Cut in half by the South China Sea, there
are two distinct regions of Malaysia, Peninsula Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo.
Peninsula Malaysia is connected to Singapore by two bridges, one for traffic
and water and a second just for traffic. Located close to the equator, Malaysia
has a tropical climate, a highly diverse range of flora and fauna and is
designated a mega-biodiverse country. The country itself is also diverse from
the modern high rise city of Kuala Lumpar to the granite peaks of Borneo, from
the white sand beach resorts to the Sarawak longhouse villages.