People who travel to foreign destinations will get the chance to broaden their horizons.
This is according to Stuart Rees Jones – founder and chief executive of Camp International – and this could encourage individuals to go on holidays to Malaysia.
He continued by saying going abroad "gives you an insight into different ways of life", while it also allows people to encounter new people and cultures.
"You just start to see differently. With that, hopefully comes a little bit of clarity on what you want as individuals," Mr Jones observed.
For those who are looking for something unique, a trip to Malaysia could be just the answer.
In 2010, some 24.6 million individuals visited the country, which represented an increase of one million on the figure from the previous 12 months.
Holidaymakers can sample some of the fine scenery in the nation, or visit the capital city of Kuala Lumpur.