Top company in penang: Malaysia’s 15 Most Attractive Companies to Work for in 2021

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Malaysia’s 15 Most Attractive Companies to Work for in 2021

We’re almost reaching to the end of 2020 which means everyone has created their own New Year’s resolution. Career-related resolutions often include finding a new job at the most attractive companies or finally getting that long-overdue promotion in your current organisation.

If you’re on the hunt for a new placement, January and February are known to be the best time to do so. Seeing that now, most companies have updated their budgets and sales forecast and employers are able to look into the opportunities of hiring new team members.

Thus, here is a breakdown on the top 15 companies to work for in Malaysia in 2021:

15. BDO Malaysia

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BDO Malaysia is a member firm of BDO International, the world’s fifth largest network of professional firms providing audit and assurance, advisory and tax services to businesses ranging from establish multinational conglomerates to growth-oriented organisations. The company has more than 50 years of experience in Malaysia’s commercial landscape. Thus, they have built a strong reputation as a top quality professional services provider with a team close to 1000 staffs led by over 90 Partners and Directors through offices in several ASEAN countries.

To learn more about career opportunities with BDO, click here.

14. Gamuda Berhad

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Gamuda Berhad is an engineering, property and one of Malaysia’s largest infrastructure companies with a proven track record of delivering innovative breakthrough solutions worldwide. As a result, the company currently has over 4100 employees and has successfully created 130,000 jobs through infrastructure projects. Gamuda’s Property Development includes Gamuda Cove, Gamuda Gardens, Kundasang Estates and Horizon Hills. The first digital Industrialised Building System (IBS) in Malaysia was successfully establish by the company in Sepang.

To learn more about career opportunities with Gamuda, click here.

13. United Overseas Bank Malaysia (UOB)

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United Overseas Bank Malaysia (UOB) was incorporated in 1993 and is rated among the top banks in Malaysia with a long-term ‘AAA’ from Ratings Agency Malaysia. Hence, UOB Malaysia has 45 branches across the country and has the largest branch network of any foreign bank operating. In order to provide the best services, the company ensures to deliver solutions that meet the customers’ financial goals and suit their lifestyles as well as preferences that ranges from personal financial services, corporate and commercial banking, Islamic banking and more.

To learn more about career opportunities with UOB, click here.

12. Great Eastern Life Malaysia (GELM)

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Great Eastern Life began its operations in 1908 as a branch office of The Great Eastern Life Assurance Company before transferring to a locally incorporated public company, GELM. Afterward, the company was certified by The Malaysia Book of Records in 1998 as “The Oldest and Largest Life Insurer” in Malaysia. Until now, GELM has 21 branches nationwide and products including life insurance plans, investment-linked plans, mortgage protection and more. For this reason, the company continues to set new standards as an industry leader and had successfully provided innovative financial solutions to generations of Malaysians.

To learn more about career opportunities with GELM, click here.

11. British American Tobacco Malaysia (BAT)

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British American Tobacco Malaysia is the leading tobacco company in Malaysia with approximately 53.9 percent of market share in the legal market. Their strong position has successfully been built upon a portfolio of high-quality tobacco brands that were developed to meet the needs of all consumer needs. BAT currently have 497 employees directly who are involved in a wide spectrum of disciplines, from generating insights, developing brands and making these available on a national level. Henceforth, the company aims to maintain their position as one of the leading companies in Malaysia by providing satisfaction for consumers with a strong portfolio of products.

To learn more about career opportunities with BAT, click here.

10. Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB)

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Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) is a Malaysian airport company that manages most of the airports in Malaysia. Until now, its head office is still in the Malaysia Airports Corporate Office in the Persiaran Korporat KLIA in Sepang. In addition, MAHB’s present corporate structure includes several operating subsidiaries, including Malaysia Airports Sdn. Bhd. (MASB), Malaysia Airports (Sepang) Sdn. Bhd., Malaysia Airports (Niaga), and many more. Thus, the Group has a total staff strength of over 10,000 deployed across 39 offices nationwide.

To learn more about career opportunities with MAHB, click here.

Related: Top 7 Management Trainee Programmes for Graduates in Malaysia

 

9. Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB)

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Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is the only electricity utility company in Peninsular Malaysia and also the largest publicly-listed power company in Southeast Asia. Therefore, the company is listed on the main board of Bursa Malaysia and employs approximately 33,500 staff to serve a customer base of over 8.4 million in Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah & Labuan. Additionally, TNB’s core activities are related to the generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity across the nation. Until now, TNB operations span across several nations outside Malaysia, including Indonesia, India, Pakistan, and Mauritius.

To learn more about career opportunities with TNB, click here.

 

8. Sunway

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Founded by Jeffrey Cheah, Sunway Berhad (or Sunway Group) is a Malaysian conglomerate company. It was formed following a merger between Sunway City Berhad (SunCity) and Sunway Holdings Berhad in 2011. Following the success of the Sunway City township, the Group diversified into property investment, leisure and entertainment, hospitality and healthcare. Till this day, Sunway maintains property development and construction as its two core businesses and key contributors to company profitability.

To learn more about career opportunities with Sunway, click here.

 

7. Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) Services

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Hewlett-Packard (M) Sdn. Bhd. manufactures personal computing and access devices, servers, and imaging solutions for consumers, enterprises, and medium businesses. The company was founded in 1978 and is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Hewlett-Packard (M) Sdn. Bhd. operates as a subsidiary of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) Company, an American multinational enterprise IT company founded in 2015 as part of splitting off the Hewlett-Packard company into HPE and HP Inc. The latter business entity retained the old HP’s personal computer and printing business.

To learn more about career opportunities with Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, click here.

 

6. Sime Darby

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Sime Daby Berhad is a Malaysia-based multinational conglomerate that is involved in 5 core sectors which include plantations, property, industrial, motors, and logistics. In addition to having over 100 years of experience, they also have a workforce of more than 20,000 employees. Sime Darby has set up their head office in Kuala Lumpur and has successfully operate and serve in 18 countries and territories across the Asia Pacific region.

To learn more about career opportunities with Sime Darby, click here.

 

5. IBM Malaysia

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IBM was first established in Malaysia in June 1961 and, since then, has played a major role in delivering solutions to all types of Malaysian businesses across all industries. Over the decades, IBM Malaysia has contributed toward assisting Malaysia achieve its vision aligned to the national agenda. Over the decades, the company continues to provide state-of-the-art technologies, enabling local companies to compete effectively both locally and globally. IBM Malaysia moved into its new MSC-certified HQ building in Bandar Utama in 2006.

To learn more about career opportunities with IBM Malaysia, click here.

 

4. AirAsia

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AirAsia is a leading Malaysian low-cost airline service headquartered near Kuala Lumpur. Until now, it is still the largest airline in Malaysia by fleet size and destinations with domestic and international flight operations to over 165 destinations spanning across 25 countries. Moreover, it has several affiliate airlines across the region, including Thai AirAsia, Indonesia AirAsia, Philippines AirAsia, AirAsia India, and AirAsia X (which focuses on long-haul routes). Over the past 10 years, AirAsia has continuously been awarded by Skytrax as the World’s Best Low-Cost Airline, from 2009 to 2018.

To learn more about career opportunities with AirAsia, click here.

 

3. Nestlé Malaysia

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Nestlé first made its mark in Malaysia in 1912 as the Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company in Penang and later expanded to Kuala Lumpur in 1939. Today, Nestlé Malaysia now employs over 3,500 people and manufactures as well as markets more than 300 Halal products in Malaysia. Known to consumers of all age groups, their household brands include Milo, Nescafe, Maggi, Drumstick (ice cream), Kit Kat, and many more FMCG items.

To learn more about career opportunities with Nestlé Malaysia, click here.

 

2. Shell Malaysia

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Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies that currently employs around 92,000 employees over than 70 nations. Shell has been a partner in fuelling Malaysia’s progress for over 125 years. Their journey with the nation is intertwined. While Shell has played a role in growing the country’s energy sector, Malaysia too has a significant role in the company’s progress. As of today, Shell is still one of the top employers in Malaysia with 1,000+ employed in their upstream, midstream and downstream businesses, as well as in service and support functions.

To learn more about career opportunities with Shell Malaysia, click here.

