Malaysia is definitely one of the most pleasant and peaceful countries in Southeast Asia to visit. Several decades of continuous economic growth and political stability have made it one of the places in the region where wealth and prosperity reign most. The country is developing a pluralist culture based on a dynamic and completely original union between the Malay, Chinese, Indian and cultural elements of other indigenous ethnic groups. A mixture of different origins that translates into a variety of Muslim, Buddhist, Taoist, Hindu and Christian temples and places of worship and a culinary tradition full of flavors and spices. It is a destination that offers on the one hand the unbridled progress and energy of its capital Kuala Lumpur, with its famous Petronas towers, and on the other paradise islands, tropical landscapes, fishing villages and exotic fauna. It has a great abundance of biodiversity in many regions, such as the central one, where the extensive Taman Negara Park preserves some of the oldest rainforests in the world, dating back 130 million years and allows "aerial" walks among the trees, suspended on the passages. Malaysian Borneo, on the other hand, offers unspoiled nature and the fascinating culture of its people living in Sabah and Sarawah.