The country’s official slogan of 'truly Asia' perfectly captures the essence of Malaysia. Home to a diverse mix of cultures, Malaysia also boasts world-class shopping destinations, gold-domed mosques, Hindu temples, bustling markets and futuristic buildings that pierce the sky. In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital city, the monumental Petronas Towers watch over a modern cityscape that thrives with designer shops, street boutiques and iconic landmarks like the Menara KL Tower or ornate Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Indulgent spas and fine-dining with menus featuring international and traditional dishes are present throughout the capital and country. Malaysia is also home to many tropical islands like Langkawi, Pangkor Laut and Penang. These islands’ interiors are decorated with rainforests and have coastlines of white powdery sand. Rainbow coloured fish swim through coral reefs under turquoise waters and monkeys, and tropical birds move through the jungles. In Borneo, the third largest island in the world, you'll find the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak. Borneo is known for its biodiverse landscape with lush rainforests housing endangered animals like orangutans, pygmy elephants and rhinos. The island’s beaches are equally famous for pristine white sands surrounded by crystal-clear waters. Borneo is a real paradise for beach and nature lovers alike.