Overview of Malaysia
In 1957 the region was separated from the British colonial government and formally established a new country, the Malayan Federation, in the federal way of constitutional monarchy. In 1963, it was renamed to Malaysia. The country is divided into 13 states and 3 federal districts (Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya (also known as Prince City) and Labuan.
Geography of Malaysia
Malaysia is located at 7 degrees north latitude and 110 degrees east longitude. The country is bordered by Singapore in the south and Thailand in the north, with a total area of 329,750 square kilometers. The flight distance from Malaysia to Taiwan is 3,243 kilometers (about 5 hours), and there is no time difference.
In 2018 Malaysia's total population exceeded 31.9 million. Among them, Malays account for 68.6%, Chinese for 23.4%, Indians for 7%, and other ethnic minorities for about 1%. Most of the Chinese in Malaysia are concentrated in Penang, or in the capitals of Kuala Lumpur, Malacca and Johor Bahru.
Malaysia is a country with a country of agriculture. The production of rice, fisheries, fruits, wood and palm oil is abundant, and there are abundant resources such as oil, tin and copper. In recent years, industries such as manufacturing, finance, real estate, and science and technology have developed rapidly, and the economy has been growing at a rate of 4 to 5% per year.
China's food culture has been fully preserved and passed down in Malaysia. Whether it is snacks or big meals, Cantonese food, Fujian cuisine, it will not be inferior. What is recommended is the local “Nyonya” diet. Of course, if you want to try other Southeast Asian foods, Malaysia must also let you "taste" all kinds of food you want to eat, and you are reluctant to leave.
Traffic in Malaysia
In addition to the second terminal of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, which has already been completed, the Greater Kuala Lumpur transportation system is also actively underway. There is a MRT system with a total length of 51 kilometers and a total of 35 stations. The foreign traffic is Trans-Asian railway.
Medical care in Malaysia
Malaysia is the only country in Asia that promotes health and tourism by the Health Bureau rather than the Tourism Board. Whether it is the hospital's hardware equipment or the doctor's professional skills and professional ethics, Malaysia can compete with the advanced level of Europe and the United States.