 

1. Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS)

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Founded in 1974, PETRONAS (short for Petroliam Nasional Berhad) is a Malaysian oil and gas company that is owned by the Government of Malaysia. The corporation is vested with the entire oil and gas resources in Malaysia. Due to that, Petronas is ranked among Fortune Global 500’s largest corporations in the world. In addition to that, Fortune also ranks Petronas as the 12th most profitable company in the world and the most profitable in Asia. Since its incorporation, Petronas has grown to be an integrated international oil and gas company with business interests in 35 countries.

To learn more about career opportunities with PETRONAS, click here.

 

Related: Expand the World’s Biggest Brands at DKSH Malaysia

 


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Lam Research opens largest manufacturing plant in Penang with RM1b investment | Money

The RM1 billion Lam Manufacturing Malaysia plant in Batu Kawan. ― Picture Courtesy of Lam Research Corporation

GEORGE TOWN, Aug 3 ― A leading wafer fabrication equipment company, Lam Research, officially opened its new manufacturing plant at Batu Kawan here today with an investment of RM1 billion.

The facility, which is the company’s largest production facility, has an 800,000 sq ft built-up area.

Lam Manufacturing Malaysia general manager Soon K. Kuek said the initial plan was a 700,000 sq ft facility but they had expanded it and with this, they are also hiring more local employees.

“Early this year, we announced a commitment to hire about 350 workers but we have exceeded this number now and by the end of this year, we will have about 600 employees,” she said during the virtual opening of the facility.

She said the facility is a major manufacturing plant so they will be hiring production technicians, assemblers and operation-centric professionals such as in logistics and the supply chain.

She said Penang has the infrastructure and supply of knowledge-based workers to meet the company’s requirements in setting up the new plant.

Meanwhile, Lam Research Corporation president and chief executive officer Tim Archer said the new plant gave the company confidence in its ability to continue to grow.

“A very large portion of our profits will be from this Malaysian facility and we have plans for a continuous strong partnership with the local supply chain,” he said.

He said the products manufactured at the plant in Penang will occupy an important portion of the company’s total output and thus, the company’s market share will rise to the majority of its output for the Asian region.

Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow, who also attended the virtual launch, said the new plant will integrate smoothly in Penang’s semiconductor supply chain.

“The opening of this plant will further reinforce Penang’s position as a preferred investment location and as the Silicon Valley of the East,” he said.

Lam Research is the first wafer fabrication equipment maker to set up their business operations with a manufacturing plant in Malaysia

In its announcement of financial results for the June 2021 quarter, Lam Research recorded more than 45 per cent revenue growth and an increase of over 70 per cent in earnings per share.

The company recorded a revenue of US$4.15 billion (RM17.53 billion) for the June 2021 quarter.

Archer said a combination of strong semiconductor demand and rising device complexity is driving higher levels of wafer fabrication equipment investment.

“Our technology differentiation and deep collaboration with customers position Lam to extend our leadership across all market segments,” he said.

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Lam Research Strengthens Global Manufacturing Network by Opening Its Largest Manufacturing Facility in Malaysia

Company exceeds initial estimates on facility size and local hiring to meet rising demand

PENANG, Malaysia, Aug. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Lam Research Corporation (Nasdaq: LRCX) today announced the expansion of its global manufacturing capacity with the opening of the company’s largest facility in Batu Kawan, Malaysia. This new manufacturing site will allow Lam to work closely with key customers and supply chain partners in the region, while fortifying the resiliency of the company’s manufacturing network and supporting growth amid rising demand for semiconductor technology.

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“The opening of our new facility in Penang is a critical step we’re taking to meet growing demand for our cutting edge technology, expand our global footprint to better serve our customers and position our company for continued growth,” said Tim Archer, president and CEO of Lam Research Corporation, who was onsite for the opening of the new facility. “I would like to acknowledge the tremendous efforts of Lam’s employees and partners to complete the project on time despite the challenges of the pandemic.

Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow, who attended a virtual ceremony to mark the opening of the facility, stated, “I am encouraged that more global semiconductor companies are expanding their operations to Penang. It is evident that the state government’s efforts to create a sustainable environment, vigorous industrial ecosystem and supportive infrastructure appeals to major investors like Lam.”

Chow added that with the presence of Lam, among the first of the world’s top wafer fabrication equipment makers to establish a manufacturing facility in the country, Penang will be able to move up the global semiconductor value chain by unlocking new opportunities in front-end semiconductor manufacturing. This creates prospects for more high value job opportunities for the local workforce.

“We are proud that Malaysia continues to fit into reputable foreign companies’ growth and business strategy. Lam’s investment is a testament to the competitiveness of our broader manufacturing sector,” said CEO of Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA), Arham Abdul Rahman. “Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, we remain steadfast in creating an environment that is safe and business friendly. The Government, through MIDA, has been hard at work to entice more higher quality investments globally, particularly in the areas of technology and innovation, like Lam, to propel Malaysia to greater heights along the framework of the National Investment Aspirations (NIA).”

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Lam’s facility at Batu Kawan, also known as Lam Research International Sdn Bhd (LRI), was initially planned for a built-up area of 700,000 sq. ft. [Facts link] however has now expanded to more than 800,000 sq. ft. to meet rising demand. In addition, the company has expanded initial hiring projections from 350 [Facts link] to over 600 employees by year end to support its growth.

LRI adds to Lam’s existing manufacturing sites across the world, in Austria, Korea and Taiwan, and the United States. Lam has already shipped its first modules out of the facility and expects to ramp up production across Lam’s entire portfolio of leading-edge products.

LRI’s virtual opening ceremony today was attended by civic leaders including US Ambassador to Malaysia, Brian D. McFeeters; and senior leadership from Lam including the company’s executive vice president of the Customer Support Business Group and Global Operations, Pat Lord, corporate vice president of manufacturing, Mike Snell and LRI’s general manager, Soon Kuek.

About Lam Research Corporation

Lam Research Corporation is a global supplier of innovative wafer fabrication equipment and services to the semiconductor industry. As a trusted, collaborative partner to the world’s leading semiconductor companies, we combine superior systems engineering capability, technology leadership, and unwavering commitment to customer success to accelerate innovation through enhanced device performance. In fact, today, nearly every advanced chip is built with Lam technology. Lam Research (Nasdaq: LRCX) is a FORTUNE 500® company headquartered in Fremont, Calif. , with operations around the globe. Learn more at www.lamresearch.com. (LRCX-B)

Caution Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

Statements made in this press release that are not of historical fact are forward-looking statements and are subject to the safe harbor provisions created by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements relate to but are not limited: timing of construction and commencement of operations of the new facility; Lam’s local sourcing plans as well as the amount of business created by those plans; future customer demand for Lam technology, products, and services; the number and timing of new job opportunities; the size or significance of potential benefits to Lam’s operations, business continuity, and speed to solutions that may result from the new facility; local governments’ future support for the semiconductor industry and the impact on local job creation and opportunities from such support; the future global demand for semiconductors and wafer fabrication equipment as relates to Lam’s products and services specifically and to the wafer fabrication equipment industry generally; future semiconductor supply chain and materials challenges; and the product mix to be manufactured at Lam’s Malaysia facilities. These statements are based on current expectations and are subject to risks, uncertainties, and changes in condition, significance, value and effect, such as construction delays, regulatory requirements, and risks related to recruiting and hiring. These statements are further based on current expectations and are subject to risks, uncertainties, and changes in condition, significance, value and effect including those risks and uncertainties that are described in the documents filed or furnished by us with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including specifically the Risk Factors described in our annual report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended June 28, 2020 and our Form 10-Q for the quarter ended March 28 and June 27, 2021. These uncertainties and changes could materially affect the forward-looking statements and cause actual results to vary from expectations in a material way. The Company undertakes no obligation to update the information or statements made in this release.

SOURCE Lam Research Corporation

Top 10 Mobile App Developers Companies In Malaysia – 2021

Mobile App Development Companies In Malaysia providing professional-level services from mobile business applications to entertainment applications.

In this post, you’ll find the best and most innovative mobile app development companies in the Malaysia.

