Malaysia - Natural Factors

Malaysia is rich in natural charm and appeal. Below are some of the reasons why Malaysia is the popular holiday and investment location it is today.

Strategic location

Malaysia’s close proximity to Australia, Bali and Singapore attracts increasing numbers of tourists from these countries as well as much direct foreign investment from China and Japan as well as from the United States.

Malaysia is well served by budget UK flights with prices starting at only £285. In addition, Malaysia is connected by low cost regional flights by Air Asia from major S.E. Asian cities, creating easy access for a growing influx of visitors.

English language

English is widely spoken, making a property investment in Malaysia transparent while all property sale agreements are written clearly in English. In addition, English language newspapers, radio and television are available everywhere, making a move here almost like home from home.


Malaysia offers holiday makers, re-settlers and investors alike a wonderful climate. The country is generally warm throughout the year with temperatures ranging from 21° to 32°C in the lowlands that are ideal for the average holiday maker seeking a warm and sunny climate.

Food and culture

Many visitors come to Malaysia to enjoy its exotic culture and a rich culinary experience including satay, noodles, nasi lemak, rendand and roti canal, all of which are spicy and full of flavour. A warm, friendly population, a peaceful society and a pro-British environment make for a highly attractive destination.

Sports activities

Superb golf and other sports facilities are available in Malaysia. The country is renowned for its beautiful landscapes and it is fast emerging as South-East Asia's premier golfing destination with some 200 quality golf courses on offer. Many of these courses are designed to international standards and are equipped with all modern amenities and facilities.

Malaysia is also a famous angling location and some of the country’s rivers and seas hold prime game fish, including marlin, sailfish, tuna, barracuda, amberjack and dorado. Inland, fishermen hunt for the prized red mahseer or ‘kelah’, a powerful freshwater fish to be found in clear water, fast-flowing rivers such as those in Endau-Rompin Park.

Malaysia also offers world class diving. Rich coral beds and beautiful aquatic life provide some memorable diving.

Sandy beaches

Extensive white sandy beaches continue to draw holidaymakers, particularly around our featured coastal destinations at Banyan Curve and The Legend water chalets at Port Dickson. In fact, Port Dickson is synonymous with sun and fun on the beach. Situated a mere 32km from Seremban and 60km from Kuala Lumpur, Port Dickson has long been a weekend retreat for many inlanders, especially those seeking a temporary escape from the hustle and bustle of a hectic and stressful life in the city.

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