Malaysia is a big country.

It has a big economy and a big government.

But for most people, the most important part of their lives is spending time outdoors.

This is especially true in the city.

With more than half of the country being populated by the country’s 5.2 million people, there’s plenty of outdoor activity to choose from.

And if you don’t have a backyard, the indoor activity is always a breeze.

It’s no surprise, then, that a recent study conducted by research group Global Urban Analytics shows that indoor outdoor shopping is on the rise in Malaysia.

In the survey, which surveyed more than 4,000 Malaysian residents, 56 percent said that indoor shopping was the most popular activity they did each week.

But indoor shopping is a trend that’s not restricted to the city and the surrounding area.

As of August 1, 2017, there were nearly 3,000 indoor retail outlets in the country, which is a record high.

And there are already over 50 indoor retail establishments operating in the capital, Kuala Lumpur.

There’s plenty to do in Malaysia, but the city’s urban core is a major draw for the outdoor activity that goes on here every day.

There are outdoor sports venues, indoor recreation centers, hiking trails, and even a few shopping malls.

Here are some of the places you’ll want to visit during your stay in Malaysia: