Malaysia is close to the equator and has a humid and hot climate with an equator and rainy climate. The southwest monsoon is blown from April to October every year, and the northeast monsoon is blown from October to February, but the monsoon phenomenon is not significant. The temperature is mild due to the surrounding ocean.
Malaysia's population is the 43rd in the world, the territory is the 66th in the world, and the land area is 329,847 square kilometers.
Malaysia is a multi-ethnic country composed mainly of Malays, Chinese, Indians and a number of indigenous peoples. According to the Malaysian census as of August 13, 2018, the population of the population was 32.42 million. Among them, 91.8% are domestic citizens and 8.2% are foreigners. Among the nationals, Malays account for 68.8%, Chinese for 23.2%, Indians for 7%, and other ethnic groups for 1%.
The official language of Malaysia is Malay, and Malay is mainly used in all official matters. In everyday life, the language of communication between the same people uses their native language; however, communication between different races usually uses Malay or English.
Malaysian Chinese speak more Chinese from the southern provinces of China, and the more common ones include Mandarin, Minnan dialect, Cantonese, Hakka, Hainan dialect, Chaozhou dialect and Fuzhou dialect.
Malaysian culture or Malaya culture is a “multicultural” that blends the cultural characteristics of Malay, Chinese, Indian and other aboriginal people. Based on the majority of Malaysian Malays, the Malay national culture is Malaysia. The backbone of culture, followed by other national cultures. Malaysian culture also incorporates some of the culture of Persia, Arabia and Europe.
Malaysian cuisine reflects the diverse ethnicity of its population. Many cultures from within and around the country have a great impact on food. Most of the influence comes from the cultures of Malays, Chinese, Indian, Thai, Javanese, and Sumatra, mostly due to the country’s ancient spice trade route. Most of them are mainly from Fujian, Guangdong, and Hakka, and even Guangxi and Fuzhou people. Therefore, they are rich in food tastes, and different states have different dishes.
Sometimes the food that is not visible in the original culture of each ethnic group is also integrated into the composition of this ethnic culture. For example, Malaysian restaurants in Malaysia also serve Malay dishes. Food from a certain culture, sometimes in a culture of other cultures, means that although many Malaysian foods can be traced back to a particular culture, they have their own unique identity. Rice is common in many dishes. Peppers are also often used, but not necessarily to make these dishes spicy.
Why Invest M'sia
The best 4 countries in the world's medical system in 2017
One of the main concerns for those who want to live overseas after retirement is the quality of health care in other countries. Measuring the quality of a country’s medical care is not an easy task, and it is difficult to describe it with a single number, but we can compare and rate its medical expenses. Based on these scores, International Living.com compares the quality of care in 24 countries around the world and selects the best countries to settle in, with the top four being Malaysia, Costa Rica, Colombia and Mexico. In these countries you can find clean and tidy hospitals, well-trained doctors and quality and affordable medical services.
Malaysia: Medical tourism is booming
Stronger US dollars, lower ticket prices, and soaring medical spending in Western countries have combined to promote the boom in medical tourism in Malaysia in recent years. In the past five years, medical tourists to Malaysia have increased by an average of 100%. Penang and Kuala Lumpur are two major medical centers in Malaysia, and there are several international routes to the world.
There are well-trained doctors in Malaysia, and most of them have received professional training in the US, Australia and the UK. In addition, after visiting Malaysia, there is little or no waiting time. Simply register at the hospital and wait for the specialist to see the doctor without a referral from the general practitioner.
Medical institutions that meet international standards are also one of the driving factors for consumers to go overseas for medical treatment. Many hospitals in Penang and Kuala Lumpur have passed the prestigious JCI certification and are among the first in Southeast Asia. At least 8 hospitals in Malaysia have passed JCI certification. In addition, there are many excellent non-profit hospitals in Malaysia. Medical travelers go to Malaysia mainly to see plastic surgery, dentistry and dermatology. In 2017, Malaysia received more than 1 million medical tourists from all over the world. This year is expected to continue to climb this number.
Malaysia is a Southeast Asian country that occupies part of the Malay Peninsula and Borneo Island. It is known for its beaches, tropical rainforests and the influence of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European cultures. The capital, Kuala Lumpur, has colonial buildings, busy shopping areas such as Bukit Bintang and skyscrapers such as the iconic 451-meter-tall Petronas Twin Towers.
Malaysia is the third richest country in Southeast Asia after Singapore and Brunei’s smaller cities. Malaysia has an emerging industrialized market economy that is relatively open and country-oriented.
