South-East Asia has emerged from the ashes as one of the biggest tourist place in the world. Countries like Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand have become the flag-bearers of a redefined Tourism Industry.
A cruise to Malaysia is an exciting event and lifetime nostalgia. Your tour may start from any Asian location and head for Malaysia, known as a truly Asian country. The exquisite landscapes, tall and green rocks, clear blue waters whose depth can be measured with the naked eye and amazing weather are few assets to this place. The cruise-liner docks in KL. Tourists can have a glimpse of this rich city and feel the vibrant mix of all cultures. From PETRONAS, to Times Square, GMR Airport to marvellous shopping centres, KL is blessed with an economic strong foundation.
The stay in KL can be extended for a day to visit Genting Highlands. This place is the only registered place in Malaysia for casinos and gambling. The weather conditions are cold and you’ll find the best cuisines of this country in this place.
The Ocean-liner takes a days time to take the tourists to Langkawi, which is among the top 10 beaches in the world. Langkawi Islands are beautiful. Clear waters, white-sand beaches, 5-star resorts and a duty-free port make it a hot pancake for tourists. Langkawi boasts of the largest trade of liquor in the ports. It also has the Worlds highest Cable car where you can see the horizons meet in reality. Langkawi is known for snorkelling, water scooters, motor-boat races and exquisite sea-food. The famous tiger prawns are a gift from this place.
There are a large number of islands which are flocked by film-makers from all countries to capture serene beauty and picturesque landscapes. Klim National geological Park is one of the biggest natural wildlife habitats that stretch out in the open-sea.
Malaysia is a perfect blend of cultures, traditions, history, engineering marvels, exotic cuisines and modern lifestyle. This is the reason why it is called Truly Asias.
You must be packing your bags by now to board the next cruise to Malaysia.