Malaysia work permit allows you to work in Malaysia

With Malaysia becoming a hot spot for employment, a large number of prospective overseas workers are giving Malaysia a try. While you may find some good opportunities in Malaysia, you will need Malaysia work permit in order to go to Malaysia. Read on to find more about professional Malaysia work permit and its requirements. Malaysia […]

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How to get Malaysia Visit Visa?

Do you want to make your holiday trip more exciting?  You can experience most thrilling and enthusiastic trip by making a visit to Malaysia. Being a federal constitutional monarchy situated in Southeast Asia, Malaysia is a country of wonders and surprises. The most popular destinations of Malaysia are Kuala Lumpur, Georgetown, Kota Kinabalu, Melaka, Kuching, […]

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Business in Malaysia to see significant jump in trust

Business in Malaysia to see significant jump in trust

Business in Malaysia is expected to see a significant jump in trust with a nine-point rise to 72 per cent this year, according to the 2014 Edelman Trust Barometer Annual Global Study. It said this is mainly due to strong trust in big businesses and publicly-traded companies, highlighting that a commitment to shareholder value and […]

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Malaysia’s Hello Kitty Town is a treat for the little ones

Long before the Hello Kitty jets started making the skies overhead a little bit pinker, Hello Kitty Town in Puteri Harbour Family Theme Park in Nusajaya, Johor, Malaysia has been enchanting children with its wall-to-wall celebration of all things Sanrio. It is a must-visit destination for small kids that might just score you the “Parent […]

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World’s largest Legoland Water Park opens in Malaysia

The inflatable-armbands community is rejoicing — Asia’s first Legoland Water Park opened in Malaysia this week. With more than 20 water attractions, 70 Lego models and 3 million liters of water, the 300,000-square-meter space is the world’s largest Legoland Water Park, say park officials. Before you get too awestruck over such a grandiose claim to […]

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IRDA Malaysia created 584,000 jobs

Malaysia’s IRDA (Iskandar Regional Development Authority) created a total of 584,000 work opportunities, since its inception in 2006 with 15% of them comprising professional and skilled manpower. Prof Datuk Ismail Ibrahim, Chief Executive of IRDA said the percentage of skilled professionals and workers will increase with more investors from different sectors coming to the economic […]

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Japan now a favourite destination with Malaysia’s new visa ruling

The 37-year-old said there were many options for tourist packages heading to Japan, including one as low as RM595 (S$229), at the fair. “I think it is the right time for us to travel and to experience the Japanese culture. Besides, we no longer have to apply for a tourist visa to Japan,” he said […]

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