Mr. Robert Kuok was invited to join the National Economic Advisor in 2018 to assist the country's economic development.
In 2017, Huawei established a regional headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and invested more than RMB 20 million to establish the Nantai Customer Solutions Innovation and Integration Experience Center (CSIC) in Malaysia. In addition, there will be a cloud in the next two or three years. Plans for storage, the Internet of Things, and the Big Data Lab. Coincidentally, on June 18 this year, Alibaba Group opened a national office in Bangsar South District of Kuala Lumpur as the center of a one-stop solution for Malaysian companies to enter the digital economy.
In recent years, with the development of the world economy, many Chinese companies have chosen to enter Kuala Lumpur, which will undoubtedly greatly promote the economic development of Kuala Lumpur and bring a steady stream of economic benefits.
Kuala Lumpur government has successively launched the “Second Home Program” and the “Greater Kuala Lumpur Project” to encourage foreigners to live for a long time, and plans to use the RM172 billion to build “Greater Kuala Lumpur” to achieve economic transformation. With the implementation of the plan, Kuala Lumpur, as the economic and commercial center of Malaysia, has become increasingly prominent in the region in the country and has become a hot spot for international investment. The core business district centered on the urban landmark Twin Towers will be more unique, and housing prices will also be more unique. Will usher in a new wave of strong rise!
The Port Klang International Trade and Halal Industry Center in Malaysia is the core project of the Klang Port Free Trade Zone in Malaysia’s national free trade zone. It is the only halal product trading center in ASEAN, the largest halal product transfer center in Asia and a product distribution center for Muslims in the world. The center will become an influential international trade platform for the Muslim market worldwide due to the large-capacity international supply clusters and international procurement clusters.
- Planting makes Malaysia one of the world’s largest palm oil producers
- International trade in the Straits of Malacca – The world’s largest producer and exporter of medical gloves
- Manufacturing is a key area of the national economy
- The world’s largest disk drive Producing countries
- Malaysia is an exporter of natural and agricultural resources. The most valuable export is petroleum.
- It was once the world’s largest producer of tin, rubber and palm oil.
- Tourism has become Malaysia’s third largest source of foreign exchange earnings.
Malaysia Real Estate
Malaysia – The property price ranks 100 in the world, and the rent ranks in the top 10 in the world
- The global housing price index report released by Knight Frank, a UK-based real estate consultancy, points out that in the past five years, Malaysian house prices have risen by 28.5%, and Malaysia ranks among the top in the global real estate market by ninth. Despite years of rapid development, housing prices in Kuala Lumpur are still at a low level.
- Malaysia has the advantages of relatively low property prices, good location, environmentally livable and permanent title, making the Malaysian property market attractive.
- According to the latest price-income ratio (price-incomeratio 2017), Kuala Lumpur ranks 137, which is much lower than many international first-tier cities and even first-tier cities in China.
- Beginning in 2016, the number of inquiries from Chinese buyers on Malaysian properties continued to increase. In the second half of 2016, the number of enquiries increased by 67% from the first half of the year, and by the first half of 2017, it increased by 42%. The official estimate is that this data is likely to continue to rise in the future.
- In recent years, with the enthusiasm of overseas home buyers, Kuala Lumpur will be the hot spot for the next real estate choice.
- One purpose of real estate investment is to invest, capital flow, and earn more. Another meaning of the house representative is home, whether it is a hot summer or a cold winter, taking the family on a trip to Kuala Lumpur, enjoying the different styles of the tropics.
2017 ranked the fourth livable city in the world
In December last year, Inter Nations, the world’s largest overseas network, surveyed 8,000 overseas aliens from 40 countries around the world and found that Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, defeated the international metropolis of Asia and became the fourth best. Living in the city.
As a country capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur has seen a series of hegemonic plans rise in recent years. Kuala Lumpur has not only maintained its leading position in an international metropolis, but also has the charm of Southeast Asia and is a place to live and study. The world’s fourth-best city, no Asian city was ranked higher than Kuala Lumpur.
In the list, most of the other cities listed are European countries, and a small number are cities in the Middle East or Africa.
Whether it’s living, rent or consumption levels, Kuala Lumpur is able to stand out in the 27 cities selected worldwide. It can be seen that Kuala Lumpur is comparable to the developed cities of Europe in the eyes of foreigners. According to statistics, the cost of living in Kuala Lumpur is generally cheaper than 55.6% in New York. In Kuala Lumpur, enjoy international life support, children to attend international schools, and many famous schools to choose from, the choice of springboards and American famous schools, and the choice of livable cities, the quality of the air environment is naturally the best choice.