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EstherNL posted Work + visa in KL for expats on the Malaysia forum on October 21, 2014:
Hi, we are from Europe, living in Panama now, and planning to move to Malaysia in December/January next. Any tips on job offers for expats in marketing, procurement or hr? And what about the work permit and visa for Malaysia? Many thanks in advance!
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EstherNL posted Working + visa KL on the Malaysia forum on October 21, 2014:
We are living in Panama now and planning to move to Malaysia (KL) in december or january next. Any tips for job offers/networking for expats in Marketing, Procurement or HR? And about the work permit and visa, we need some help too regarding regulations... Many thanks for your help!
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PISFair posted 4th Private and International School Fair in Kuala Lumpur on the Malaysia forum on October 15, 2014:
Join us at the 4th Private & International School Fair in Kuala Lumpur! With over 90 international schools in the country and more to open in the near future, parents today have many options from which to choose. To find out more about curricula, fees, location, facilities, extracurricular activities, languages offered, teaching staff, and options for boarding at these schools, come to the 4th Private & International School Fair incorporating preschools and learning centres in Kuala Lumpur in Nov 2014 at the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre. Organised by Mint Communications, this fair aims to provide the ideal platform for schools to meet with parents, and for parents to find a suitable school for their children. The fair begins at 11am and finishes at 6pm on both days and admission is free. This fair will truly be your gateway to a world of learning opportunities within and beyond the classroom - an event not to be missed! Admission to the fair is free. Visitors will also be able to purchase a copy of the Education Destination Malaysia: Guide to International & Private Schools at a discounted price. The guide not only provides information of schools and curricula but also includes articles on how to choose a school. For more information visit us at or call Mint Communications at +603-7986 0070 You can visit our events page directly at
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noraliza replied to the thread Help finding marketing job on the Malaysia forum:
kristinrae initially posted:
Hi, everyone! My husband and I want to move abroad and have decided on Malaysia. We have have one child (age 12). I have been scouring the Internet trying to find a job. I have an MBA with a marketing concentration. I have been working as a graphic designer for the past 4 year but my passion is marketing. Can anyone let me know of companies that would hire a me with 0-2 years marketing experience? I can't wait to hear from everyone!
noraliza replied on October 13, 2014 with:
Hi, I'am Liza from Johor, Malaysia. May I know which part of Malaysia you will stay? In Malaysia especially kuala lumpur, there are huge opportunities for women to build up career with good income.
alanwood replied on October 07, 2014 with:
Hello there ! I may be able to help you if you can find contacts in local government or interested businessmen We are now looking for contacts in malaysia to look at our literature for our tyre and plastic recycling plants. We are technically advanced and our plats are environmentally friendly and we extract oil !! Please forward your email and I´ll send you our literature. We pay a minimum of 20,000 dollars per plant sold Our prices are a quarter of the price of other plants and they have been tested in India nonstop for almost 3 years now. My email is Best wishes Alan Wood
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stephenjgolding posted Living in Kuching on the Malaysia forum:
Hi I'm in Kuching this week anybody available to meet up with for coffee. to chat about living here Regards Stephen Golding
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aqsa replied to the thread moving to malaysia on the Malaysia forum:
afrazaara initially posted:
iam moving to Malaysia in sep 2014 plz help me wid average cost of living there and schools as well as accommodation in Malaysia ive never been there
aqsa replied most recently with:
Hello guys! want to share my experience with you If you are looking for an apartment or room wants to rent out your place , you might want to check out PlaceMatch Singapore. Posting an ad is Free and I found it to be useful in finding my place. Hope that helps Cheers, Aqsa Rao
noraliza replied most recently with:
Hi, I am from Malaysia. I would like to know your city location so that I can comment more correctly.
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vicky23 replied to the thread Require 2nd Hand Furnitures on the Malaysia forum:
vicky23 initially posted:
Hi there, I require 2nd furnitures for my condo unit. Good usable ones preferably a coffee table, queen or king size or bed, front load washing machine or a washing machine dryer, a cupboard and a sofa. If anyone is relocating and if you want to sell your items, pls email at Thank you.
vicky23 replied most recently with:
Jalan Bukit Indah, Johor baru (Malaysia)
noraliza replied most recently with:
Hi, may I know your location city?
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noraliza replied to the thread Recommedation for nice hotel in Johur Bahru on the Malaysia forum:
hbft58 initially posted:
We are planning to fly into Singapore and stay in Johur Bahru at hotel and take taxi to hotel close to the Causeway.
noraliza replied most recently with:
Hi, I'm from Johor Bahru. If you want to go to Singapore, there are 2 alternatives. One is through Woodland and another one is Tuas. Woodland toll cost is cheaper than Tuas. If you want to use bus or MRT to travel in Singapore, I suggest you to find a hotel located in Wong Ah Fook road. Maybe Hotel Puteri Pacific Johor Bahru is better because you can just walk to CIQ (southern intergrated gateway Johor-Singapore). If your want further explanation, you can email me at
mytwocents replied most recently with:
many tourist guides often use the train to bring in people in and out of singapore-johor bahru. you might want to try those because it certainly beat the jam and from the jb & singapore train complex you can get taxis easily. of course cost $ and flexible time schedule. the timing is critical, avoid early morning hours. definitely fully packed but not so at night.
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noraliza replied to the thread Good International schools in Johor Bharu, Malaysia please.. on the Malaysia forum:
mrsmenon initially posted:
We will be moving to Johore Bharu, Malaysia in June.The place we will be residing is at Nusajaya/Nusaindah/Ledang East just somewhere 20minutes away from Singapore We would like to place our son who is 4in one of the good international schools there.Can some friends out thete help us by sharing your views which is the best schools to send where teachers take good careof children, schools with good facilities and syllabus? Thank you
noraliza replied most recently with:
Hi, I am living in Johor Bahru. Have you find the school?
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