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Tempat yang Hebat Untuk Bekerja dan Didiami

Tempat yang Hebat Untuk Bekerja dan Didiami

Walaupun perniagaan anda telah membawa anda ke Malaysia, kami memahami bahawa terdapat lebih banyak perkara lain untuk membuatkan anda berasa selesa di sini. Malaysia adalah titik pertemuan pelbagai budaya dan antara tempat yang paling ramah dan mesra di dunia untuk bekerja dan didiami. Kerjaya adalah sangat penting bagi suatu kehidupan yang baik. Tetapi kehidupan juga berkisar mengenai keluarga, rakan, pendidikan, kesihatan dan masa lapang.

Dalam tinjauan Expat Explorer HSBC, kajian mengenai kehidupan ekspatriat (pegawai dagang) yang terbesar dan terpanjang di dunia, Malaysia berada di antara 20 negara terbaik di dunia untuk didiami, dan berada di kedudukan ke-7 bagi kebudayaan, terbukaan dan keramahan komunitinya.

Salah satu ciri unik negara adalah ianya kaya dengan kepelbagaian budaya, warisan yang berasal daripada gabungan etniknya dari beberapa peradaban tertua di dunia. Kepelbagaian bangsa dan budaya ini membolehkan rakyat Malaysia bertutur sekurang-kurangnya dua, bahkan tiga bahasa – bahasa Melayu (bahasa kebangsaan), bahasa Inggeris, bahasa Mandarin, bahasa Tamil dan bahasa Asia yang lain. Hidup dalam persekitaran yang kosmopolitan, rakyat Malaysia sangat ramah dan mesra serta mudah menerima kehadiran warga asing dalam kalangan rakan mereka. Di Malaysia, selain terdapat banyak peluang perniagaan, anda juga boleh menikmati pengalaman yang unik, berwarna-warni dan persahabatan yang berkekalan.

Perkhidmatan Penjagaan Kesihatan
Bertaraf Dunia di Malaysia

Malaysia diiktiraf memiliki ‘Penjagaan Kesihatan Terbaik di Dunia’ menurut Indeks Persaraan Global Antarabangsa 2019. Perkhidmatan penjagaan kesihatan bertaraf dunia kami dilengkapi dengan infrastruktur moden dan canggih. 

 

Ianya sangat mudah untuk membuat temu janji dengan doktor pakar di negara ini. Anda hanya perlu mendaftar di mana-mana hospital dan menunggu giliran untuk berjumpa dengan doktor pilihan anda.

 

Industri pelancongan kesihatan Malaysia berkembang pada kadar 17% CAGR antara tahun 2015 dan 2018 berbanding kadar pertumbuhan keseluruhan pada kadar 15% di rantau Asia Pasifik.

Pada tahun 2018, industri pelancongan kesihatan Malaysia mencapai hampir RM1.5 bilion (AS$361.7 juta) dari segi pendapatan hospital, tidak termasuk pendapatan daripada perkhidmatan pergigian dan klinik penjagaan. Ini berkemungkinan menyumbang RM5 bilion (AS$1.2 bilion) kepada KDNK Malaysia. (Sumber: Pesakit Tanpa Sempadan, 2020)

Kejayaan Malaysia dalam mengawal penyebaran COVID-19 adalah bukti kepakaran perubatan dan sistem kesihatan kami yang mapan.

 

 

Kami meningkatkan jumlah hospital pemeriksaan daripada 56 buah kepada 120 buah, yang merupakan penambahan sebanyak 53%; dan kami juga meningkatkan bilangan ventilator daripada 526 unit kepada 1,034 unit, yang merupakan penambahan sebanyak 49%.

– Ahli Lembaga Eksekutif Unitaid Dr Fifa Rahman (2020)

Penjagaan Kesihatan Malaysia - Penjagaan Perubatan yang Berkualiti, Mudah Diakses & Berpatutan

Bertaraf Dunia

Teknologi canggih, kepakaran dan pengalaman perubatan disediakan di sini, lengkap dengan akreditasi antarabangsa dan diiktiraf.

Standard Berkualiti

Piawaian kualiti dan keselamatan yang ketat yang ditetapkan oleh Kementerian Kesihatan (KKM)

Bakat Bertaraf

Pakar kesihatan terlatih yang berpengalaman daripada institusi ternama di Malaysia, UK, Australia dan Amerika Syarikat.

Pengiktirafan Global

Akreditasi nasional dan antarabangsa, seperti MSQH, JCI, ACHS.

Ease of Communication

The plethora of languages spoken here makes you feel that you are not too far from home. Almost all doctors speak fluent English.

Easy Accessibility

Minimal wait hours with access to specialists and various treatments.

Competitive Affordability

Treatment costs are monitored by the Ministry of Health.

Global Halal Hub

Providing consumers with more options and meeting your requirements in religious needs.

Malaysia is one of the world’s leading medical value destinations, where patients can realize up to 80% savings on a wide range of procedures and treatments in first-class hospitals and clinics.

– Patients Without Borders (2020)

Quality Education System

The Malaysian education system caters to a wide range of community. We have a large number of public and private schools, with a comprehensive curriculum that is regulated by the Ministry of Education. Expatriates are also given the option to enrol your children in the many highly ranked international schools that cater to the teaching methodologies and curriculum of their country of origin. 

