Story of Malaysia
Malaysia is a beautiful and diverse country where Malays, Indians, Chinese and many other ethnic groups live together in peace and harmony. Our multiculturalism has made Malaysia a paradise that spans food, fashion, religious traditions, and festivals - all in one place! Malaysia is also blessed with hundreds of tropical islands and evergreen rain forests, with a melting pot of culture, Malaysia becomes a perfect country to visit for all types of tourists.

Malaysia is also blessed with a vibrant tropical climate where perennial heat and abundant rainfall permit a wide variety of delicious fruit to flourish. Durian, the "King of Fruits", is the most popular local fruit in Malaysia which distinctive for its strong aroma and thorn-covered rind. From bittersweet to creamy rich flavors, Malaysia is now one of the most popular durian exporters thanks to its well-cultivated varieties.

Malaysia’s economy has been transformed since 1970 from primary export of raw materials (rubber and tin) to one that is among most diversified and fastest-growing in Southeast Asia by rapid expansion of export-oriented manufacturing and replacing imported products by domestic production. By the early 21st century manufacturing had become the backbone of Malaysia’s economic growth, contribute the largest share of the country’s GDP and employing more of the workforce than all the primary activities combined.

Malaysia has also attracted considerable foreign investment with comparative advantages of relatively inexpensive but educated labour force, well-developed infrastructure and undervalued currency.

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