With the popularity of overseas tourism, more and more people regard Malaysia as their first choice. Many people who have not been to Malaysia before will ask: is Malaysia high in consumption? This may also be a question that all the friends who want to travel to Malaysia want to know. Maybe some people are not familiar with Malaysia, so there is a difference between imagination and reality.
Let’s share the experience of traveling in Malaysia
1. Malaysia’s famous brand clothes, luxury goods and cosmetics are all very cheap, much cheaper than those in China. For example, there are more than 100 small black pipes on the Internet in China, but only 40 ringgit is needed in Malaysia, which is less than 70 yuan.
Let’s talk about ADI, Nike and other brands. They cost hundreds of yuan in China, but they can be bought in Malaysia only with more than 100 or even dozens of ringgit. To say what’s cheaper here, I think it’s the cheapest brand and luxury compared with China.
I believe that many domestic friends will know that things are very expensive at domestic airports when flying, so they generally do not recommend shopping at domestic airports. They will buy them in advance, but the price of the things in Malaysia’s airport is almost the same as that of the things in the outside shops, so there won’t be much difference. In Malaysia, whether it’s KK or 7-11, everything is almost the same price. If you want special cheap advice, you can go to NSK or Indian supermarket. Things in NSK and Indian supermarkets are very cheap, maybe one or two yuan cheaper than other supermarkets. You can also enjoy the tax refund policy with your travel passport.
In fact, many people who haven’t come to Malaysia will be curious. Can I adapt to the food here. Here, I want to tell you that you don’t have to worry at all. Because Malaysia has a multi-ethnic culture, its food is also diversified. And the food here is very cheap, so you don’t have to worry about the price. And Malaysia’s food is also strictly in accordance with halal food safety regulations. So don’t worry about health issues. The kitchen is barefoot. So are many companies. The clean and tidy cultural environment. If you are worried that you are not used to Malaysian food, you can have a hundred takeaways next. There are Chinese restaurants on one hundred takeaways. You can order takeaways, which is also very convenient.
Let’s talk about accommodation. In fact, I think Malaysia’s accommodation is more reasonable, at least cheaper than domestic and many tourist cities. If you want to be economical, a standard room is about rm100-200. If you want to be a little better, more than rm300 can live in a nice small apartment. The infinity pool hotel near the twin towers in Kuala Lumpur is around rm300-400 per room, with high cost performance. You can also directly see the twin towers opposite. Generally speaking, accommodation in Malaysia is very cheap, so there is no need to worry about accommodation. You can also choose home stay, which is not expensive.
In the new Malaysian government cabinet, Chinese government minister Ba Ren set a record. The so-called anti Chinese decision is imagination and rumor. Chinese occupy an important economic position in Malaysia.
It’s still very cheap to take a car in Malaysia, because the gasoline in Malaysia is cheap. Although there is a toll, it’s relatively low compared with China, so it’s very cost-effective to take a bus or a taxi in Malaysia.
Zhou Fangfang, chairman of Malaysia Wuhan chamber of Commerce, met with Xu Jingzhi, Minister of tourism, culture and environment of Malaysia, and Wang Jun, Minister of agriculture and food industry, to discuss how to further deepen understanding between the two countries in tourism, environment education, agriculture and natural environment protection, and how to actively promote the development of friendship city relations!
As a tourist country, Malaysia is really a suitable and cost-effective country. If you want to have an outbound tour, it’s better to take Malaysia as the first stop and enjoy the charm of multiculturalism here.