participate in Malaysia My Second Home MM2H Programme and why choose Malaysia?
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Malaysia My Second Home Programme is initiated organized and launched by the Malaysian
Government. It is, therefore, a program, that the Government will
continuously work to ensure its success.
Standard of living
Malaysia has one of the highest standards of living in the region
with all the modern infrastructure and facilities in place.
Cost of living
Cost of living is one of the lowest in Asia and will remain
so for a very long time. This is achieved through the Government’s
efficient monitoring of the economy in ensuring that inflation is
kept low at all times and thereby also the prices of goods and
The weather is pleasant, warm and balmy with moderate rain
throughout the year, There are also highland residential areas and
resorts with permanent spring-like weather throughout the country.
The whole country is very well connected with up-to-date, modern
road, rail, air, and sea transportation systems. Public transport by
buses, taxis, trains and planes are comfortable, efficient and
relatively low in cost.
The ruling Government is the longest serving freely elected
Government in the world. It is a Government representing all the
races, religions, cultures etc. found in Malaysia. In fact, Malaysia
is one of the most politically stable countries in the world.
Rule of law
The rule of law is one of the fundamentals in Malaysia’s
constitution. Everyone is subjected to the law and also equal before
the law. Malaysia practiced basically the British system of justice
with an independent reliable and dependable judiciary.
Statistics can proof that Malaysia is one of the safest countries in
the world; its crime rate is relatively low.
Islam is the official religion of Malaysia but the constitution
guarantees the right of people to practice other religions.
Culture and language
The Malay language (Bahasa Melayu) is the national language of the
country; English is the second language but other languages can be
freely used and practiced. Similarly the Malay culture is dominant
in the country because the Malays are the dominant race in Malaysia
and in the region. But other cultures can be practiced very freely
and there is a free intermingling of different cultures.
Food and Fruits
All the food of the world can be found here at very reasonable cost.
With so many races and cultures living together in harmony, it is
understandable that each race has picked up the best of each other’s
food and made Malaysia into Asia’s Food Paradise. Similarly the
tropical fruits of Malaysia are unique, exotic and available in
abundance practically throughout the year. It should be a real joy
to savour these fruits.
The country has everything for the family,-theme parks, jungle
trails/sports, water sports and one of the highest numbers of golf
courses – ratio or population.
Most of the items that tourists normally like to buy – perfumes,
cosmetics, watches, fountain pens, a long list of electronic goods,
branded goods etc. are completely free of tax. Quality goods from
all over the world are imported and are relatively low in price and
sold throughout Malaysia.
The country has one of the best-developed and quality educational
systems – both public and private. There are international schools
of repute in all major towns with English as the medium of
instruction. There are also private colleges and universities
offering twinning programs with other well-known universities and
major colleges from throughout the world. Therefore, it is the place
for quality education from nursery right up to the highest level of
university education. It is already becoming an educational centre
of excellence for the region. Relatively speaking, it is also the
place to get quality international class education at a very
The country has a very efficient health system where medical
services are provided at nominal cost. Private doctors, clinics and
also hospitals of international standards are easily obtainable at
very reasonable cost. Malaysia is also becoming a centre for medical
facilities in the region.
There are quality residences – terrace houses, semi-detached,
bungalows, apartments and condominiums all over the country. There
are also some of the finest residences available in tourism zones –
on beaches, near jungles and near theme parks, recreational places
and city centres.
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