Malaysia is called "true Asia", because the country is the intersection of many Asian cultures. Malays, Chinese, Hindus and Indian Muslims, Thais and the indigenous people of the peninsula live here.
Malaysia has glittering towers of the 21st century side by side with colonial shops, orchid gardens and traditional antique markets. The highlight of the country are also the snow-white beaches and the impenetrable jungle, where you can dive headlong into the world of wild nature and experience its pristine beauty.

Country-specific regulations on COVID-19
15 Days
Cultural Tour
Please inform yourself in advance which visa regulations apply to you.
The visa can be issued upon entry. The travel document should be valid for at least 6 months at the time of travel.
The Malaysian ringgit, also known as ringgit for short, is the currency of Malaysia (MYR). Unofficially, the ringgit is also known as the Malay dollar.
1€ corresponds to approx. 4.9 MYR (as of 09/30/2021).
The money can be exchanged in banks or exchange offices. For security reasons, we advise against exchanging money with private individuals.
As a result of historical migrations of colonization by foreign powers and its geographical location, Malaysia's culinary style is primarily a blend of traditions of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, Filipino and Thai cuisine. This resulted in a symphony of flavors that make Malaysian cuisine very complex and diverse. During your trip to Malaysia we recommend that you try the following dishes:
Nasi Lemak - rice cooked in coconut milk, garnished with a spicy sambal shrimp chili sauce;
Ikan Bakar - fish grilled over charcoal and in a banana leaf with chili paste;
Assam Laksa - noodles in brown fish soup;
Char kuay teow - rice noodles fried over high heat with shrimp, bean sprouts, chives and often an egg.
The official language is Malay, the mother tongue of the majority Malay ethnic group. The main ethnic groups in Malaysia are the Malays, Chinese and Indians who speak their own language. English is widely understood and spoken in the service industry and is a compulsory subject in elementary and secondary schools. It is also the main language spoken in most private colleges and universities.
According to the last census in 2010, 61.3% of the population are followers of Islam; 19.8% of Buddhism; 9.2% of Christianity; 6.3% of Hinduism; 1.3% of Confucianism, Taoism, or other traditional Chinese philosophies and religions.
In the big cities of Malaysia you can usually get good medical care from specialists, some of whom have trained abroad. You can also buy western medicines in big cities. In order to properly prepare for your trip, you should consult your family doctor. Below we only provide general information about the recommended vaccinations in this country.
Before traveling to Malaysia, vaccinations against diphtheria, tetanus (polio), hepatitis A and typhoid are recommended.
In addition to the advice of your doctor, a foreign health insurance and travel cancellation insurance are recommended.