On English-speaking islands you can enjoy island life with some of the familiarity of home. Visit or relocate to any...Read more
Infrastructure in Malaysia is excellent and constantly improving. It is arguably one of the most well-developed countries in Asia, making it a great choice for both lifestyle and for business or investment.
Malaysian infrastructure has always been good due to its colonial history, but also unevenly distributed throughout the country for this same reason. While towns colonized by the British inherited a skeleton of infrastructure, these were but oases in a desert. When the country gained independence in the 1957 the new government actively invested in national infrastructure, expanding and connecting highways, railroads, seaports, and airports.
In the past couple of decades the government has focused on modernizing the country, encouraging technological advancements in the country to improve satellite, Internet, and general communications.
The road systems in Eastern Malaysia are less developed than in the rest of the country.
Bukit Bintang (meaning "Star Hill")—a lively neighborhood in the heart of Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur—has, at its heart, the food...Read more
We've all read axioms about travel... "It's not the destination, it's the journey... " Or this from J.R.R. Tolkien: "Not all those who wander are lost... " Or this gem from Caskie Stinnett, which rings so true to me: "I travel a lot; I hate having my life disrupted by routine." Why, when choosing to retire abroad, must it be a matter of exchanging one home in one location for another in a new location? One daily routine for another?...Read more