Malaysia is a parliamentary democracy with more than 25 million inhabitants. The western part is the Malay peninsula Malacca, which borders Thailand, Singapore and the Malacca Strait. Eastern Malaysia forms the northern part of the island of Borneo. It borders Indonesia and Brunei. The landscape is diverse. Many mountains, forests, jungle areas, mangrove forests, rivers, coastal plains, long beaches and coral reefs. Unfortunately, many forests have been cultivated for palm oil plantations and rubber trees. There is a tropical climate, so it is always hot and humid. The capital Kuala Lumpur has 2 million inhabitants and is characterized by both old colonial buildings and modern high-rise buildings such as the Petronas Twin Towers and the Menara KL. Places of interest are the royal family Istana Negara, the Batu caves, Central Market, Merdeka square and Lake Garden. Other important cities include Kota Bharu, Kuah, Kuala Terengganu, Kuantan, Ipoh, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching and Tanah Rata. UNESCO World Heritage Sites include the two historic towns of Malacca Street, George Town and Melaka, and the Kinabalu and Gunung Mulu National Parks. Other places of interest are the Formula 1 circuit, the Genting Highlands amusement park, the national parks and the spectacular flora and fauna.

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