One of the most prolific countries in Southeast Asia, Malaysia’s reputation as a rich cultural melting pot fraught with abundant natural wonders makes it an appealing option for first-time visitors as well as those looking to reside here on a more permanent basis.
Growing at an accelerated pace, Greater Kuala Lumpur has it all. Malaysia’s bustling capital is the country’s most populous and culturally vibrant city. Home to 7.9 million people and spanning 2,793 km2, Kuala Lumpur comes charged with promise.
Restful Sanctuary Surrounded by City Vibes and Urban Conveniences
Best Place For Retirement
The US "International Life" magazine website recently published the World's best places to retire in 2019. Based on cost of living, retirement benefits, environment, health care, and a combination of factors are screened globally
10 countries (regions).
The top rankings include Malaysia, which ranks fifth among 10 countries.
Leading Medical Facilities
Commonwealth Medical Regulatory Commission
Standard and low medical expenses
Advanced technology and medical equipment
World's top ten medical tourism destinations
The cost of health care in Malaysia with quality medical services is rooted
According to government standards and has an international exchange rate advantage
Government strongly promotes medical service and communication without boundaries. Enjoying advanced medical facilities in Malaysia, the fees is at least 75% cheaper compared to Europe and America countries.
Malaysia, with a score of 95 out of 100, was ranked first in the Best Healthcare in the World category of the 2019 International Living Annual Global Retirement Index.
The gold standard in healthcare assessment around the world – accredited hospitals and the fact that almost all doctors are fluent in English having trained in the UK, US or Australia, makes it a top medical tourist destination and perfect for expat retirees.
International Education Institution
Having been for decades a leader in industrial growth and political stability, Malaysia is also one of the top destinations for those seeking internationally-recognised education. The government grooms top talent through public and private tertiary education institutions as well as professional bodies and accredited skill centres, resulting in the country being a global leader in key industries.
By maintaining high standards in keeping with the region’s education sectors and key industries, Malaysian universities rank highly in global university ranking tables. The oldest and premier university, the University of Malaya, is placed 19th on the QS World University Rankings 2019: Asia as a testament to our standards.
MALAYSIA INTERNATIONAL QUALITY EDUCATION
British education: Globally recognized Chinese-English bilingual teaching
Basic education: Cambridge IGCSE courses IB courses are available
University education: You can transfer to prestigious European and American universities and obtain a third-party national degree diploma after studying for 1-2 years
Cost savings: 1/4 tuition fees in the UK, US, and Australia is, even cheaper than local private schools