Education is a big consideration for expatriate families. Parents must be sure that the new system can cater academically and socially.Employment
Doing business anywhere in the world demands one thing—common sense, but be aware, business tactics vary from country to country.Essential Documents
All visitors to Malaysia must be in possession of legitimate documents such as a passport or similarly recognised document.Getting Around
Exactly how to get around is an immediate conundrum facing all newcomers to Malaysia.
Welcome to the guide that will provide you information on the finest educational establishments to nurture your children.Standing Ovation
Suddenly the red marker etchings in the first box catches the corner of your eye. “S-U-M-M-E-R H-O-L-I-D-A-Y-S”. Alarm bells shriek - Code Red!
With an influx of foreign talent, schools and universities, EL talks to a few principals find out about their visions for the future.Reaching Out Responsibly
Educators are mentors and it's through them that young minds are shaped successfully. Discover how CSR plays a role in the molding process.
Homes & Property
Given the favourable housing market in Malaysia, it comes as little surprise that more expatriates are making their second home here.Renting Property
The majority of expatriates in Malaysia decide to rent a property for the duration of their time spent here.
Bordering the very centre of Kuala Lumpur is the Golden Triangle; the centre for commerce, entertainment and residential developments.Types of Property
Following the adrenaline-fuelled buzz of departure, flight and arrival, making your new base feel like home is undeniably difficult.
Agua succeeds in creating a substitute which is much appreciated when you desire a change from Asian food.Luna & Cristallo di Luna
Not a champagne lounge per se, Luna continues to draw the decadent crowd with its stunning views and amazing alfresco ambiance.