There’s a new and very convenient way to get there.
The country’s airport is now officially a “hotel”, a word which literally means “hot bed” in the language of the people of Malaysia.
Hotels are generally considered luxurious, but not in this case, as there’s a reason for that: it’s actually a plane.
Hotel Malayia is located in the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, which is just minutes away from the Malaysian capital.
It’s not the first time Malaysia has adopted the term, either.
In 2001, Malaysia’s then Prime Minister, Najib Razak, famously used the term “Hotel Malaysia”, which he coined in his first address to the nation.
The term was coined after Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 crashed in the Indian Ocean, which was the cause of a massive international search.
Malaysia has been searching for the missing Boeing 777 since July 8, with hopes of finding out what happened to the plane and of finding the black boxes.
The term has also been used in reference to the country’s vast coastline, where the airport is located.
So what is it about Malaysia’s new airport that makes it so convenient?
The answer is that it’s called Hotel Malayias, after its name.
“Hotel” was chosen as the word that would be popular, because it is the official term in the country.
Its official use is to refer to the hotel where the flights take off from, and the word has come to be associated with hotels.
Hotel is the word used by many Malay immigrants to describe their first hotel experience in Malaysia.
“There was a hotel for almost every Malaysian in the world.
We called it ‘Hotel’ because we knew that was the word for it,” explained a Malay-American travel agent in Kuala Lumpur.”
We didn’t want to call it ‘hotel’, because we didn’t think that was right,” he added.
“We wanted to call the hotel ‘Malay Airlines’.”
“Hotels’ are the places where you get to have dinner, drinks and sleep,” he explained.
But there’s another reason why the word Hotel is now used: it is a good way to describe a place.
To explain why, we have to go back to the beginning of time.
Malaysians had been arriving in the city of Kuala Lumpur in large numbers since the 19th century.
At that time, the country was known as the “New World” due to its isolation from Europe.
By the mid-20th century, the number of immigrants from the new world reached a record high.
There were about 15 million immigrants who arrived in the early 20th century and by the late 20th, the total had reached over 40 million.
Around 10 years ago, Malaysia was the number one destination for foreign workers, with almost 40 per cent of the population residing there.
And, according to the Malaysian government, the population of Malaysia has been growing for over 10 years now.
What this means is that, although the number has grown dramatically, the city’s population has remained stable.
With that, it was no surprise when Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared on March 8, 2014.
For those who had no clue what the word “hotels” meant, the official reason for the disappearance is unclear.
Some say it was a prank, some say it could have been an air crash, or that it could be because the jet was flying too low, making it impossible for the plane to land.
Others, including Malaysia’s Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib, are still trying to piece together the story, but they are yet to establish what happened.
But the mystery of MH370 is not the only one, for many people, the story of the disappearance has also caused an enormous amount of anxiety.
“People are afraid.
People are looking for answers, and that’s not good,” a hotel employee told ABC News in Kuala Kong.
People are searching for answers in the wake of MH 370’s disappearance.
A lot of questions are swirling around the disappearance of MH7, a plane that disappeared on September 29, 2014 from a Malaysian airfield in Ukraine.
Investigators are still working on the cause behind the plane’s disappearance, and no one knows why it disappeared.
A report from the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) says that the flight MH7 crashed in a mountainous area in the mountainous region of the Russian Federation.
One of the main theories is that the plane was downed by an adversary aircraft or by an unidentified plane.
It was reported that the pilot of the plane may have taken a selfie with the ground, but it has not been confirmed.
There is also the question of who may have been responsible for the crash.
The Malaysia Airlines flight vanished on March 1, 2014