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InterNations - a trusted Network & Guide for Expats in Malaysia

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  • Receive reliable information and exchange insider tips about the Malaysian expat living
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Welcome to the InterNations Expats Forum for Malaysia!

Assallamaleicum, and a warm welcome to the InterNations Malaysia expats forum! As a current or soon-to-be expat in Kuala Lumpur, or any other of the Malaysian expat hotspots like Kuantan, you will doubtlessly have numerous questions about expat life. Become a member of our InterNations community in Malaysia and find reliable tips on the successive stages of the relocation process. No matter if you’re enquiring about visa or immigration documents at the Malaysian embassy, looking for expat housing in George Town, or would like to see the Malaysian attractions, like tea plantations in the Cameron Highlands – who knows more about such things than other expats? Our expat forums for Malaysia can connect you with local expat circles.

Latest Posts in Malaysia Expat Forum

 Malaysia Expat Q&A

Re: Nilai International School

Thanks again, but not for me, I am more a secondary school teacher.

Re: Dependant visa

Agree with Diana. Your employer should be able to help. The other option is that he returns bac...

In need of an Irish Times newspaper

Hi guys, I am in serious need of an Irish times, I previously had my own copy but someone threw ...

 Malaysia Town Talk


"Love make love Love gives life Life bears pain Pain breads dread Dreads give courage Courage ...

Re: RE posting the Party

Hi Linda, Happy to see that you have posted your party again with the agreement of the quality co...


CATERHAM Caterham: team hands over management to administrators The bosses of Caterham F1 hav...

 Malaysia Expat Housing

Looking for studio/room to rent

Hi everyone, I am looking for place near by Asia jaya (in Istara condo) or KL central lrt statio...

F/furnished ensuite room in Bukit Bintang

Fully furnished ensuite room available in 2 bedroom new apartment in Bukit Bintang. Building has po...

2 bedroom unit @Setiawalk puchong

Hello Friends, I am leaving Malaysia by end of November. If anyone is interested to rent out the...

 Malaysia Expat Jobs

Re: Expat teachers required Kuala Lumpur

Hi Lynee, Is this open for Ph.D candidates like me? I have almost 5 years teaching experience f...

Re: NATIVE English speakers required - enquire within

Hi Philip, I PM'ed you as well as left you my email id. Regards, Mayura

Online Customer Service Representative

Dear all, I have an exciting job opening for those who speak the following languages: Malaysi...

 Malaysia Expat Marketplace

Re: Needed

How much the sofa?

Re: King Sized carved bed and side tables for sale

HI There, I can email photos to you. I'm a bit of a techno idiot. The bed is from Pinkys in ...

Re: Car For Sale

Hi! What is the milage and price on this? Thanks!

Members assist Members in the Malaysia Expat Forums

Our trust-based community was developed to help expatriates in Malaysia swap suggestions and advice on all expat-relevant enquiries, e.g., ʺWhich national expat associations are there in Kuala Lumpur?ʺ or ʺIs it acceptable or frowned upon to eat local food with your hands in a restaurant?ʺ. In a community that’s all about expat living in Malaysia, from nasi lemak to Vesak Festival, the participants of the expat forum Malaysia can find fellow expats and internationally minded locals to receive trustworthy and up-to-date responses. On the InterNations Expat Forum for Malaysia, there will always be another expat member to make life abroad easier.

From socializing and expat clubs to cultural etiquette: The Expat Forum Malaysia leaves no Question unanswered

If you require even more information on expat topics like housing and household in Kuala Lumpur or local organisations and companies in Kuantan, you could also browse our Malaysia Expat Guide, another useful resource in addition to the expat forums. Moreover, in our World Forum you can talk about international politics, intercultural misunderstandings, making friends as an expatriate and other general expat issues. However, for expat assistance on all local matters - from socializing and expat clubs to cultural etiquette - just join the InterNations Malaysia expat forums.

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