Malaysia is a beautiful tropical country located in South East Asia. It consists of two regions – Peninsular or West Malaysia and East Malaysia (Malaysian Borneo). The two regions are separated by the South China Sea. The country is made up of 13 states and 3 Federal Territories. According to the country's department of statistics, in 2016, the country's population is estimated at 31.7 million person which consists of ethnic Bumiputera, Chinese, Indian and others.
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West Malaysia offers its visitors the sights of busy cities - impressive concrete jungles, colonial heritage, beautiful islands and tea plantations to name a few. Some of the iconic buildings that visitors frequent to are the infamous Petronas Twin Towers and Kuala Lumpur Tower. The two buildings has generated much attention and brings sentimental value to Malaysians. Outside of Kuala Lumpur, one can still find historical and cultural values as states such as Malacca, Ipoh, Penang offers visitors with its historical sights that brings much influence to the way people live, the food they eat, the colonial buildings and more.
Meanwhile, the states that falls under the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia such as Terengganu and Kelantan offers visitors beautiful beaches and islands.
In Terengganu for example the Redang Island offers visitors white sandy beaches whilst the gorgeous and calm Lake Kenyir, forests and waterfall are all just waiting to be explored. Kelantan on the other hand offers visitors who are keen to know more about the Malay culture.
The state itself is known as the cradle of Malay culture which is the perfect platform for one to learn and witness the local way of living, the rustic villages and the remarkable local markets.
Aside from culture and beach holiday destinations, Peninsular Malaysia also offers its visitors natural sights such as the lush green scenic Boh tea plantations & ancient tropical rainforests in Taman Negara - both located in the state of Pahang.
Malaysian Borneo – Sabah and Sarawak on the other hand is renowned for its world known diving sights such as Sipadan Island, Mataking and Pom Pom islands. This region is also known for its majestic mountains such as Mount Kinabalu that has been accorded as UNESCO World heritage status; the wildlife corridor at the Kinabatangan River, the remote tribes such as the Iban, Kadazan and Murut; and lets not miss out on the tropical rainforests of Danum Valley and Tabin Wildlife.
Bike and Tours offers cycling and non-cycling tours in this beautiful country called Malaysia. Our tours are crafted after intensive research, recce tours and collaboration with a selected few key players in the industry to ensure that we offer you the trip of a lifetime and adventure to iconic sights via the off beaten tracks, challenging mountain treks, sandy beaches and ancient rainforests of Malaysia. We work closely with you to ensure that you get to see the real and best of this unique country. We look forward to welcome you here and to experience it for yourself.