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Malaysia is located in the Southeast region of Asia and occupies areas of the Malay Peninsula and island of Borneo. The country is known for its prehistoric rainforests, beaches, and colonial buildings; for these and many other such reasons Malaysia is rightly called the ‘Heart of Asia’. If you want to enjoy a glimpse of European cultural influence, then Malaysia is a classic example.
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The country is home to the world’s tallest (451m tall) Petronas Twin Towers. Owing to its cultural diversity, Malaysia is also often referred to as a kaleidoscope of culture. This is the place where entertainment never stops; it’s almost like the city is wide awake throughout the night. If you want to experience the nightlife and the feel of a casino, then you ought to visit Malaysia.
The best time to visit the east coast of this country is from March to September and the west coast is from November to August. Depending on your holidays, you can decide which part of Malaysia you will visit. Some of the things that you must see and do in Malaysia include Mount Kinabalu, Cameron Highlands District, Resorts World Genting, KLCC Park, and Malacca.
If you have made up your mind to visit Malaysia, you must have even started planning your trip, isn’t it? However, your planning is incomplete and insufficient if you haven’t accounted for the exchange rate of the Malaysian Ringgit (MYR). MYR is the official currency of Malaysia.
Knowing the on-going INR to MYR exchange rate could improve your planning multifold. By considering the value 1 INR to MYR, you will be able to estimate the realistic cost of your upcoming trip.
Are you looking for a reliable forex partner?
At Thomas Cook, we value the trust of our customers and constantly work towards enriching their travel experiences by offering world-class travel solutions and the most competitive INR to MYR exchange rates. After being in the travel industry for decades, we understand the pain points of travelers better than anyone else and thus have transformed ourselves into a one-stop-solution for all your travel requirements. Business and leisure travelers across the world vouch for our service and competitive Indian Rupee to Ringgit exchange rate.
Want to know the live Indian Rupee to Ringgit exchange rate?
Visit our 24x7 online currency converter tool that will provide you with real-time Ringgit to Rupee exchange value. You can also visit your nearest Thomas Cook branch or call our forex expert to understand the complicated math involved in forex.
To further simplify your experience at Thomas Cook, we facilitate you to convert INR to MYR online in just a few clicks. To buy forex online, you are required to visit the Thomas Cook website, fill in the required details, and we will deliver your forex at your doorstep in not more than 24 hours. Buy forex at Thomas Cook and stay safe from the hassle of finding a reliable forex partner in Malaysia.
If you still have questions regarding Ringgit to Rupee exchange rates or other forex concerns, then head to our blog section and benefit from our expert tips.
Want to convert INR to MYR? Visit Thomas Cook now and buy forex online at the most competitive prices and have a memorable trip to Malaysia.
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