Geography of the Malaysia
Malaysia is a country which is located in the Southeastern part of Asia and is actually an island nation that forms which forms some part of the Malaysian Peninsula. Malaysia is basically a country which is bordered by the Indonesia, Thailand and Brunei. Actually the geography of Malaysia is divided into two different parts that are East Malaysia and Peninsular Malaysia. The other two prominent features of the Malaysia are the Straits of Malacca and the South China Sea.
The Malaysian nation actually has a total area of round about 3, 29,780 square kilometers. From this total area the land is on 3, 28,550 Square kilometer area and the rest of the area is water. The coastline of the Malaysia extends to 4,678 kilometers from which there the area of 2,078 km is in Peninsular Malaysia and the rest of the area is in the East Malaysia. There is a highest point in Malaysia that is Mount Kinabalu which is round about 4,095 m high. In the state of the Sabah mount Kinabalu is located and its lowest point lies in the Indian Ocean. There are many types of natural resources in Malaysia that includes timber, tin, copper, natural gas and iron ore.
All the air pollution which is formed by the industrial waster materials and also by the vehicular emissions has always created many types of environmental problems in the country of Malaysia. The country of Malaysia is also having water pollution and deforestation problems. The flooding and landslides are the natural cases in the Malaysia. The Malaysian climate is extremely pleasant for complete year and remains very tropical from April to October and is also the best time to visit the beautiful country Malaysia.
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