Enchanting Malaysia is one of the countries that managed to combine two cultures: island and continental. The skyscrapers that dot the main city – Kuala Lumpur – organically exist together with sandy beaches, and traditional bazaars in the company of modern counterparts are equally popular with tourists. Despite the imprint of civilization, Malaysia continues to preserve the virgin and enchanting nature, beautiful beaches and high-quality service in a variety of establishments. No matter how hard they tried, the millionaires could not spoil this ancient civilization with investment and innovation. A tourist who “ate a dog” after having been on more than one trip will be able to satisfy his tastes here – high-class hotels, interesting diving, exotic cuisine, and original southeastern bazaars – everything your heart desires is here. However, with the onset of darkness, everything changes and calms down: clubs and discos at this time of the day work only in the capital.One of the places of pilgrimage for tourists is the Bako Nature Reserve, which can be found in the west of Sarawak. It became famous for its caves, rocky headlands and sandstone cliffs. Here, nature showed itself as an artist and created a landscape from rocky arches and heaps of boulders, using strong wind and sea waves as tools. While walking through this virgin corner of nature, a tourist can meet a proboscis monkey or a silver langur, fantastic birds and giant lizards. In addition, the park is rich in golden beaches and hiking trails. For the convenience of tourists, all conditions have been created here – a tourist base and a restaurant have been created. Another equally popular place is the palace of Sultan Abdul-Samad. According to the residents of Malaysia, it ranks first in terms of attendance and recognition among tourists. It is located on Independence Square and fully corresponds to its royal status. The palace itself is a combination of two, at first glance, incompatible styles of architectural art – Moorish and Victorian. However, this mix of two cultures – Europe and the East – gives the building an original look that attracts the eyes of all guests of the country. < /a> Despite the status of the building and the fact that it was under the influence of the Malaysian authorities, immediately after the completion of all construction work, it was given to the needs of the British colonial administration. Only after the country declared independence, architectural monuments passed into the hands of the national authorities. Do not spare money, time – and plunge headlong into the culture of the East!