In Southeast Asia, Malaysia, once one of the four Asian tigers, has a beautiful living environment, a quality education system, a perfect social welfare system, a variety of food and island views, attracting tourists from all over the world to visit and feel all year round. Local culture and customs.
Today, Lao Xie talks to the reader about this middle class’s best choice – Malaysia’s second home, which is a long-term visa, not permanent identity, no age limit, no language requirements, no immigration supervision, no funds The source proves that the whole family will be reunited for three generations, and they will enjoy free medical care and international education. Those who meet the requirements can enjoy the joint entrance examination of overseas Chinese students.
No matter whether you avoid smog, do not want your child to receive exam-oriented education, or avoid the cold winter migratory bird life, etc., you will want to immigrate and emigrate. There are many factors that need to be considered when choosing a destination. If you are Chinese stomach, Malaysia has cuisines from all over China, you can easily find the taste of hometown. Sichuan, Shandong, Jiangsu, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Anhui, Hunan, and Anhui have everything you need. If you want your child to receive Western education earlier, Malaysia has top IG and IB schools, and the price is more reasonable. International schools seamlessly connect with internationally renowned universities in Europe, America and Australia. The University Doubles program is also a good choice. The overseas Chinese students’ joint entrance exam is the best choice for children to choose to return to China. If you have a bad language, Malaysian Chinese account for 24%, Kuala Lumpur Chinese account for 45%, and Ipoh and other Chinese people account for 90%. Whether it is a signboard on the road or a daily life, there is no problem in Chinese.
If you want to spend a winter in a warm place and avoid the cold, Malaysia meets all your requirements. Whether it is Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Malacca, Johor Bahru or Sabah in East Malaysia. Pleasant climate, low prices, compared to a certain Asian, a mouth, the price is beyond imagination!
The Malaysian Second Home Project started from a long-term residency program for foreign retired people in Malaysia in 1996, the “Silver Hair Project”, which encourages foreign retired people to travel to Malaysia with their pensions and stay for a long time. life.
The Malaysian Second Home Project is a policy of the Malaysian government to attract foreign capital, promote tourism and develop the economy. The aim is to encourage foreigners to live in Malaysia for a longer period of time. Since its implementation, the Malaysian Second Home Project has attracted a large number of foreigners to settle in Malaysia with its lower threshold, simpler procedures and more favorable treatment. It has opened up a path for attracting foreign investment in Malaysia and has become a tourist in Malaysia. A unique landscape.
Since the implementation of the project was effective, in 2002 the government decided to officially rename the “Silver Hair Project” to the “Malaysia Second Home Project”. The target is no longer limited to retired people, but to foreigners over 21 years of age. Once the second home project was implemented, it received enthusiastic response from the applicant. In 2003 alone, the application volume reached the sum of 1996 and 2002. By the end of 2009, the Malaysian government had approved a total of 32,063 eligible foreign individuals or families to settle in Malaysia. According to the latest State Administration of Taxation document issued in 2009, all Chinese citizens applying for the second home in Malaysia can apply for overseas Chinese status within 18 years of their residency and enjoy the many of the national “Overseas Protection Law”. interest.
Malaysia has a stable political and economic environment, complete infrastructure, convenient transportation by sea, land and air. The climate is warm and moderate all year round. Multi-racial, multi-cultural, multi-lingual, lifestyle and Chinese-Western combination, low consumption levels. If you are only a high net worth group, non-super high net worth, Malaysia has no pressure on your funds. 300,000 Malaysian Ringgit is worth about 500,000 RMB to be deposited in a designated bank in Malaysia with an annual interest rate of more than 3%. In the second year, 50% can be taken for buying a car, buying a house, and educating. Abandon all deposits at any time by giving up the identity of the second home. From this point of view, Malaysia’s second home is the best choice!