Malaysia

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Turkish Expats in Malaysia?

Connect with fellow Turks in Malaysia
Get information in our Malaysia guide
Join exciting events and activities
Exchange tips about expat life in Malaysia

Adam Malewski

"With all the great information on this site, getting settled in Kuala Lumpur was a piece of cake."

Yasmin Krüger-Darango

"A former business partner recommended InterNations to me when I moved abroad to Malaysia. We still use it to stay in touch."

InterNations – Uniting Turks living in Malaysia

Would you like to get in touch with other Turks in Malaysia? Are you in need of help and advice from your Turkish compatriots? Or would you like to join other Turkish expats on an excursion to discover sights and landmarks – e.g. the topical rainforests (two of which are World Heritage Sites)?

Whether you have settled as an expat in Malaysia or are still living in Turkey and planning your upcoming foreign assignment, InterNations Malaysia offers everything you need: Established in 2007, our trusted community soon became the leading platform for international networking among expatriates and global minds around the world. Our network also counts a considerable number of Turkish expats in Malaysia, coming from all corners of Turkey - from Ankara, over Istanbul to Antalya.

Meet other Turks at our events in Malaysia

Attend our monthly events and activities for Turks expatriates to get to know like-minded expatriates in real life.

Find More Information in Our Malaysia Expat Guides

Forum Posts by Turks in Malaysia

Get trustworthy advice and local insights from fellow Turks in our Malaysia expat forums.

Find Tips and Advice on Malaysia from Turkish Expats

Of course, expat living in Malaysia is not just about shipping your belongings and filing in some bureaucratic papers. Regular socializing with fellow Turks is an essential part of expat life and helps getting accustomed to the Malaysian way of life and mentality. InterNations helps you connect and meet up with other Turks in Malaysia, residing in Kuala Lumpur, Kuantan, George Town and many other places throughout the country. Just take a look at our group of Turks in Kuala Lumpur or Turks in Penang.

If you ever wish to have a chat in your native language, discover where to shop for Turkish food or discuss your favorite sports team's latest match, become a member of the Malaysian InterNations Community:

  • Look up our top quality network to get to know open-minded expats from Turkey in Malaysia.
  • Obtain and share insider tips in our Malaysia Expat Forums – e.g. how to hire a babysitter fluent in your native tongue for your children or where to get köfte in Kuantan.
  • Search the InterNations Places database for Malaysia to get information on institutions from your home country, including the Turkish embassy.

From the topical rainforests (two of which are World Heritage Sites) to the urban agglomeration of the Klang Valley, we’ll help you connect with supportive and friendly Turkish expats in Malaysia.

Join Our Expat Activities and Mingle with Fellow Turks in Malaysia

Moreover, please feel free to attend our regular expat events and activities in Malaysia. Our get-togethers are very diverse and range from a cozy gathering to enjoy the traditional Malaysian nasi lemak, to big expat celebrations with hundreds of participants in Kuala Lumpur’s best locations. You can also participate in one of our expat trips to go and see the self-proclaimed world's oldest rainforest as well as other beautiful landmarks in Malaysia.

Our meet-ups and activities are a great opportunity to mingle with expats from Turkey and various other countries in a casual setting. Interested? Just sign up and you’ll soon be receiving a cordial Merhaba from our Turks living in Malaysia!

Adam Malewski

"With all the great information on this site, getting settled in Kuala Lumpur was a piece of cake."

Yasmin Krüger-Darango

"A former business partner recommended InterNations to me when I moved abroad to Malaysia. We still use it to stay in touch."

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