Many international universities have also set up branch campuses in Malaysia in recent years. This includes Curtin University in Sarawak, University of Reading Malaysia and Xiamen University Malaysia.

Notably, Kuala Lumpur was ranked the 2nd Most Affordable City in the world for Students 2019 by Quacquarelli Symonds. Tuition fees in one of the city’s five ranked universities will cost a minimum of US$ 2,500 per semester for international students. Kuala Lumpur also ranks well for affordability in the Mercer Cost of Living Survey.

150

International Schools

20

Public Universities

47

Private Universities

34

University Colleges

10

Foreign University Branches

Kuala Lumpur was ranked the 2nd Most Affordable City in the world for Students 2019

Comfortable and Affordable Housing

There is a wide selection of comfortable housing in Malaysia. According to a survey on expatriate living costs by the Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce & Industry, monthly rentals for accommodation can range from as low as RM2,500 – 3,800 for a furnished 3-bedroom condominium in the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur to approximately RM15,000 for a luxury bungalow in a posh neighbourhood nearer to the city.

Monthly Rentals

RM2,500 – 3,800/ USD590 – USD960

for a furnished 3-bedroom condominium in the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur

Monthly Rentals

RM15,000/ USD3,500

for a luxury bungalow in a posh neighbourhood nearer to the city

Unsurpassed Lifestyle

Life in Malaysia is an adventure. The year-long warm and sunny climate offers an unsurpassed lifestyle, especially for people who love the outdoors. Families can spend many an exciting weekend at Malaysia’s national parks with their magnificent rivers and mountains, fly to one of the many island retreats for snorkelling and scuba diving, drive for a game of golf in a cool hill resort, shop-till-you-drop in any ultra-modern shopping complexes or factory outlets, or have an unforgettable experience of fun and adventure at one of Malaysia’s sprouting amusement parks.

Food Paradise

Malaysian cuisine is, like the country itself, culturally rich and diverse. The sum of various delicious parts, Malaysian cuisine includes Malay, Chinese and Indian influences. Whether you like street food under oversized umbrellas, or if you prefer five-star dining, Malaysia has something for every appetite.

Back to Nature

Malaysia is one of the leading dive destinations in the world, with one of the richest marine environments in the Indo-Pacific Basin. The incredible biodiversity of marine life, coupled with warm, clear waters, beautiful islands and breathtaking beaches keep divers coming back to Malaysia.

Diving sites in Malaysia include Tioman Island and Aur Island in Johor, Kapas Island and Perhentian Island in Terengganu and Mantanani, Mataking, Mabul and Sipadan in Sabah. Imagine sandy beaches and turquoise tropical waters rich in rainbow-coloured sea life. Malaysia is a true gift to lovers of the sea.

There are also plenty nature reserves and hiking trails across Malaysia to be explored. Escape from the hustle and bustle of the daily grind by hiking through Malaysia’s mesmerizing flora and fauna, and reward yourself with breathtaking peak views. These include Taman Negara (National Park Malaysia), Bako National Park, KL Forest Eco Park, Broga Hill, Penang Hill, and Mount Kinabalu.

Shop to Your Heart’s Content

Malaysia is a world-class shopping destination. From the giant malls with trendy designer stores and premium outlets to the night market stalls and pop-up collectors market, Malaysia is a shopper’s paradise. The One Utama Shopping Centre is the largest shopping mall in the country and the seventh-largest retail space in the world. Malaysia features hundreds of duty-free outlets in airports and tourist attractions like the tropical island paradises of Langkawi and Labuan. Up north to Penang and down south to Johor, or across the ocean to East Malaysia, the country offers plenty of options to tickle your shopping fancy.

Vibrant Culture and Arts

Malaysian culture draws upon the various people in the country. From indigenous tribes to Malay, Chinese and Indian cultural influences, it has made us the melting pot of Asia. Malaysia is one of the world’s best producers of lion dance costumes, which can be seen colourfully displayed during the Lunar New Year celebrations. Malaysian Batik is one of the oldest textile arts around and usually seen in official garments with floral motifs. We have our unique shadow puppetry called the Wayang Kulit, which is used in storytelling that dates back generations. Malaysia also has over 130 museums to enrich visitors with information and exhibits on the country’s history, culture and heritage. Among them include the National Museum, Islamic Arts Museum, State Museums of Melaka and Petrosains Museum.

Experience Tropical Nightlife

Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur is a vibrant city complete with an incredible nightlife scene. There is something for everyone with its exclusive restaurants, hip bars, trendy nightclubs, and cool karaoke spots. There are many trendy nightlife spots in the city such as TREC which can draw crowds of thousands during weekends with its hipster speakeasies, comedy clubs, piano bars and many others to fit any musical taste. The Roof 1 First Avenue, Mantra Bangsar and the Wet Deck at the stylish W Kuala Lumpur hotel are fashionable establishments that offer some of the best views of the city skyline.

Thrilling Sporting Events

Malaysia features world-class sporting facilities and hosts many exciting international events.

 

Le Tour de Langkawi is an annual race sanctioned by the International Cycling Union (UCI). The Penang International Dragon Boat Festival offers thrills as teams battle for glory.  The ATP Malaysian Open provides tennis fans with dazzling entertainment.

Besides watching sports, you can work on your golf game at one of our 200 golf courses including some designed by legends such as Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Ernie Els. Beat the heat and swing at night at premier golf courses that provide glare-free floodlights.

Improve your game and your business in Malaysia.

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