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property in Malaysia3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHROOM. Middle floor, Corner unit facing swimming pool. Located right beside Sunway Putra Mall (the Mall) to be opening soon with plenty of restaurants,shops and entertainment. Also located opposite PWTC.
property in MalaysiaRadius Residence is a low-rise apartment within resort setting nestled in Selayang Heights close to natural resource hot spring lake, park which provides a quiet, tranquil environment.
bintang replied to the thread Health Insurance on the Malaysia forum on April 29, 2015:
roystevenung initially posted:
Hi I am planning to retire on MM2H at Penang early 2016 and would like to look at a local health insurance. Can anyone advice?
bintang replied on April 29, 2015 with:
Hi, we decided to go for Axa SmartCare Optimum, because they offer renewal up to age 80 and a coverage up to RM500,000.00. Have a look: http://www.axa.com.my/132/en/health-insurance/personal/smartcare-optimum But you must be age 59 or below to apply.
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Expat Report Review of Kingsley international school in Putra heights, Malaysia was published
Review-of-Kingsley international school
How would you describe the facilities at this school? What extra-curricular activities are available?
Extra curricular activities are mostly run by same school teachers and not worth the money you are spending (Continue)
property in MalaysiaThe Eve Suite is located in Ara Damansara which is next to a train station (LRT) which is currently being built. Ara Damansara is a cozy, well developed housing area in the suburb. it is only a 30 minutes drive to KL, 15 minutes drive to Bangsar and Mont Kiara and with a easy access to LDP and NKVE and 5 minutes drive to the Subang Airport! Finally the apartment is nearby to shops and shopping malls for your guilty pleasures. For more information please call Afiq for viewing @ +601136432711.
karimo replied to the thread Moving to KL and looking for a roommate on the Malaysia forum:
Reese initially posted:
Hello, My name is Reese and I am likely moving to KL in May. I am hoping to find someone who is also moving to KL around the same time and would like to have a roommate OR someone who is already in KL and is in need of a roommate. I believe living with another local or expat will help with the transition both socially and financially. I will have 3 to 4 weeks of temporary housing so I do not need to set something up until then. However, I would like to uncover any opportunities now if they exist. I am guy, 25 years old, and outgoing/social. Once I arrive we could meet up and see if it's a match! I look forward to hearing back from you. Cheers, Reese
karimo replied on April 27, 2015 with:
am algerian national ,moving to kuala lampur in close future are you you interested to share regards
lynne05elmo29 replied on March 19, 2014 with:
Hello, You might want to try the following web sites for rental. For short term rental: www.ibilik.com Long term rental: www.iproperty.com Good luck Elmo
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A one and half storey bungalow for rent. Strategically located and very accessible to North Shouth highway with plenty of amenities nearby. Guarded area.
CindyWoon posted House to rent in Malacca on the Malaysia forum on April 26, 2015:
Hi, I have a property in Malacca which i wish to rent out. It is a one and half storey bungalow, located at Paya Rumput. Very accessible to the North-South highway with plenty amenities around the housing area. The area is guarded and neighbours are friendly,mostly working professionals. Interested parties, do feel free to contact me at 012-3018259 or you may also email me at cindy@bgc-group.com
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property in MalaysiaThis fully furnished property is located near Bukit Bintang, Golden Triangle. It takes 5mins walk to Jalan Raja Chulan, Jalan Alor, Sg Wang, Lot 10, Fahrenheit 88.
SGtoMAL posted Working & Living in Kuching on the Malaysia forum on April 22, 2015:
Hi all, I have a condo in Kuching, but I live and work in Singapore. I would like to shift over to live/work full time in Kuching (I can set up my business from home). A few questions, which I can’t seem to get clear answers on: 1) Can I, as a foreigner, start a business (Sole Proprietor, etc) in Kuching? The websites I’ve checked seem to say only a citizen or PR. If I start the biz, I would hope I can then apply for Employment Pass under this biz. Does it work like that? 2) I may have an opportunity to partner with someone who already owns/runs a biz there. Can I invest in this biz and become part owner? Will that allow me to have a Work Pass? And eventually, would that allow me to bring my wife and kid on dependent pass? 3) Any other info / advice related to this would be much appreciated
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