The Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur dominate the city's rapidly growing skyline.
A beach on the Perhentian Islands in Malaysia, known for its teal water and relaxing vibe. Many divers and snorkelers visit the shores of these white sand beaches.
Malaysian Muslims, who make up about 60% of the country's population, arrive for prayers after breaking their fast at sunset during the holy Islamic month of Ramadan in Kuala Lumpur.
The Badan Warisan Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur is dedicated to Malaysian culture and heritage conservation projects. The group does local walks and talks around the city.
Thean Hou Temple in Kuala Lumpur is one of many Chinese temples in Kuala Lumpur and around the country.
Considered one of the national dishes, spicy noodle soup called "Laksa" typically features fish or prawns and lots of chili.
Thaipusam Festival is an annual Hindu festival which commemorates the day when Goddess Pavarthi gave her son Lord Muruga an invincible lance to destroy evil demons. The day is seen being celebrated at the Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur.
The sun rising over Malaysia's Sabah state, seen from the summit at Low's Peak on Mount Kinabalu.
The quintessential Malaysian Borneo experience -- playing with primates at the Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary.
Another tropical paradise of Malaysia is Langkawi island, which is surrounded by about 100 islets.
Sipadan in East Malaysia is a scuba divers paradise, often ranked one of the top diving sites in the world for its diversity of marine life.