Once you’ve admired the geographical contrasts of the lands, discover Malaysia's colourful and mixed culture to elevate your all-inclusive holiday. At the heart of the Malaysian identity, religion is represented everywhere in the form of temples. On Penang Island, in the south of Langkawi, the Kek Lok Si Temple is inlfuenced by Chinese, Thai and Burmese communities. From its monastery to its richly decorated and planted gardens, this is a place that brings serenity to your stay in Malaysia. 300 km away, discover Kuala Lumpur and pay a visit to the buzzing Chinese neighbourhood. In the alleways of the Central Market, between temples and colonial buildings, you will discover fruit stalls, fashion boutiques and artisans selling their wares. As the night falls, visit a street food stand to taste a grilled skewer or a bamboo putu - a steamed cake made from rice flour cooked in bamboo tubes.