Malaysia is a popular place to visit for a variety of reasons that range from adventuring through the jungles to sampling the local cuisine and relaxing on white sandy beaches.
There’s also a great mix of Malay, Indian, Chinese and indigenous cultures and contrasting landscapes from tribal villagers to tall skyscrapers in the city of Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysia is home to a wide range of wildlife including in orang-utans and rare proboscis monkeys in the jungles and national parks.
From the culinary delights of the county, to the rich blend of cultures and spectacular beaches; Malaysia really has something for everyone.
The majority of expressways in Malaysia are toll roads.
Service and petrol stations are located all along the expressways. Petrol stations might be harder to find outside of cities and in more rural areas, so make sure you have a full tank when venturing further afield.
The prices of toll roads can be expensive inside Kuala Lumpur.
Police carry out regular breath tests on drivers. Driving over the legal limit is a serious offence that is punishable by heavy fine or even a jail sentence.