The article is inspired a site called Kidadl dot com. It was titled 43 Amazing facts About Malaysia That Will Inspire You to Travel There, but we trying to bring the best 10 of it that will inspire you. 

The first fact is Malaysia is considered one of the most diverse countries. It has 60.4% of Muslims, 19.2% Buddhists, 9.1 % of Christians, 6.3 % of Hindus, and the rest of the population follows Confucianism, Taoism, and other indigenous religions. But the nation is melted together in harmony. 

The second fact is Malaysia has 22 languages that belong to foreign counties and has 112 indigenous languages.  

The third fact is 70% of the rice produced is consumed within the country, and the 30% is exported to other countries.  

The fourth fact is Penang state is the food capital of this nation, serves food from all ethnic backgrounds making it a must-visit for tourists. It also consumes a lot of seafood like fish, prawns, shrimps, octopus, snails, and sea cucumbers. 

The fifth fact is Malaysians has five ingredients to present their dishes. Chilli pepper as essential kitchen ingredients, shrimp paste (belacan) as making food flavorful, Coconut and all parts of the tree have culinary usage, soy sauce and lemongrass to flavor their dishes. 

The sixth fact is Malaysian fruits are unique and indigenous such as Durian, Jambu Batu, Rose apple, Pomelo, and Rambutan. 

The seventh fact is Mount Kinabalu is the tallest mountain peak in Malaysia, and it was selected as a World Heritage site by UNESCO in the year 2000. 

The eighth fact is the Malayan tiger is listed as one of the Critically Endangered animals by IUCN. Less than 300 tigers are left in the present. 

The ninth fact is Malaysia has the largest cave in the world, and it is situated at the Gunung Mulu National Park in Borneo Island. 

The tenth fact is Malaysia’s economic development had increased in the 20th century after they gained their independence. And it has been forecast by the experts that this country might hit the high-income economy by 2024. As of today, it is categorized as an upper-middle-income country. 

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