There are some excellent international schools as well as private colleges and universities which already attract many foreigners in Malaysia. One of them are as follows:
Kingsley International School, The International School of Kuala Lumpur, Dalat International School, Kolej Tuanku Ja’afar , Limkokwing University, Methodist College Kuala Lumpur, Help University, Taylor’s University / Taylor’s College, University of Nottingham and many more.
Malaysia is a federal constitutional elective monarchy. The system of government is closely modelled on that of the Westminster parliamentary system, a legacy of British colonial rule. The head of state is the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, commonly referred to as the King. The King is elected to a five-year term by and from among the nine hereditary rulers of the Malay states; the other four states, which have titular Governors, do not participate in the selection. By informal agreement the position is systematically rotated among the nine, and has been held by Abdul Halim of Kedah since December 2011.The King’s role has been largely ceremonial since changes to the constitution in 1994, picking ministers and members of the upper house.
If you are into business and you want to start abusiness in Malaysia, then you should try to think abut these business opportunities. These are the current top 4 business trends in Malaysia.
Setting up a Travel Agency
Malaysia is not only known as business hub but also a tourist hub, there will be people coming I and out the country.
If you have quite a huge capital you can buy and build a resort. Since Malaysia is one of the most sought to travel destination in the world. There will be tourist all year round.
Malaysians, like every other people, love fashion. They show great concern for what they wear and what they look like
Foods and snacks
You can tell by the ambiance when you go out on the streets in Malaysia that they are huge Foodies. And food always sell whenever you are.