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Malaysia, in every sense of the word is truly 'cosmopolitan’. Strategically located at the junction of the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea, it held an irresistible attraction for adventurers and explorers, traders and raiders, missionaries and evangelists. Seafaring Chinese, Indians, Eurasians, Portuguese, Dutch, British, Japanese- all found their way to Malaysia.

Many settled here and are now more 'native’ than the Malays; some came, made their fortunes and left; others caused so much trouble that they were evicted. But all added in one way or the other to the rich and fascinating multi-hued cultural tapestry that is Malaysia.

Malaysia has a highway network that is about 65,877 km which is more than the Earth's circumference which measures approximately 40,075 km!

Did you know in Malaysia, people greet each other by saying “Sudah makan?” which means, “Have you eaten?” No wonder Malaysia is truly a paradise for food lovers.

Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world is found in the Malaysian rainforest.

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