Top 10 Mobile App Developers Companies In Malaysia:

1. SNAPPYMOB

Snappymob is the Top Mobile App Developer and Web Developer in Malaysia. They have a world-class App Design and Software Development team that is intensely focused on building superb experiences for their users and clients. Snappymob’s competencies include iOS, Android, Flutter, React Native on mobile; and Vue, React, Angular, and Node.js on the web. They have delivered successful solutions in multiple industries, including media, finance, education, energy, and retail.

SNAPPYMOB

2. TERATOTECH

Terato Tech : Malaysia’s Premier iOS , Android , Mobile Apps Developer. Strongest, cutest and Most Powerful Mobile Apps Developer in Malaysia. Developer of CIMB Clicks and HDC Halal app.

TERATOTECH

3. GETRIGHT

Top Mobile App & Web Developer – Top Mobile App & Web Developer in Malaysia.  Getright is one of the Top Mobile App & Web Developer in Malaysia. Over a decade of experience in providing top-notch digital & mobility solutions.

GETRIGHT

4. FIREWORKS

Malaysia Android & iOS Mobile Apps Developer. Fireworks is a Malaysia mobile application developer specializes in mobile apps development, mobile design development and Android apps development.

FIREWORKS

5. AGMOSTUDIO

Agmo Studio – Malaysia Top iOS, Android, Mobile Apps Developer – Agmo Studio is the top Mobile Apps Developer in Malaysia. Developer of Digi, PETRONAS, Toyota, Hyundai, MDEC mobile apps.

AGMOSTUDIO

6. INGLAB

Mobile App Developer Malaysia, App Developer Malaysia. Ingenious Lab is a mobile solution provider based in Malaysia built on an array of creative thinkers, innovators, designers, developers and strategists that allow us to scale for any given project.

INGLAB

7. IT-PARADISE

Malaysia Mobile Application Development Company – IT Paradise » Simplicity of Technologies.

IT-PARADISE

8. MAPLECREATION

Penang Software Company – Mobile Apps Development in Malaysia. Professional software development company based in Penang, Malaysia. We are specialize in developing customized software for various industries.

MAPLECREATION

9. STRONGBYTESTUDIO

StrongByte Studio is a Malaysia mobile applications development company that develop apps for several platform include iOS and Android. Malaysia’s premier apps developer that develop apps for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, iOS, android located at KL, Kuala Lumpur, Cyberjaya, Malaysia..

STRONGBYTESTUDIO

10. M3ONLINE

M3 Online Sdn Bhd – Malaysia Mobile Apps Developer | Android, iPhone, iPad, iOS Applications Development Solution. Mobile application development company located in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. Let us help you convert your GENIUS IDEA to an AWESOME Mobile Apps.

M3ONLINE

11. TISENO

Tiseno : Mobile Apps Developer Malaysia | Malaysia App Developer.  Tiseno is a mobile apps developer in Malaysia that focus in design innovative mobile application in major mobile platforms and we are the fast growing mobile app developer in Malaysia.

TISENO

12. CRESPRO

Malaysia Mobile Research and Development, Mobile App Middleware, Mobile App Development, Business Analytics, Data Integration. Malaysia Mobile Research and Development, Mobile App Middleware, Mobile App Development, Mobile Analytic, Data Integration and Advanced Web. Grounded by strong vision and mission, we are passionate about what we do. We fulfill the needs and desires of our clients.

CRESPRO


Mobile App Developers Companies In Malaysia:


IPLUZ.COM – Mobile Application (App) Development (Developer) Malaysia & Australia and Web App – iphone, ipad, Android, Windows Mobile and Online | iPluz. iPluz is a mobile application (app) and web app development company (developer) headquartered in Malaysia with sales office in Sydney, Australia. Our products and services include Mobile app deployment and publishing solutions & technologies, development and services and web app development for iOS- iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Mobile and Online.


MOBIUS-DIGITAL.COM – Mobile Application Development | Mobius Digital Systems. Mobius Digital Systems . We are a creative and multi-disciplined mobile application development company in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. From mobile catalogues to custom e-commerce mobile applications…


ESPRESSOFT.COM.MY – Espressoft is a software development company located in Penang, Malaysia that provides top of the line mobile application development services.
Our team is comprised of seasoned mobile developers dedicated to creating user friendly, streamlined applications that best represent our client’s vision, goals and specifications.


OPENWAVECOMP.COM.MY – Website Design and Development Company in Malaysia | Web Applications | Mobile Applications. We offers a wide array of web services such as Website Design and Development, LAMP Application Development, Content Management Systems, B2B/B2C Ecommerce Solutions, Mobile Application Development, Desktop Application Development, Search Engine Optimization, Online Payment Portal and . Net Solutions.


ZMOBILEAPPDEVELOPMENT.COM – We are a group of freelance mobile app developers base in Malaysia and Singapore that provide android and Iphone mobile app developing for individuals and companies that want to turns their ideas into reality with reasonable cost.


APPAUSTIC.COM – Mobile App Development Company – Hire Best App Developer. Appaustic is the leading mobile app development company offers custom application development for all mobile platforms. Hire the best team of mobile app developers.


PIRADIUS-DESIGN.COM – Piradius Design | Web Design Malaysia | Mobile Apps Malaysia | CMS | E-Commerce | SEO | Corporate Identity. Piradius Design Mobile Apps Web Development Web Design SEO Corporate Identity Branding.


TISENO.COM.MY – Tiseno : Mobile App Developer Malaysia. Tiseno is the mobile app developer in Malaysia which has expertise in major mobile application platforms like Android, iPhone and Windows Phone.


EUREKAISM. COM – Eurekaism – Top Mobile App Developer & Branding Consultant Johor Bahru | Singapore | Iskandar Malaysia. Eurekaism help corporate users to provide Mobile App Development, Design and Marketing services to promote your corporate identity.


TRIBEUP.MY – Penang’s Leading Facebook Advertising & Digital Agency – Tribeup. Leading Facebook advertising & digital agency since 2010. Specializes in Facebook advertising for leads & conversion, website & mobile apps development.


COMMONEXTRACT.COM – Mobile Apps and Games Developer.Johor Bahru Malaysia. The Premium Mobile Apps and Games Development in Johor Bahru, Malaysia/Singapore. Premium App and Game Developer.


LEAPPMOBILE.COM – Mobile Application Development Company, Mobile App Developers, Custom Mobile Apps Developer | LEAPP Pte Ltd | Leappmobile.


MAXCOMSOFT.COM – Website Design Malaysia | Web Developers | eCommerce Malaysia – Maxcomsoft | SEO Malaysia| App Developer.


BIZVISE. COM – BizVise is a Malaysia based independent software development company that focuses on cost-effective business software development. We help our clients in developing custom made system that improve their business processes while providing system integration consultation along the way. We are not a software reseller, we develop our products in-house hence we know our products inside…


SOLOMO.COM.SG – SoLoMo Apps – iPhone | iPad | Android Mobile App Developer in Singapore, Malaysia & Asia.


BUUUK.COM – buUuk is located on the sunny side of Singapore and offers mobile app development services for consumers and large enterprises. With a team of 30 mobile app developers, buUuk is an app design company that offers iPhone, android, blackberry and windows app development services.


ADVISORYAPPS.COM – Advisoryapps | Malaysia Web, Mobile & System Developer | Online Marketing & Branding. Trending Web, Mobile, System developer and Online Marketing and Branding company in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia since 2012. Call (+6014) 963 9067.


SYNSOLUTIONS.COM.MY – Software Company in Malaysia. We as a Software Company in Malaysia, We provide customized software development in Malaysia. We rated top among software companies in Malaysia.


THEAPPGURUZ.COM – TheAppGuruz – Mobile Apps and Game Development Company. TheAppGuruz- is 3D Game maker, mobile apps & games Development Company. We built more than 1000 games & apps across iPhone, Android, iPad and Windows platforms.


HENSTUDIO.COM – Henstudio – Creative Web Design, Mobile App dev. in Kuching, Sarawak Malaysia. Creative Web Design specialist, Mobile app developer based in Kuching, Sarawak Malaysia with one goal in mind – To make your website work for you.


TAYATECH.COM – Mobile App Development | Software Development Company -Taya Technologies. TAYA Technologies is your one-stop software solutions provider that delivers top-notch products and services to take your business to the next level.

