximately 1652670.15; approximately 10.576.915 visitors arrived in Malaysia during 2003, and the total revenue from the tourism sector amounted to $ 6.7 million. Hotels are concentrated in big cities such as Kuala Lumpur and Georgetown. The best resorts in Cameron Highlands, Rope, Penan Hill, and the most important islands in Malaysia are Langkawi Island and Pangkor.
Malaysia is considered one of the most beautiful countries in the region of Central Southeast Asia, and it is one of the main destinations for tourism and vacationing in the world, and is divided into two parts, namely: the peninsula, the East Malaysia and separated by the South China Sea, Malaysia is distinguished by the diversity of culture, in addition to biological diversity Where a visitor can find many interesting and exotic plants and animals.
Tourist sites in Malaysia
Malaysia includes many picturesque places, including:
Each waterfall is composed of seven layers, Kanching Falls, and is located inside the recreational forest reserve in Selangor State, where tourists can practice many activities, such as: swimming, camping, hiking and others.
Strait of Malacca Mosque
Malacca Straits Mosque is distinguished by its unique Malaysian Islamic architecture, and contains a prayer hall, library, and learning area, located on the manmade island of Malacca, and it appears to the viewer that it floats on the water.
The Batu Caves represent a group of limestone caves in Selangor, which are Hindu shrines that particularly attract pilgrims as well as tourists, and the visitor sees a large statue at the entrance to the caves devoted to Lord Morugan Shrine.
Kick Lu Si Temple
Kek Lok Si Temple, built in 1891 AD, is a Chinese Buddhist temple built with a mixture of Burmese, Thai, and Chinese architectural styles, overlooking Air Itam, which attracts tourists from East Asia, and contains the temple Inside it there are many inscriptions and icons associated with Buddhism.