The continent of Asia is an ideal hodgepodge of diverse cultures, marvels and attractions. The realm of Malaysia is positioned in the heart. Malaysia is one of the foremost traveler destinations and is admired for its soaring skyscrapers, natural wonders, gorgeous shores and some of the grand diving spots in the world. Malaysia is one of the 10 countries that consists the Southeast Asian province and one of the revolutionary members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations or ASEAN. The country is the only Asian nation with area on both the Asian mainland and the Malay Archipelago.Malaysia is like two countries in one, sliced in half by the South China Ocean.
The multicultural isthmus shows Malay, Chinese and Indian influences, while Borneo multitudes a feral tropical forest of orangutans, sandstone peaks and secluded tribes. All through these two districts is an inspiring diversity of microcosms varying from the space-age high-rises of Kuala Lumpur to the cheerful longhouse townships of Sarawak. Peninsular Malaysia is the elongated finger of terrain expanding south from Asia as if pointing towards Indonesia and Australia. Much of the cape is enclosed by opaque jungle, chiefly its mountainous, delicately populated northern half. On the western plane of the isthmus, there is a lengthy, lush plain consecutively down to the sea, whilst on the eastern side the mountains tumble down more precipitously and the shore is tasseled with sandy beaches.
The other piece of the country, encompassing more than 50% of its vicinity, is Malaysian Borneo – the northern part of the islet of Borneo. Malaysian Borneo is separated into the states of Sarawak and Sabah, with Brunei a small commune between them. Both states are roofed by dense forest, with many huge watercourse systems, predominantly in Sarawak. Mt Kinabalu (4101m) in Sabah is Malaysia’s utmost mountain peak in Malaysia.