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9 Firms for the Best Web Designs in Penang [2021 ]

Source:
Igor Miske via Unsplash

By Mohamed Ashaari

An online presence gets people and businesses
the audience they need these days. For an attractive and functional website
that ranks well in Google’s search results, though, you need the help of the
experts. Fortunately, the providers for the best web designs in Penang can help
you.

To save you from the hassle of looking up your
options for web design in Penang and comparing them, we have compiled the best
of the best in this list below.

1. 
VeecoTech

Source: VeecoTech

For highly-customised websites, VeecoTech is
one of the providers for the best web designs in Penang. They make websites
eye-catching as well as impressive in terms of performance and content.

VeecoTech guarantees clients that the websites
they create can achieve a high SEO ranking on Google. This can drive website
traffic up to 150%, benefitting the clients.

To keep your audience engaged with your
website, they make sure that it has professional copy. Creating fully
mobile-responsive sites is also a given.

You can also trust them to make ecommerce
sites with loyalty and rewards programs to attract an even bigger audience.

The best thing is that this firm for the best
web design in Penang makes website designs for all industries at an affordable
price.

Highlights

  • High SEO rankings
  • Drive website traffic up to 150%
  • Professional copy
  • Fully mobile-responsive
  • Loyalty and rewards programs for
    e-commerce sites
  • Services available for all
    industries

Customer Reviews

One of their previous clients, Lucas Toh,
reviewed:

“Good
job! More than happy with the results delivered by the team. They managed to
get my website ranked in the first page with their SEO services. Thank you!”

2. 
Marketing Connection

Source: Marketing Connection

BEST FOR: Branding services
PRODUCTS: https://maconn.com/what-we-offer/
WEBSITE: https://maconn.com/
ADDRESS: 51-19- F, Menara
BHL
Jalan Sultan
Ahmad Shah,
10050, George
Town, Penang
CONTACT DETAILS: +604-2997834
+6017-5231580
OPERATING HOURS: Monday – Friday:
9:00AM – 6:00PM

One of the firms for the best web design in
Penang, Marketing Connection, has designed over 100 websites for a wide range
of customers. These include everything from property development to personal websites.

Their approach to web design takes into
consideration your brand, background, tradition, and target audience. At the
same time, they incorporate functional and modern designs to stay relevant in
today’s world.

What’s more, they also offer digital branding
and product photography services for clients who have yet to figure out their
brand identity.

This provider for the best web design in
Penang guides clients in order to come up with a website that suits the company
and maximises their returns.

Highlights

  • Wide range of customers
  • Considers your brand, background,
    tradition, and target audience in web design
  • Functional, modern designs
  • Digital branding and product
    photography

3. 
Inspiren

Source: Inspiren

BEST FOR: User-friendly sites
PRODUCTS: https://inspiren.my/
WEBSITE: https://inspiren.my/
ADDRESS: 1-12B-12 &
1-12B-12A, Suntech @ Penang Cybercity, Lintang Mayang Pasir 3,
11950 Bayan Baru,
Penang, Malaysia
CONTACT DETAILS: +604-608 3321 [email protected]
OPERATING HOURS: Monday – Friday:
9:00AM – 6:00PM

Inspiren can create any type of website,
whether Corporate, CMS, eCommerce, Blog, WordPress for you, your business, or
company.

While they provide cost-effective web design
services, they make sure to cover everything you need for an impressive
website.

With them, you can ensure that your website as
well as content is SEO-friendly. They can help you get your site into the top
search results.

The websites they create are also
user-friendly with easy navigation and a display that fits nicely in a variety
of devices, such as smartphones and tablets.

To keep your audience on your website and give
your business the most benefit, this provider for the best web design in Penang
makes sure that the site is responsive and has no lags.

Highlights

  • Can make any type of website
  • SEO-friendly site and content
  • User-friendly with easy navigation
    and display that fits different devices
  • Responsive site with no lags

Customer Reviews

Louis Soo from ADA Shared Services reviewed
them:

“Inspiren
will always come up with suggestions so that we know what to do. Our internal
staff and customers are impressed with our website done by Inspiren. We got
quite a number of enquiries from our website which we hardly see before this.”

4. 
IS ELEVEN

Source: IS ELEVEN

IS ELEVEN offers custom website design and
development for clients from various sectors, including government and
non-government organizations.

They have the expertise to build handy
applications you may need on your website to help you manage and enrich your
business. This includes an inventory system, product catalog, shopping cart,
discussion board, member management system, online file sharing, and more.

Another thing that makes them one of the firms
for the best web design in Penang is their added service. They can help you
register your domain name as well as set up your hosting server and email.

Highlights

  • Web design and development
  • Web applications such as inventory
    system, product catalog, shopping cart, etc.
  • Can help you register your domain
    name and set up your hosting server and email

5. 
Jumix Design

Source: Jumix Design

BEST FOR: Web design templates
PRODUCTS: https://jumixdesign.com/
WEBSITE: https://jumixdesign.com/
ADDRESS: 1-2-32, Elit
Avenue,
Jalan Mayang
Pasir 3, Bayan Baru,
11950, Penang
Malaysia
CONTACT DETAILS: +604 – 6061 696
+6017 – 4061 882
OPERATING HOURS: Monday – Friday:
9:00AM – 5:00PM

Jumix Design puts an emphasis on branding in
the web designs they create, making them one of the providers for the best web
design in Penang.

They offer a wide variety of web design
templates that are each the best of their kind. Clients need only to select one
to be the blueprint of their own website. Jumix Design’s designers, then, will
modify it to reflect your business.

Besides aesthetics, Jumix Design also ensures
that your website is functional and compatible on all platforms.

This provider for the best web design in
Penang also promises a high SEO ranking to bring more people to you.

Highlights

  • Emphasis on branding
  • Wide variety of web design templates
  • Functional website that is compatible on all platforms
  • High SEO ranking

6.  SiteJojo Enterprise

Source: Jumix Design

Site Jojo is the shopify expert you need in taking your business to another level. Beyond creating an efficient web design that embodies your brand, they offer other services like domain registration and search engine optimization to boost your site’s traffic. 

Site Jojo gives varying shopify plans to uniquely fit what your business’s needs. When it comes to navigating shopify and improving your brand, they certainly got you covered.

Highlights

  • You can choose between three options which fits your business best and is inclusive of numerous services to make sure that your business will be at its best
  • Other than the basic packages, they can customize and develop other functionalities that your business will need.

7.  Zensite Creative UX Agency 

Zensite Creative UX Agency has started in 2016. Theyhave helped companies raise $12 million, increased revenue by 193%, and retention by 55%.

They start projects by researching and finalizing their client’s business model for product-market fit and then developing a creative process based on their client’s demand.

Highlights

  • Their network of experts has a minimum of 5 years of experience in B2B and B2C business
  • They only provide scalable design systems during handover

8.  Operion

Established in 2007, Operion has been serving the best web design, e-commerce, software development, iOS App, and Android App. They have provided for more then 50 different business sectors,

They bring the best quality and user experience products. They also strive to be the most reliable and professional company that their clients could experience.

Their experience makes their name what it is today. Having a wide business exposure with a handful of industries, the process of learning is constant and excelling at it as well.

Being in the business for 15 years, they are more than confident that they can deliver on extensive and short-term projects alike.

Highlights

  • Express delivery
  • Fast thinking
  • Hardcore developer

9.  Maple Software Creation

Maple Software Creation was founded in 2007. Filled with innovative ideas, their software developers are committed to showing the power of software technology to everyone all over the world.

They specialize in creating a customized and easy-to-use software and mobile applications. Their method is always consistent with high-quality outcome, budget friendly, and is always punctual regardless of the project size.

Highlights

  • Served over 800 organizations over the years
  • Reasonable rates

Were
you able to find a provider for the best web design in Penang in this article?
Let us know in the comments.

To further strengthen your brand presence online, you should also use email marketing campaigns. Here are the best email marketing softwares in Malaysia that could help you keep your audience updated on your company’s new offerings.

