Malaysia is a country separated into two sections by the South China Sea. The two regions are Peninsular Malaysia (West Malaysia) and Malaysian Borneo (East Malaysia). The country’s market economy is newly industrialized and rather open state-oriented. The tourism industry of the country has been pushed forward in order to make its economy more diversified. At present, tourism has become the third largest income source of the nation.

The port on Langkawi Island plays a significant role in the tourism industry of the country because it serves as a main gateway to the island. It is the most progressive port in Malaysia, catering to different sea vessels including cargo and cruise ships. During the summer season, the port of Langkawi becomes a major hub for tourists especially because the cruise terminal is surrounded by immaculate beaches.

The port of Kuantan is another developing harbour in the country. It boasts of having state-of-the-art facilities that have the ability to cater to the increasing demand of petrochemical industries on the East Coast. This port is now reputed as the “Gateway to Peninsular Malaysia”.

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Departure : 25 November 2017
Duration : 1 weeks