Public Opinion History Homosexual activity in Malaysia? Current status since Illegal imprisonment as punishment. Unsure of date.
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While life as a gay young person growing up during the s certainly was rough, I know that many people had it much worse. And many still do. As I contemplated living in Malaysia, I had to ask the question What would life be like for me as a gay man in Malaysia? While the Malaysian culture is diverse and split among three major ethnic groups Malay, Tamil , and Chinese , the majority are Muslim. You see and feel its influence everywhere you go. In large, metropolitan KL, it feels less conservative. As I pondered my personal question, I broadened my query out to perhaps an even more important one—What is life like for Muslim gay people?
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Deutsche Welle also claimed that Mr Mohamaddin had sidestepped a question of whether Malaysia is a safe destination for homosexuals and Jews. An aide to the minister later told news portal Malaysiakini that the statement was Mr Mohamaddin's personal views although it was in line with the Pakatan Harapan government's stance of not recognising LGBT culture. Nevertheless, the aide, who wanted to remain anonymous, said: "Tourists coming to Malaysia like any other country are welcome regardless of their creed, sexuality, religion or colour. Datuk Mah, expressing disbelief at the remarks, criticised the Parti Warisan Sabah leader's ability to field questions from the media.
Malaysia is an absolutely fascinating country to visit, from the skyscrapers and street food of Kuala Lumpur to the idyllic beaches and crystal-clear water of Langkawi. Whether travelers are looking for a foodie holiday, to lounge by a pool or go on an adventure in the rainforest, they are bound to find something in Malaysia. However, although it is officially a secular state, Islam is the dominant religion and as such there are a lot of traditional beliefs there, which travelers, particularly LGBT travelers, should take into consideration when planning a trip. All members of the gay community should be able to travel where they want and enjoy the treasures Malaysia has to offer, but it is important to be aware of the legal and social situation before traveling.