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Location: Asia
Kuala Lumpur (1.145.000 inhab.)
Main Cities:
Ipoh, Penang (Georgetown), Johor Baharu, Melaka
329,733 km2
1 ringgit (Malaysian dollar) = 100 sen
Malayan, Chinese, English
Sunni Moslem, Buddhist, Hindu, Christian
The Independence's Year:
Chain of the Crocker Range (in the Borneo), Gunung Kilabalu (4102 m., in the Borneo)



It is a federation of constitutional monarchies, that includes the southern part of the peninsula of Malacca and the territories of Sarawak and Sabah in the Northern Borneo.
The population, to a large extent Malayan and Chinese, but also Indian, alive in prevalence on the western coast of the peninsular part of the nation.
It is an interesting country, in which the tourism is well developed and represents the second source of entrances in foreign currency of the state (over 5 million and half of visitors on a year).
In the capital Kuala Lumpur, city in which modernity and antiquity melt them, the spectacular twin skyscrapers of the Twin Petronas Towers are present.

* Information and news of every kind (and photographic documentation) about Malaysia are to disposition of the partners of the Worldwide Geographic Academy: info@accademiageograficamondiale.com
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Borneo malese
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iti Teluk Iskandar Inn


A Georgetown Moschea e nuvole a Semporna A Kuala Kangsar Bambina di Tasik Chini

Kuala Lumpur Kuala Besut Isole Pulau Perenthian Kuala Kangsar 

Orango Il Buddha di Gua Charas Coltivazioni di pepe Ipoh

 Durian, il frutto nazionale Cameroon Hightlands Georgetown Kuala Terengganu

La costa di Kuantan La Down Town di Kuala Lumpur S. Paolo a Melaka Scolaresca malese

Petronas Twin Towers Melaka Moschea galleggiante a Kuala Terengganu Kuala Lumpur

Ai templi di Melaka Banano a ventaglio a Melaka Cocco di mare La Christ Church a Melaka Le Torri Petronas La ciminiera nell'Isola di Labuan

Photographies to greater solution can be found to the page Central and Oriental Asia Gallery