Located near to the equator, Malaysia's climate is categorised as equatorial, being hot and humid throughout the year. The average rainfalls is 250 centimeter (98in) a year and the average temperature is 27C (80.6F).
Kuala Lumpur, or commonly known as KL, is the national capital of Malaysia while Putrajaya, the federal government is the administrative and judicial centre of Malaysia.
Malaysia, with a population of over 30 millions, comprises many ethnic groups. The three main ethnic groups live in Malaysia are Malays, Chinese and Indians. All populations live together in harmony and celebrate each other's festivals and cultural together.
Malaysia has well develop transport networks and efficient rail links. The main mode of transport include buses, taxis, monorail, Light Rail Transit (LRT), Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and commuter trains that provide convenient and quick access to various parts of the country.
Malaysia is a multi-cultural society, a lot of cultural and religious festivals are embraced by the community with many national holidays to celebrate nationwide, regardless of race or belief.
Among the biggest and greatest festivals in Malaysia are Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Chinese New Year, Deepavali and etc.
Malaysia is a best place to visit, concentrates on its cultural, historic and natural attractions. It is well known for this beautiful beaches, chilling highlands, idyllic islands, rainforest, buzzing cities and so on.
Malaysia is a food heaven, it offers varieties of different cuisines influenced by Malays, Chinese, Indian, Thais and Indonesians.
Malaysia also is a fruit enthusiasts' paradise, the tropical climate creates the perfect setting for the flourish of sweet, juicy and succulent fruits.