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Malaysia - Asia's Most Livable Country

Malaysia is a constitutional nonarchy in Southeast Asia, a Federation made up of 13 states and 3 federal territories. The South China Sea separates Malaysia into West Malaysia (Peninsular Malaya) and East Malaysia (Borneo).


West Malaysia shares borders with Thailand in the north and Singapore in the south. It has 11 States and 2 Federal Territories. The bulk of Malaysia’s population and economic development are concentrated in West Malaysia.


East Malaysia is situated on the northern part of Borneo Island, sharing border with Kalimantan, Indonesia, in the south. It has 2 states (Sabah and Sarawak) and 1 federal territory (Labuan). East Malaysia is rich in natural resources, particularly, forestry, oil and gas reserves. 


Malaysia’s population is estimated at 30 million. The ethnically diverse population of Malaysia comprises Malays, Chinese, Indians, Iban, Kadazans and numerous indigenous people. Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia, is one Asia Metropolis with a population over 5 million. Other well-known cities in Malaysia include Penang, Ipoh, Johor Bahru, Malacca and others.


Malaysia has a tropical climate with regular rainfall throughout the year. The vast rainforest, great biodiversity, long coastline,  and mountainous interior have given Malaysia a unique landscape that makes tropical living as contrasting as it is diverse. The  multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, multi-religious society of Malaysia, a great melting pot of the traditional, the East and the West, have  all come together to transform Malaysia into a ‘Truly Asia’ country.


With strong economic growth, stable political system, outstanding healthcare and educational systems, and moderate cost of  living by international standards, Malaysia has now emerged as one of the most livable countries in Asia.


Over the years the number of foreign participants in Malaysia My Second Home Program has been steadily on the rise.  Attractive living environment and business opportunities are continuing to attract people from all over the world to come to  Malaysia to retire, to invest, do business, to educate their children, or just to stay for their holidays for all that Malaysia offers.