The state is separated in the north from Perak by the line of the bernam river, to the south by the sungai sepang from Negeri Sembilan; the line of the watershed of the main range (banjaran titiwangsa) forms the boundary between Selangor and Pahang. The natural harbour formed by the islands screening pelabuhan kelang makes … Read more


“abode of faith” The state lies between Kelantan to the north and northwest and Pahang to the south and southwest, and has a long coastline of over 240 km facing the South China Sea. The discovery and exploitation of off-shore mineral oil deposits over the past decade is effecting an economic and social revolution in … Read more

Pulau Pinang

” the pearl of the orient” lies off the northwestern coast of peninsular Malaysia. The state comprises the island of Penang covering an area of about 285 sq. Km and a narrow strip of approximately 760 sq. Km on the mainland known as Seberang Perai (province Wellesley) separated by a channel 3 km wide at … Read more


Pahang is the biggest state in Peninsular Malaysia. Pahang prides itself in its 205 km long beautiful sun soaked beaches and islands, tranquil highland resorts, a national park which comprises of 4343 sq. Km of lush tropical forest dated as far back as 130 million years, and its famous luxuriant growth of fauna and flora, … Read more

Kuala Lumpur

As a mining outpost 100 years ago, Kuala Lumpur is now the capital city of Malaysia, with a population of 1.5 million people. Despite all the recent development, Kuala Lumpur retains plenty of character – a fascinating mixture of old and new, with sky scrapers and temples, and a colourful scene of multi-racial activity, with … Read more


Kelantan borders Thailand in the north-eastern part of the Penisula, and shares boundaries with Perak to the west, Pahang to the south and Terengganu to the east. The State’s coastline is on the South China Sea. Traditionally, the State is a rice producer, based on the fertile, flood-prone Kelantan Delta and Plain. A large number … Read more