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CHEAP FLIGHTS TO Malaysia

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How much do things cost in Malaysia?
Cappuccino $2.66
Local cheese (1kg) $7.18
Apartment (1 bedroom) outside of centre $270.75
1 Pair of men leather shoes $72.54
Cinema, international release, 1 seat $3.70
Coke bottle $0.65
Oranges (1kg) $2.21
Chicken breasts at the market $3.16
Apartment (1 bedroom) in city centre $488.67
Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend) $6.05
* All price are converted to USD

About Malaysia

Malaysia is a country that is rapidly developing. The country has seen a large amount of fund being spent on main industries, such as oil refinement and technology. This has brought in more money for the country through exports, and is quickly making the country more successful. The tourism industry is another area of the country’s economy that is quickly growing, and to encourage tourists to choose to travel to the country, there are many cheap flights to Malaysia that are available from several different airline companies. The tropical climate of Malaysia is particularly favorable, and is one of the main draws for tourists from cooler countries.

When you visit Malaysia, you’ll find all kinds of great things to try. Whether you’re visiting the country as a couple, with your family, or as a group of friends, you’ll find activities to suit all. For backpackers, Malaysia is filled with landmarks and beautiful outdoor areas to explore. You can find cheap accommodations in Malaysia in convenient locations to help you to explore as much of the country as possible for the best price.

There are many festivals that are held throughout the year in Malaysia. Chinese New Year and Ramadan are two main events that are closely observed each year. Diwali is also celebrated with many festivities that tourists enjoy joining in with when they visit. You should note that there are a lot of religious influences in Malaysia, and whilst the locals don’t mind tourists joining in, you should be respectful to the traditions. For example, it is good manners to observe the feast of Ramadan in public even if you are not Muslim.

Staying in Malaysia is a great experience. You can find great hotels in Malaysia in beautiful locations at a price that you can afford. Depending on your budget, you could stay in a hostel, motel, hotel or apartment. If you have chosen to travel to Malaysia by plane and have found cheap flights to Malaysia, it may be prudent to stay in hotels near the airport as this will save money on your travel whilst staying in the country.

Information about travelling to Malaysia

  • Independence of Malaysia
    31 August 1957

    National Holiday : Independence Day 31 August
  • The population of Malaysia
    22 229 040 (48th)
  • Internet users in Malaysia
    15.355 million (26th)
  • Cellphone owners in Malaysia
    41.325 million (30th)
  • Paved roadways of Malaysia
    116 169 km

    (includes 1 821 km of expressways)
  • Energy generated from Malaysia
    Fossil fuels 91%
    Nuclear fuels 0%
    Hydroelectricity 8%
    Other renewable sources 0%