• Priced significantly lower than regional peers
  • Attractive foreign exchange rate
  • Amazing product quality
  • Upcoming infrastructure progress with 5 MRT lines ongoing, and High Speed Rail connection between KL and Singapore
  • Stable average annual price growth of 8-10%
  • Major luxury brands entering the KLCC market including Four Seasons, Harrods, Kempinski, W Hotel, Banyan Tree
  • 10 year social visit visa, with no minimum stay requirement
  • Tax free vehicle and tax exemptions on offshore income
  • Required deposit may be used to purchase property
  • Global leader in Islamic Finance, with two thirds of global Sukuk issued and underwritten by Malaysian banks
  • Registered 5.5% GDP growth in 2014 with projected 5% growth for 2015
  • USD 80 bil Malaysian Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) sets Malaysia to achieve developed nation status by 2020
  • Greater KL Initiative to achieve top 20 Global City ranking by 2020. Successfully attracted close to 50 MNCs to set up regional offices, and aims to create 300,000 new jobs
  • Properties in Malaysia can be 100% foreign owned
  • Financing options available for foreigners both traditional and syariah compliant
  • No restriction on resale
  • No restriction on number of properties
  • Attractive exchange rate
  • 3rd best Healthcare System in the 2014 Global Retirement Index, by American publication, International Living
  • 95 out of 100 points with medical expertise that is equal or better than most Western countries
  • Free from natural disasters
  • Tropical weather all year round
  • One of the safest countries in South East Asia
  • Combination of city, beach, island, jungle, highlands and much more
  • Key bilateral collaborations
    • Qatar : Lot K in KLCC Masterplan incorporating Fairmont Hotel and Grade A Plus Office space
    • Qatar : World's first Harrod's Luxury Hotel
    • Dubai : Emaar invested into Tradewinds Centre
    • Saudi Arabia : PetroSaudi investment with 1MDB
    • Abu Dhabi : Aabar Investments with 1MDB; stake in RHB Bank
    • Banking : Kuwait Finance House, Al-Rajhi Bank, Dubai Group (Bank Islam)
  • Survey by Singapore-based Muslim travel consultancy, Crescentrating
  • Attracted 1.5mil tourists from Middle East in 2014
  • Over 70,000 foreign students from more than 100 different countries
  • Cost competitive - low living costs, twinning programmes with foreign universities
  • Branch campuses from key global institutions, including Marlborough College, Nottingham University, Monash University, University of Reading, Newcastle University Medicine, Heriot-Watt University, Raffles University, and more
  • Harmonious multicultural living
  • Coveted variety of cuisine across the price spectrum
  • Peaceful and stable government
  • Low inflation, high employment and high literacy
  • Multi-lingual