Why Malaysia

Supportive Government Policies and Ease of doing business

Government policies that maintain a business environment with opportunities for growth and profits have made Malaysia an attractive manufacturing and export base in the region. The private sector in Malaysia has become partners with the public sector in achieving the nation's development objectives.

Some policies include Liberal Equity Policy, Employment of Expatriates and Attractive Tax Incentives.

The World Bank ranked Malaysia the 12th most competitive economy in the world for doing business, in the Ease of Doing Business Report 2013, ahead of Singapore, Hong Kong and South Korea. Malaysia is also ranked fourth among 13 leading investment destinations in Asia, according to The Economist 2013 Asia Business Outlook Survey

These rankings illustrate Malaysia’s transformation within a very short span of time, indicating that more global companies are now evaluating Malaysia as a possible destination or base for their regional growth ambitions.

Its strong growth in the region makes Malaysia an attractive destination for foreign companies to want to use Malaysia as their regional base to enter other markets in Southeast Asia or to the Asia Pacific region.

Developed Infrastructure

Malaysia's consistent effort in developing and upgrading its infrastructure has resulted in one of the well-developed infrastructure among the newly industrialising countries of Asia.

Infrastructure includes Network of Highways connecting major towns in Malaysia, Efficient Seaports equipped with modern facilities, International Airports connecting Malaysia to the world and Hi-Tech communications: mobile, WiFi and broadband services

Industrial Training

Collaborative efforts between the Malaysian government, enterprises and foreign governments have resulted in a number programmes established to meet the growing requirements of the industrial sector. There are also several advanced skills training institutes to provide necessary training

Financial Facilities

Investors can take advantage of the sophisticated financial facilities are available through domestic and foreign commercial banks and their nationwide network of branches.

Malaysia has also emerged at the forefront in the development of Islamic finance and has a comprehensive and vibrant Islamic financial system which includes Islamic Banking, Islamic Capital Market, Takaful and Retakaful, and Islamic Interbank Money Market.

Quality of Life at Affordable Costs

Malaysia’s rich diversity of cultures, heritage derived from its racial mix of some of the world's oldest civilisations - Malay, Chinese and Indian. This potpourri of race and culture has enabled Malaysians to speak at least two, and even three, languages - Malay (the national language), English, and their own mother tongue. Living in such a cosmopolitan environment, Malaysians are warm, friendly people who easily accept foreigners into their circle of friends.

Enjoy the same standards of living at a much lower cost of living compared to living in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea and Japan.

Excellent facilities are available from international schools, universities, medical centres, comfortable housing to world-class cafes, restaurants and shopping malls.

Strategic Location and Safe from Natural Disaster

Malaysia is strategically located in the South East Asia, right in the crossroad of the East-West routes.

Malaysia ranks high in safety, with a stable political environment and free from most natural disasters