Penang Island (Penang) – ExoticAsiaTour

Betelnut Island Pulau Penang lies off the northwestern coast of the Malacca Peninsula. Its area is only 285 square kilometers, but in a few years the picturesque and joyful Penang has become one of the main resort areas of the country. The island is connected to the mainland by a 13.5 km long bridge, which is officially recognized as the third longest bridge in the world.But as impressive as Penang Bridge is, its glory is completely overshadowed by exotic landscapes, sandy beaches and skilled chefs on the island itself.

Penang once belonged to the Sultan of Kedah and was uninhabited until 1786, when the British East India Company decided to establish a trading post here. Penang became the first British possession in what is now Malaysia. In the same year, the Englishman Francis Light founded the capital of the island of Georgetown, naming it in honor of the English emperor George III.The new owners of the island immediately spotted a potential resort in this land overgrown with tropical jungle of betel nut palms, and several decades later, some of the Sargsyan brothers opened the first hotels here.

Climate. Like the rest of Malaysia, Pulau Penang Island also does not show seasonal variations in weather. Throughout the year, the temperature is kept at around 23-32 degrees Celsius, the water temperature is 26-28 degrees. The rainy season lasts from May to September, so the best time to relax on the island is from October to March.

Nightlife. Those who cannot admire butterflies for days on end and love to “hang out” will not be bored on Penang. Georgetown, the capital of the island, will gladly open the doors of its bars, clubs and discos for you. By the way, the atmosphere here is much more noisy and relaxed than in Langkawi. Most of all, this city is similar to the Chinatown quarter of Kuala Lumpur: the same shops, shops, open cafes, traditional street ceremonies. To feel like a spectator of this colorful show, you just need to walk along the streets of Georgetown at night.Surprisingly, even in the Muslim holy month of fasting, Ramadan, pubs and so-called “health” salons are open until the morning, an integral part of the sex tourism industry. And if you want to know more about the history and culture of the locals, buy tickets to the show that the Penang Cultural Center offers to its guests. For 170 ringgit, you will be served an excellent dinner right in the traditional Penang hut, while the indigenous peoples of the island will dance for you the Malay dance “Ashok” and run on broken glass with their bare heels.Especially romantic people can even get married here in the traditional Malay style.

Hotels and beaches. And it is best to meet the first day of life together on the golden beach of Pulau Penang. For example, in Batu Ferringhi Beach, on the north coast of the island. There are several luxury hotels where you can go sailing, horseback riding or just lie on the white sand warmed by the sun. In total, the Penang hotel base consists of 22 hotels, 18 of which are five-star.The most popular are Casuarina Beach, Feringghi Beach, ShangriLa Golden Sands, Park Royal Holiday, Inn Penang Bayview Beach, Penang Parkroyal Resort. The most famous beaches: Teluk Bahang – “The Bay of Embers” – on the western edge of the island; Tanjung Bungah – “Overhanging Rocks” – with its giant reefs and lush vegetation, Telun Bahang with its secluded coves.

Shopping. And when the hot Malaysian sun tires you, go shopping.Of course, to the colorful capital of Pulau Penang, where ancient temples and old colonial-style mansions coexist with modern hotels, and the latest Ferraris are impatiently overtaken on the road by cycle rickshaws. To find something special, simply wander the narrow streets and alleys of Penang Road, which is home to many artisan and antiques shops. You can also bargain with local street vendors on nearby Leboch Campbell, where nylon shirts, fake crocodile leather shoes and imitation gems will be haunting you.Lined with benches and dusty surrounding streets with intriguing names such as Rope Walk and Love Lane. Those who are interested in antiques should go to the shops in the area of ​​Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling, Lebuh Chulio, Lebuh Pantai streets. You may well find interesting souvenirs here, such as mahjong chips or Chinese name seals, however, most that the merchants will offer you falls under the definition of “junk”.

You can get to the island either by ferry from the town of Buttervoorch, or by land transport.Penang is connected to the mainland by a 13.5 km long bridge, which is considered one of the longest in Asia and the third longest in the world. Also, local flights from Kuala Lumpur fly to Penang (travel time – 50 minutes).

Attractions about. Penang

90,000 What time is the best time to go on vacation to Penang?

There are many reasons to include Penang on your Asian tour. Deciding when is the best time to go there is perhaps a little more difficult.The weather, tourist season and local interesting festivals can all greatly affect how much you can enjoy the beauty of Penang and how vivid your experience will be. Here are a couple of tips to help you choose the best time of the year for your Penang holiday.

Weather

Generally, Penang, as one would expect from the region, is hot and humid almost all the time. The average temperature all year round is quite stable, around 28 degrees.However, it gets 90,045 very hot in February and early March 90,046. An extra few degrees, plus humidity – as a result, wandering around Georgetown becomes a little more difficult, unless, of course, you are taking a walk early in the morning or in the late afternoon, when “the passions are gone.” At the same time, these months, as a rule, are “rewarded” with a cloudless blue sky, and this opens up wide opportunities for photographers, and in general, it’s much better when it’s dry, isn’t it? Who wants to cut through the puddles and sit in the hotel in the afternoon.However, little precipitation does not mean that there is no precipitation at all. Of course have. Expect it to rain here any day, even during these relatively dry months.

Speaking of rain, you should also consider the monsoon season, which, on the west coast of Peninsula Malaysia, brings quite a lot of rainfall between May and early November . It turns out that May and October are the two wettest months, so if you are going to visit the country at this time, stock up on umbrellas and a raincoat.By the way, it may not rain every day from June to September, but the skies are certainly not blue and cloudless. On the other hand, the temperature during these months is lower, and the humidity is lower, so it is easier to stay there.

December and January are considered good months to travel to Penang , as it is not too hot at this time, but the sun always shines. However, remember that as in other parts of the world, weather conditions in Malaysia have become quite unpredictable over the past few years, so the above should only serve as a general guide.And the last thing to consider is that at any time between April and June, Malaysia suffers from the smog that winds from Sumatra carry to these territories. This fact can ruin your chances of capturing perfect landscape photos. In addition, this smoky air is rather disgusting to breathe.

Tourist season

It goes without saying that the months with the best weather attract the majority of tourists – thus December and January are considered the peak tourist season in Penang. At Christmas and New Years it is always very crowded here, so the area is very busy at this time, people walk the streets and drink in bars. However, on the other hand, you will have fewer opportunities to enjoy the beauty of Georgetown, because it will have to be “shared” with the crowds of tourists. Plus, room prices jump up to 20 percent!

Low tourist season is from May to October , so if you don’t mind getting caught in the rain, drive during this time and you will get the best rooms in hotels and hostels.Although, if you love meeting new people and having fun, this may not be the best time in Penang.

Festivals and celebrations

The fact that Penang is home to a wide variety of peoples of different faiths means that almost every religious holiday is celebrated here on a grand scale. And that can be a very compelling reason to travel to Penang. It can be the Hindu holiday Thaipusam , which is celebrated in January or February, very colorful and unusual.On New Year’s Eve , crazy-bright “dragons” are marching through the streets here in dance, showing Chinese opera and puppet shows. Also do not miss Vesak – a Buddhist holiday in honor of the birth, enlightenment and departure to parinirvana of Gautama Buddha (celebrated on May 13), Hari Raya (Eid al-Fitr , an Islamic holiday celebrated in honor of the end of the fast in the month of Ramadan, that is, July 28 and 29), Hungry Spirits Festival (traditional Chinese holiday, falls on the fifteenth night of the seventh lunar month, that is, in September; ghosts and spirits, including the spirits of deceased ancestors, come from the lower world and visit the living) and Festival of the Nine Divine Emperors (in November) is a nine-day Taoist festival that begins on the eve of the 9th lunar day according to the Chinese calendar.You can write about these holidays separately, it’s all very interesting, exciting and colorful! All in all, holidays like these can really make your visit more memorable and give you a completely different perspective on the island’s diverse culture.

At the same time, a lot of tourists come to the festivals, which affects the accommodation – there are fewer options and they are more expensive. Traffic on the island is pretty bad at any time of the year, but especially bad during the holidays – all of which could well interrupt your clear travel plans.Also, for Chinese New Year, many shops and restaurants across the island are completely closed as local people working in the trade go home to spend time with their families – so these days Georgetown looks a little dead.

