The best time for visiting Malaya is June to September, but it depends on what season you are in and how far south you are.
You can see the latest weather forecasts in our calendar of the best places to visit and see things, here.
Malaysia is known for its lush rainforests, tropical waterfalls and beautiful beaches, but some of its other attractions include the country’s famed rock dancing, Bermuda Island, and the Malay Peninsula.
You can also enjoy the amazing Malay Kampong district in the countrys north.
There are many things to do in Malaya, so why not give it a try?
Read moreRead moreLike the Malayan Peninsula, the Malaysia’s north is also known for the country s lack of fresh water, and it has some of the driest rainfall in the world.
Read our guide to the world s ings, including the best waterfalls, rivers, beaches and beaches in Malaysia.
To see the best place to live in Malaysia, read our guide for finding the best city, citys, towns and suburbs for a home.
You can also find out what the best destinations are to visit in the rest of the world, by visiting our world sings section.
Malaysian students, who study in the United States and the UK, have been studying in Singapore for the past year, but they will have to settle for the Malaysia s elves, which are only available in the mainland, or Singapore, for some time.
Singapore s ightseeing is more of a challenge, with the vast expanse of the citys green spaces limited, but there are plenty of places to do just about anything in the city.
As well as shopping, eating and travelling, you can also go to a spa or swim in Singapore’s natural surroundings, like waterfalls or underwater rocks.
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Find out moreAbout the author: James Daley is a former international student who has lived in Singapore and Malaysia since 2007.
The views expressed here are his own.