Malaysia Flights GuideMalaysia is located in Southeast Asia occupying some of the Malay Peninsula and Borneo Island. The capital city of Kuala Lumpur is a financial and business hub and also where you'll find the PETRONAS twin towers. While you're in the city, visit the bustling Central Market where you can buy jewellry, crafts and delicious street food. Penang's capital city, George Town allows visitors to dive into Malaysia's multicultural history amidst its highrises and interesting architecture. The beautiful island of Langkawi has beautiful beaches and tropical rainforests to explore and Malacca offers museums and galleries in its Historic State.
If you're flying into Malaysia you will most likely land at Kuala Lumpur International Airport with flights heading to a variety of international locations while low-budget airlines are more likely to land at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2. Malaysia's tropical climate ensures warm weather year round with temperatures ranging between 26 to 32 degrees celsius most of the year. Malaysia has a monsoon season from November through February.