Summarizing all of the above, we can conclude that the best time for your visit to the island is in February or in late November and early December : better weather, less rain, an interesting group of tourists from around the world, more open restaurants, shops and bars, livelier Georgetown, average room prices.Even if it suddenly starts to rain, be calm: there is still a lot of everything that can be done during these “wet” hours – various museums, galleries, temples. Also, why not take a dip in the rain? The water here is always warm, from +25 to +30! New milk! Let’s be romantics! After all, you can always just spend your day exploring Penang’s famous cuisine. And this activity will definitely appeal to anyone!

Malaysia | Aerotour | Aerotour

The State of Malaysia cherishes the best traditions of high-class recreation.The cleanest beaches, transparent warm sea, the unique exotic nature of each individual state, an abundance of interesting places and historical monuments, combined with excellent service, still keep the country in first place in the ranking of the most visited countries in the world. The South China Sea divides the country into two distinct parts. On the one hand, this is the untouched wildlife of the island of Borneo, uninhabited beaches of the state of Kelantan, traditions of the ancient villages of Sarawak, on the other – modern buildings and skyscrapers of Kuala Lumpur.You can get from one world to another in a matter of hours. In addition, Malaysia is one of the most calm and stable countries in Southeast Asia. In the main resorts of the country, rest on the beach can be combined with such active sports as surfing and diving, and a rich excursion program will not let adventure lovers get bored. The only disadvantage of a holiday in Malaysia is a rather long flight with transfers. However, it becomes insignificant at the mere thought of all the delights of the upcoming vacation in this interesting exotic country.

Capital of the country: Kuala Lumpur. Popular resort islands: Borneo, Langkawi, Pangkor, Penang. Major cities: Georgetown, Johor Bahru, Kota Bahru, Ipo, Kuantan.

How to get to Malaysia

There are no direct flights from Russia to Malaysia, but at peak dates (May and New Year holidays) charters from Moscow, Novosibirsk and Yekaterinburg rise to the sky to Kuala Lumpur. On normal days, you can get to Malaysia via Dubai (on an Emirates Airlines flight), Doha (on a Qatar Airways flight), Abu Dhabi (on an Etihad flight), Beijing (on an Air China flight), Singapore (on a Singapore Airlines flight), Bangkok (on a Thai Airways flight) , or through the capitals of European countries.Travel time is from 12.5 to 24 hours (connection is taken into account).

You can fly from Kazakhstan to Malaysia with a transfer in Amsterdam, Dubai, Tashkent, from Ukraine – via Dubai, Bangkok, Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam.

A visa to visit Malaysia is not required if the period of stay in the country does not exceed 30 days.

Customs

The import of all Israeli goods, weapons, pornographic materials, radios, plant seeds, mushrooms, primates, any kind of meat, gold is prohibited in Malaysia if its weight exceeds 100g.The death penalty is provided for importing drugs into the country. Duty-free you can carry 200 pieces of cigarettes, or 225 g of tobacco, 1 liter of any alcohol, cosmetics, perfumery and souvenirs worth up to 200 MYR. If the imported foreign currency exceeds 10,000 USD, it must be declared. It is prohibited to export certain types of plants and animals from Malaysia. A special permit is required for the export of antiques.

Hotels Malaysia

There are many 3 *, 4 *, 5 * hotels in the country.On the island of Borneo, expensive 5 * hotels prevail. On the islands, you can settle in an exotic bungalow. Each hotel in Malaysia, as a rule, has a vast territory, a large number of services and entertainment provided. For a budget holiday, you can stay in a boarding house, hostel, “resthouse” or rent a room.

Sightseeing and entertainment

The capital of the country, Kuala Lumpur is a relatively young modern city. Its history begins only 140 years ago at the confluence of the Gombak and Klang rivers.It was in the second half of the 19th century that a small settlement arose on the site of the camp of Chinese tin miners, which in 1880 became the capital of the Malay principality of Selangor. Despite the fact that after a while tin mining stopped, the city developed and built up rapidly. Today Kuala Lumpur is one of the fastest growing Asian cities. The main attractions of the capital are Independence Square, Royal Palace, Sri Mahamariam Temple, Parliament Building, Chinese Temple, Petronas Twin Towers, Jamek Mosque, Sri Maha-Mariamman Hindu Temple.Tourists are also recommended to visit the famous city parks: Hibiscus Park, Orchid Park, Bird Park, Butterfly Park and others. Kuala Lumpur is the center of the country’s nightlife. As the sun sets, many nightclubs, open-air discos, bars and casinos open here.

The main resorts of the country are represented by numerous islands. The most popular holiday destination in Malaysia is the island of Langkawi, which is the center of the archipelago of the same name. Langkawi is famous for its luxury hotels, clean beaches and clear sea waters.The center of the island is the town of Kuah, which consists of only one street. The city square is decorated with an artificial lake with numerous bridges and covered terraces. The Park of Legends is also located here, which tells about the myths and legends that envelop the island. On the coast of Cenang there is the largest in the country and one of the best in the world “Underwater World” aquarium. In this huge aquarium, you can see a variety of representatives of the underwater world. There are several ancient caves on the island, interesting for their inscriptions and drawings.A real adventure will be a boat trip to Gua Kelawar Cave, located in the heart of the mangrove forest. The local village of Air-Khangat is famous for its hot springs. Their water has a healing effect on the lungs, joints and bones. Especially popular with tourists is the speedboat tour of the islands of the Langkawi archipelago. It includes a visit to the islands of Pulau-Singa-Besar, Pulau-Dayang-Bunting, Pulau-Bras-Basah. Each of them provides a stop and sightseeing of the main attractions.The duration of the excursion is at least 4 hours. The most popular activities on the island are golf and diving. The best places for scuba diving are the islands of Payar, Lembu, Kacha, Segantang.

The island of Borneo has a unique flora and fauna. Its forests are among the oldest in the world. Their age is about 130 million years. Borneo is famous throughout the world for its wild, untouched nature. On the island you can find rare species of animals that live only in these places.Part of the island belongs to Indonesia, and only 26% of its entire territory belongs to Malaysia. Sarawak state occupies the western part of the island and is a dense jungle. It is here that the largest caves in the world are located – Niach. Their walls are decorated with drawings of ancient people who lived here several millennia ago. The sandy beaches of Borneo are protected from the waves by coral islands. You can swim here even during the period of the so-called “red tide”, when entering the sea is dangerous to health. In Sabah, you can visit the orangutan reserve, Turtle Islands, Gamontong caves, climb Mount Kinabalu.Anyone tired of the wild nature can go to the state capital – the modern city of Kota Kinabalu. It is worth visiting the Sabah State Museum, which is interesting for its historical artifacts, a collection of handicrafts and ceramics, and a walk to the main state mosque, which is a beautiful building that can accommodate up to 5 thousand people. Kota Kinabalu has its own yacht club, diving center, street fairs are held every Sunday in the city, where you can buy fresh seafood, fruits and vegetables brought from the farms located at the foot of Kinabalu.

Restaurants and local cuisine

Malay cuisine combines the best of Indian, Chinese and local traditions. The basic rule for the preparation of all dishes is to use only fresh products and the addition of a large amount of seasonings and spices. Most dishes are prepared with noodles, rice, seafood, fish and beef. Sauces are made mainly from coconut milk. Tourists should try such dishes as “nasi lemak” – steamed rice with the addition of coconut milk, “rendang” – a stew of chicken and beans, “lontong” – a stew made from vegetables with the addition of the same coconut milk.Of the exotic, it is worth trying the durian growing in Malaysia and some other exotic countries – a large (sometimes up to 13 kg) fruit with thorns. Its fruits are very sweet, with a fried onion or almond flavor. National drinks of the country are considered coffee, tea, lime juice, chocolate drink “cute”. From alcohol, the local population prefers rice vodka “tuak”.

Shopping

Shops of the country are open from 9:30 to 19:00, supermarkets – from 10:00 to 22:00. Only large shopping malls are open on Sunday.Duty free is available in Kuala Lumpur, Labuan, Penang and Langkawi. When buying gold, you need to keep a sales receipt. As souvenirs from Malaysia, they bring gold and silver jewelry, handicrafts carved from wood, batik. The country has an unusually huge selection of computer equipment, electronics, watches of famous world brands.

The Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) is considered the national currency of Malaysia. You can exchange currency at exchange offices (at the most favorable rate), banks, hotels, etc. Cards of world payment systems are accepted everywhere.Traveler’s checks are accepted in hotels or exchange offices.

Transport

There are many possible ways of getting around the country: by train, by plane, by bus or by car, and finally by ferry. There are six international airports in Malaysia to date. The largest of these is located in Kuala Lumpur. Most of the states of the country have air links with the capital.

Railways to Malaysia stretch from neighboring Singapore and cover all major cities and towns.The cars of the 1st and 2nd classes have a degree of increased comfort, all of them are equipped with berths and air conditioning. From many localities in the Malacca Peninsula, you can get to Thailand and Singapore by train. Most of the islands have ferry connections. The largest seaports are located in Klang, on the islands of Langkawi and Penang.

Modern, air-conditioned express boats are the most popular mode of transport and the main mode of transportation in the state of Sarawak.The new largest Malaysian port “Zapadny” and the largest berth for cruise ships “Zvezdny” are located on the Indah Island. Sea cruises are especially popular here. Most of their routes run through Langkawi, Malacca, Port Klang, Penang.

The main bus carrier in Malaysia is Transnaional Express Sdn Bhd. Its routes cover all major cities of the peninsular part of the country. The Executive Coach Bus company transports passengers from Kuala Lumpur to Johor Bahru, Butterworth, and with Metro Bus flights you can get to Malacca, Bandar Pusat, Temerloh.

It is not recommended to rent a car. There is left-hand traffic in the country, local drivers do not follow the rules, in addition, many letter signs on the roads are written in Malay.

Country climate

Malaysia has a hot and humid climate. The seasons change almost imperceptibly. The coolest months are December and January. The air temperature at this time does not rise above + 26 degrees. Hot summer weather is very easily tolerated due to high humidity.The rainy season lasts from November to February. Intermittent rains occur at any time of the year. The coldest place in the country is the mountainous region of Kinabalu. The temperature here can drop to + 10 degrees. On the islands, the holiday season lasts all year round.

Tourist safety

Malaysia is the safest country in all of Southeast Asia. Crime is at a low level here, but following simple safety rules won’t hurt. As in all Asian countries, it is not recommended to drink unboiled water and buy food on the street.Special vaccinations are not required to visit the country, but vaccines against hepatitis A and typhoid will not be superfluous. Those planning to go to the countryside are strongly advised to get vaccinated against rabies, tuberculosis, meningitis and hepatitis B. Malaria should be vaccinated for those who are going to rest on the island of Borneo. It is not worth visiting especially dirty and poor areas, as there is a lot of rubbish in them. In the heat, bacteria multiply very quickly, so it is easy to pick up some kind of infection here.

There are no private beaches in the country’s resorts; topless sunbathing is not recommended. When communicating with the local population, it is worth following some rules of conduct. Before entering someone’s house, you must take off your shoes (the same rule applies to visiting mosques and temples). Passing something with the left hand to a representative of the local people can be very offensive to him, since, according to the Malaysians, the left limb plays an auxiliary role and is intended for hygienic purposes.You can also not take food from the table with your left hand. In Malaysia, as in any Asian country, stroking someone on the head is considered an insult to the person himself and his ancient ancestors.

Addresses and telephone numbers

Embassy of Malaysia in the Russian Federation: Moscow, st. Mosfilmovskaya, 50. Phone: (495) 147-15-14, 147-15-12, 147-15-23.

Russian Embassy in Malaysia: 263 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur. Phone: (3) 425-760-91.

Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel (MATTA): 03-9287 6881, fax: 03-9287 6880.

Rescue Service: 994, Police: 999, Tourist Police (Kuala Lumpur): 296-590.

90,000 Malaysia Clinics – AllAsia – professional organization of treatment abroad

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Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur is one of the earliest private clinics in Malaysia, with tremendous success since its founding in 1947. Under the auspices of the Pantai Group of Hospitals, the clinic is a 330-bed building, which employs more than 150 specialists in almost all areas of medicine.

Gleneagles Medical Center is the very first private clinic in Penang, founded in 1973. It is located in the heart of Georgetown and is easily accessible. The clinic offers a wide range of medical services. Gleneagles Medical Center is one of the finest clinics in Malaysia and serves both local residents and international patients.

Prince Court Medical Center is a private 277-bed hospital located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.The goal of the medical center is to provide state-of-the-art medical care and to be a leader in the Asian region, providing medical services of the highest standards, technology and service.

Medical Center for Obstetrics and Gynecology in Kuala Lumpur is a highly qualified care center that uses the latest medical methods and technologies, innovative methods of treating women’s diseases.

Damansar Specialty Hospital is considered one of the reputable hospitals in Malaysia and also falls under the KPJ flagship of global health. The clinic is equipped with the latest technologies, which employs more than 300 medical staff, as well as a whole team of qualified specialists.

World leader in healthcare.AMPANG PUTERI SPECIALIST HOSPITAL is one of the premier hospitals in Malaysia and Southeast Asia, operated by KPJ Healthcare Berhad, the largest medical group in Malaysia. The six-story clinic with a compact layout, equipped to world standards, is supported by a pool of experienced medical professionals and experienced managers, who provide you with the best comprehensive and sincere care.

Founder and Senior Partner, Dr.Saw KhayYong, began his private practice in 1997 at the Gleneagles Intan Medical Center in Kuala Lumpur, specializing in general surgery with a focus on sports injuries and arthroscopic surgery. In 2002, Dr TayYong Guan joined him as a specialist in arthroscopic surgery and total knee replacement.

Treatment reviews

Malaysia

Valentin S., 62 years old – Irkutsk

Had the honor of being treated in Malaysia by Professor Dr.Hamdan Leman. He is a member of the Australian Society of Heart Surgeons, a very large and famous person. Already in years, but courteous, smiling and cheerful. I treated my heart with him. I had an operation with a complicated name. In human terms, they sewed a new vessel into my heart, because the old one was completely clogged. And this is not far from a heart attack.

Malaysia

Valery, 71 – Vladivostok

I was diagnosed with an abdominal aortic aneurysm.Tormented by pains in the abdomen, complete violation of the chair, saved only an enema. The pains were such that even the promedol, which the doctor prescribed to me, did not help. The doctors explained that at the age of 71, the risk of surgery is very high. My chances are 50/50. That is, I will die with a 50% probability. But this did not suit me in any way, I wanted to live. But in Russia he was afraid to be operated on. And the idea arose to go abroad for treatment. At first I just wanted to know what foreign doctors would say. But for this it was necessary to contact the clinic.

Malaysia

Maria, 60 years old.- Khabarovsk

Recently, the condition of my left knee has worsened greatly. Earlier, despite the pain, the leg moved. But then the situation worsened so much that I could no longer move, even with the help of my son or with a stick, in general I was confined to a wheelchair. This is not to mention excruciating pain in the knee and other joints. For 20 years now I have been living with a diagnosis of osteoarthritis deformans. Existence is not the best.

Malaysia

Natalia, 25 years old.- Vladivostok

I have a gynecological disease: an ovarian cyst was found on an ultrasound scan. I decided to go abroad for treatment – but the budget was limited, so I was attracted by the advertisement on the Internet “Affordable Treatment Abroad”, by the Allazia company. I was immediately seized by doubts – accessible, then, bad? There is such a stereotype in my head: “A cheap thing cannot be good.” But this is not always true. Fortunately, Allasia is the place where my misconceptions were dispelled.

90,000 Guided Tour of Penang – Cultural Heritage | What to visit in Penang

A significant part of Penang’s tourist attractions are concentrated in the capital of the island, in the city of Georgetown.However, travelers should not be limited to its borders; in other parts of the island, there are also many interesting tourist sites. The main pride of Georgetown is its wonderful architectural monuments and incredibly beautiful temples, many of which are world-class attractions.

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One of the main symbols of the island is the Penang Bridge, which connects the island with the mainland.The total length of the bridge is 13.5 kilometers, it is the third largest in the world. Travelers should definitely take a walk along the bridge, it offers an unforgettable panoramic view, and you can take excellent memorable photos from the bridge.

