Malaysia, The Multicultural Hub Of Asia

Malaysia positions itself as the cultural hub of Asia for good reason. as a melting-pot of cultures, not just from its own diverse populace, but from all of Asia. Inclusivity and differences are revered and celebrated . Spanning Islam, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Taoism, Sikhism and Catholicism, among many others, Malaysia has created a unique melding of these amazing cultures.


Engage with the local culture!

A food Paradise ! 

Besides Malay, Chinese and Indian cuisine, there are the fusion gastronomical delights that have put Malaysia on the global culinary map. Top must-try dishes in Malaysia include nasi lemak, which is Malaysia’s national dish, and go-to breakfast for many Malaysians, with a good serving of coconut rice, topped off with a spicy sambal, and garnished with crispy fried anchovies and peanuts, fresh cucumber and topped off with slices of boiled egg. Other top picks include laksa, roti canai and char kway teow.

Experience Malaysian life!

Being home to so many cultures also means a celebration of festivals all year round, and Malaysia has a public holiday for each and every one of the country’s main festivals !