The best time to visit Malaysia is between the months of December and February if you're planning on visiting the islands on the west side of Malaysia or June through August if you're planning to visit Perhentians and Tioman Island, on the country's Eastern coast.
The main modes of transport in Peninsular Malaysia include buses, trains, cars and to an extent, commercial travel on aeroplanes. Malaysia has six international airports. Aeroplanes and Ferries is the only way to go east side of Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak. Taxis are found in all large cities, and most have meters – although you can’t always rely on the drivers to use them. Most people use the ride-share app Grab.
Malaysia is a multi-cultural society. The main ethnic groups are the native Malays as well as large populations of Chinese, and Indians. When visiting the country it is clear that the ethnicities retain their religions, customs and way of life. The most important festivals of each group are public holidays.
The first thing you should know about Malaysians is they are passionate about food. Malaysia has a mixed variety type of food because of our races. Malaysia food is a combination and mixed with our religion and races. Nasi Lemak, Nasi kerabu, Beef rendang, Bak kut teh, Hainanese, and Roti Canai.
In Malaysia, the language is officially known as Bahasa Malaysia, which translates as the "Malaysian language". Mandarin and English also can be part of the second language in Malaysia.