Malaysia on the Web

by ThingsAsian, Jun 2, 2003 | Destinations: Malaysia / Kuala Lumpur

Lonely Planet. Lonely Planet is one of the best travel resources on the web. According to the site, "Malaysia is one of the most pleasant, hassle-free countries to visit in southeast Asia." They will tell you why and the best times to visit the country.

Tourism Malaysia. Government-run site working toward encouraging tourism in Malaysia. Find complete travel information here as well as customs and entry details.

Virtual Malaysia. The usual tourist information resources here, but you will also find other key highlights like how to find a fruit farm in the country, climb in a cave, and visit a bird park. There's also an ATM locator on the site.

Malaysia Central. Here, there are thousands of links to Malaysian web sites.

Malaysia Post. Online version of Malaysian newspaper in English.

New Straits Times. Malaysia News Online.

Malaysia Country Analysis. Malaysia is a key player in business because of its natural gas reserves. Here, read about the country's financial background, natural resources, as well its place in current business.

Malaysia's Search Engine. Huge Malaysian search engine with channels such as employment, happenings, classifieds, and a friend finder.

Buddhism in Malaysia. Read about Buddhism's role in Malaysia, current happenings in the country, and conferences and events going on here.

Malaysian Roadmap. Use this interactive map to zoom in on particular regions in the country.

Malaysia Travel Forum. A huge discussion forum offering travel tips by those who have actually been in the country. Forums are moderated and users can receive email updates.

Malaysian News Center. A list of Malaysian news headlines compiled from various sources. There are also news headlines from other countries and a buy/sell forum.

E-guide Malaysia. A regional directory geared toward those living in the country. Works much like the yellow pages with categories that include automotive, food, and garments.

Malaysia Photo Gallery. Over 1,455 images of Malaysia.

Malaysia: Truly Asia by Susan McKee Malaysian-born conservationist and professional botanist Reza Azmi's guide to Asian nature.

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Research by Christina Gosnell. Have a site you want to add to the list? Email us the Site name, URL, and a description.

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