Travel Malaysia and you’ll be rewarded with empty beaches, lush jungles, and genuine hospitality. Here’s my Malaysia travel guide on where to go, eat and stay. Malaysia is a melting pot of cultures. It is a mix of tradition and modernity. The main languages in Malaysia are English, Malay, and Tamil. The religions found here are Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Christianity. Malaysia is home to dense rainforests, beautiful beaches, and manicured tea gardens. If you want to know more, Visit “Malaysia Tour” ( it is also known is “ทัวร์มาเลเซีย” in the Thai language) or also check Online.
Malaysia is a mixture of everything Asia and that’s why it calls itself “Truly Asia”. The best time to go sightseeing in Malaysia in between November to March, as this time sees the least amount of rain. The best time to visit Malaysia for the honeymoon is in September and anytime between March to May.
Zadar is a great place to set sail from. – it has terrific weather and sailing conditions, and it’s the perfect starting point for exploring the Kornati islands – 89 completely unspoiled islands out in the Adriatic sea which is home to a vast range of stunning beaches, cute villages, delightful bays and teeming with wildlife.
You want to know more, Visit “Zadar Sailing tour” or also Visit Online sources You’ll pass lots of other charter yachts heading other directions, but we’re heading off the beaten track to a small farming village on the island of Ist. The prevailing wind is landward from the sea, so it should be a simple reach or broad reach to sail there.