Malaysia is a beautiful country, sparkles with the modern blend of ancient culture, tradition, and customs. The South China Sea divides a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, and multi-lingual country into Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia. An exciting mix of wildlife, stunning islands, mountains, rainforests, and the rich culinary scene makes it possibly the most visited place in Asia. Tourism is the 3rd most prominent source of foreign exchange. Malaysia recorded 26,757,392 tourist arrivals in 2016, a growth of 4.0% when compared to 2015. Unfortunately, international tourist arrivals had decreased in the forth-coming year due to pandemic arise. As a result, the country received 4,332,722 international tourists in 2020, which would reduce 83.4% compared to 2019.

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