High Standard of Living & Low Living Cost
Good Education System
Comprehensive Range Of Healthcare / Excellent Medical Treatment
Political & Economic Stability
Culture & Language
Fully Equipped With Infrastructure Facilities
Free From Natural Disaster
Participants of Malaysia My Second Home Program are provided with various incentives to make their stay more comfortable and enjoyable in Malaysia. Under this programme, applicants are allowed to bring their unmarried children under 21 years old as their dependants and apply permission to study in Malaysia.
Malaysia is ranked as the 9th most preferred destination for education by UNESCO in 2017. Many reputable foreign universities from countries like the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand have set up branch campuses in Malaysia or engaged in collaboration with Malaysian institutions. This shows that famous foreign universities have high level of confidence to Malaysia in providing high standard of education. Besides, the affordable cost of education and cost of living in Malaysia are also one of the main attractions for foreign students to choose to study in Malaysia.
Please note that tertiary educational institutions (private colleges and universities), require their students to have a Student Pass. Therefore, MM2H dependants who have reached 18 years old that are enrolling into tertiary educational institutions are required to terminate their MM2H Social Visit Pass in order to apply for the Student Pass and should be insured throughout their stay under this programme.
1.World-class healthcare facilities; Internationally recognised
Medical institutions come fully equipped with plenty of the most advanced facilities such as diagnostic equipment (e.g. MRI), cardiac catheterisation, virtual colonoscopy and PET scans.
Expertly trained healthcare professionals or qualified medical practitioners from reputable institutions in Malaysia, UK, Australia and USA
3.Excellent and Affordable Healthcare
Tightly regulated by the Ministry of Health Malaysia, the country’s world-class healthcare is competitive and attractively affordable without compromising the quality of treatments.
4.Confidentiality and safety assured
Our medical professionals adhere to the highest codes of professional conduct and ethics.
5.The Malaysia Hospitality
Experience the hospitality of our warm, friendly people. Feel right at home as English, Mandarin and Malay Language are widely spoken and interpreters are readily available anytime.
Malaysia is fast making a name for itself among Muslim healthcare travellers. In addition to the cultural affinity, the country is a growing global halal hub with halal facilities and medical alternatives widely available.
Retirement magazine International Living has listed Malaysia as one of the best retirement countries in the world due to its weather, living expenses, ease of communication, transport and excellent healthcare infrastructure.
Located just near to the equator, Malaysia enjoys tropical monsoon climate. Throughout the year, the average temperature ranges from 22°C to 33°C on an average, there is always humid and warm weather without extremely high or low temperatures.
If you are a nature lover, you must not miss out Malaysia as Malaysia is one of the 12 mega-diversity countries in the world. 62% of the total land in Malaysia is covered by forest and Malaysia has great age forest has existed for over 130 million years which is home for many species of flora and fauna. Malaysia has also internationally well-known diving and snorkeling destinations. The islands have beautiful beaches, fine white sand, crystal clear water, fascinating coral reefs ecosystem and tropical sea creatures. Malaysia has few international airports across the country which offers affordable connection to other cities outside the region.
Malaysia is formed by a multiracial society, the fusion of culture is most noticeable in the cuisine of the country. For example, you can have a crispy Roti Canai and tasty Teh Tarik (Pulled Milk Tea) from Mamak Restaurant (local Indian Cuisine Restaurant) in the morning, Nasi Lemak (Malay Cuisine) for lunch and Char Kway Teow (Chinese Cuisine) for dinner. You can easily find best street food, cafes and luxury restaurants in the town. The local delicacies can be as low as USD 3 per person whereas meals in restaurant can be USD10.
In addition, Malaysia offers excellent, low-cost healthcare, and some of the best-trained surgeons, dentists and specialists in the world. Plus, they can communicate in English too.
You will have a great retirement life in Malaysia!