Living in Malaysia
Malaysia is an exotic land which will seduce you with it’s beauty and national treasures. Malaysia has one of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet and is home to several endangered species. Most of the people who go there make it a second home, live there a for a few months hibernating back and forth. Malaysia also has excellent health care facilities. You’ll love Malaysia if you like food. There are several ethnicities and each of them have their own cuisines and specialties. Free wifi is available in most mid range outlets and the roads there are impeccable.
Politics in Malaysia
In Malaysia the head of the state is his Yang di-Pertuan Agong which translates literally to "He Who Was Made Lord". The head of the overpayment is the Prime Minister. The Executive power is implemented by the federal government and the 13 state governments.
Federal representative democratic constitutional monarchy. The Federal power is placed with the 13 state assemblies and the federal parliament. The judiciary is independent of the two besides the fact that the executive maintains a certain amount of influence regarding the appointment of the judges in courts.
Economy in Malaysia
Malaysia has the 4th largest economy in Southeast Asia and 38th in the world. If you are looking at GDP and per capita value, Malaysia would be the 3rd richest in all of Southeast Asia. After Indonesia, Malaysia is the largest palm oil exported in terms of volume globally. Malaysia has nearly eradicated it’s poverty. Only less than 1% of Malaysia’s households live in extreme poverty.
Buying or renting property in Malaysia
Citizens of Australia, Hong Kong SAR, Japan, the EU member states, South Korea, Turkey, USA and a number of other countries do not need a visa to enter Malaysia and stay there for up to three months.
Visa and Immigration
Schools in Malaysia
Preschool in Malaysia commences at the age of four, however it is not compulsory. Primary education spans out over a period of six years, followed by secondary education that lasts for a period of five years. Primary and secondary education is provided by the government, free of cost. In primary schools, the national language is compulsory and English is thought as a second language. National and national type schools- both Tamil national type and Chinese national type are funded by the government. There are a bounty of government and private institutions in Malaysia with a well structured education system.
Weather in Malaysia
The capital of Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) and Malacca are warm throughout the year, their temperatures averaging between 22ºC to 32ºC with rains almost daily. The rains in monsoon aren’t much heavier than those that occur throughout the year. The highlands, which are located about 1,500m above sea level have cooler nights where the temperature dips down to a pleasant 15 ºC, a splendid climate for growing flowers, fruits and tea you could offer a guest. A routine day here would have the day with blue skies, wet afternoons in the rain, and chilly night. You can expect the most rainfall in between September and early December.
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