Among the religious sites, the most interesting is the Snake Temple. It is remarkable not only for its exquisite architecture; many interesting legends are associated with the temple. According to one of them, it was built on the site of the priest’s house.He was distinguished by boundless kindness and during his lifetime he turned his home into a shelter for everyone in need. The priest was so kind that he even let snakes into his house. Every year a real miracle happens in the temple – on the days of Buddhist holidays, a huge number of snakes crawl into it. Copyright www.orangesmile.com

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In the suburban area of ​​Georgetown, there is the famous Bukit Bendera mountain, climbing which is also one of the most popular rituals among tourists. There is a large observation deck at the top of the mountain, from which literally all areas of the island are visible. Climb the mountain, the height of which is 833 meters, tourists can walk or take a special funicular. The largest and most beautiful religious building on the island is considered the Temple of Supreme Bliss (Kek Lok Si or Temple of Supreme Bliss).Its grand opening took place in 1890, the construction of the temple lasted 20 years.

The temple is a unique combination of Thai, Chinese and Burmese architectural traditions, next to the colorful building is the equally beautiful Ban Pa Thar pagoda. One of the most interesting cultural sites of the island is the Penang War Museum. Its location was the ruins of a British fortress, which was built in the first half of the 20th century.The museum tells the guests about the life and peculiarities of the life of British and Malaysian soldiers during the Second World War.

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Graffiti, which can be seen on the central streets of the city, are peculiar sights of the capital of the state of Penang.It is they who give a special charm to modern Georgetown. In the information center of the Old Town, tourists can take a special map showing the location of all the graffiti, which is very convenient. The state capital has many beautiful streets that are ideal for walking. For example, Cannon Street, which reflects the spirit of old Georgetown. On the way, tourists will come across cute cozy houses, street art, shrines of various denominations (Choo Chay Keong Temple is considered the most interesting). This is one of the most distinctive walking streets.Equally interesting as a promenade location is Chulia Street, where ultra-modern hotels are replaced by colonial-style buildings. On the sides you can see cafes and restaurants with live music, bars with Chinese fast food, workshops – in the evening, the street becomes one of the busiest. And, of course, you can’t do without street art. Another area that tourists like to walk in is Little India. Here, travelers may even get the impression that they are in India: shops with flowers, jewelry and saris, colorful Hindu temples are everywhere.Penang is famous for its beautiful holidays, which are always accompanied by the most interesting customs and rituals. Colorful celebrations have become a real local attraction, they … Open

A wonderful place for a walk is the Old Protestant Cemetery, notable for being one of the oldest burials (in this capacity even the famous Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris is inferior to it).Many British colonists who founded Penang, as well as the governors of the state, are buried here. In addition, it is interesting as a kind of “museum” – each tombstone can be considered a work of art. You can get to know the local culture at Weld Quay by watching the magnificent theater performances of Folklore By The Sea, which take place almost every day in the evening.

In Georgetown, in addition to Buddhist, Hindu temples, you can see beautiful mosques.One of the most beautiful is the Kapitan Keling Mosque, which was built in the 19th century. The shrine is also notable for the fact that it is the first mosque in the city. The temple acquired its present appearance in 1930, when its reconstruction took place, but it is worth noting that it was only expanded, not rebuilt. Among Christian shrines, St George’s Church, built in 1819 in an eclectic style, stands out, combining features of neoclassicism, Georgian and Palladian styles. The last restoration of the building took place in 2009.In addition to the traditional entertainment for most resorts, Penang can offer its guests a lot of unique ways of spending leisure time. Walks through picturesque places, incredibly beautiful … Open

The Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani Temple, or Thaneer Malai as the locals call it, is another great religious landmark. In order to get to the temple, visitors need to overcome an obstacle in the form of 513 steps.The most visited shrine becomes during the celebration of the Taipusam festival, the Hindu temple is also notable for the fact that it is the largest religious site dedicated to Murugan outside India. Another shrine attracts with its magnificent appearance – Goddess of Mercy Temple (or Kuan Yin Teng). This is a Taoist temple built in traditional Chinese style. The construction of the building took place in 1728, and this fact makes it the oldest temple of Taoism in the entire state. Another impressive Chinese-style temple worth noting is Khoo Kongsi.The tallest building in the capital of Penang is the Komtar Tower, built in 1974, which is 249 meters high. In comparison with other buildings in the country, the skyscraper ranks sixth. It should be noted that at the time of completion of construction, the tower was the second tallest building in Asia after Tokyo’s Sunshine 60. On the 68th, highest floor of the structure, there is a magnificent observation deck, the highest glass bridge Rainbow Skywalk (launched in 2016), as well as the tallest rope town in the world.All this makes the building a unique structure.

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To get acquainted with the life of local residents at the end of the 19th century, it will be interesting to visit the Pinang Peranakan Mansion, which served as the residence of the Chinese businessman Chung Keng Kui (he was considered one of the richest people in Penang).Inside you can find a great variety of artifacts of the time, collectibles and antiques, including furniture and interior items. Due to its beautifully preserved interior and exterior, the building is often used by television companies for the filming of historical films and TV series. You can learn about the colonial past of the state in the cultural institution Colonial Penang Museum, the collection of which contains interior items, marble products, stained glass windows.

Asia Camera Museum is considered a very interesting museum in Georgetown with its exposition of rare cameras; Wonderfood Museum Penang is an equally original cultural institution, where a large number of popular street dishes and traditional culinary delights of local residents are presented.Music lovers will be delighted with the beautiful cultural institution Penang House of Music, where you can find a huge collection of musical instruments, posters from past years, as well as photographs of Malaysian artists. In addition, here you can test yourself as a DJ using special equipment.

One of the most interesting cultural institutions of Georgetown is the Penang State Museum and Art Gallery, thanks to which you can get acquainted with the history of the city and see beautiful paintings created by the hands of local artists.Connoisseurs of art should not pass by another museum – namely, the Batik Painting Museum Penang, where, as you might guess, visitors will find a wonderful exposition of batik artworks. Together with young tourists, it will be interesting to visit two cultural institutions in Georgetown – the Asia Comic Cultural Museum, dedicated to cartoons and comics, as well as the Made in Penang Museum, famous for its interactive entertainment.

In Teluk Bahang, a must-see is the Entopia Tropical Park, thanks to which you can learn about how a butterfly is made from a pupa, what insects and animals live in tropical forests.It is also a great place to satisfy the need for aesthetic pleasure. Bukit Mertajam is home to the beautiful Christian Church St Anne’s Church, which becomes the most visited place in Malaysia on July 26, when the feast of St. Anne is held here. The completion of the construction of the shrine took place in 1888. The Floating Mosque, built in 2007, is definitely worth a visit, for which it is worth going to the city of Tajung Bungah.

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In Balik-Palau, the Tropical Fruit Farm is interesting, thanks to a visit to which travelers learn a lot of interesting information about exotic fruits. Inexperienced travelers may even hear some of the names of tropical fruits for the first time (for example, longkong, dragonfruit (pitaya), jackfruit, carambolla), while others have long become traditional on almost any table in the world (mango, passionfruit, melon).Another notable place in the Malaysian state is the Art and Garden Park, located next to a tropical fruit farm. This is one of the most picturesque places on the planet, where man-made works of art are combined with those created by nature itself.

It is worth going to the TeddyVille Museum (located in Batu Feringhi) not only with little tourists – adults will also have a great time, feeling like children again. The collection contains a large number of teddy bears in different sizes.In Butterworth, the magnificently decorated Tow Boo Kong Temple is noteworthy. Perhaps the most interesting natural attraction is the Chin Farm Waterfall, which is located in Batu Feringhi. The road to the falls is not unnecessarily difficult, but well worth the effort. Nearby there is another great place to walk – Tropical Spice Garden, where you can learn a lot of interesting information about herbs and at the same time enjoy magnificent views with lush vegetation.This article about Cultural Landmarks in Penang is protected by the copyright law. Full reprinting is permitted only if the source is indicated with a direct link to www.orangesmile.com.

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What to visit on a 2-day guided tour of Penang

Batu Feringgi

Bukit Bendera (Penang Hill)

Where : 215 Macalister Road, Bukit Bendera, Penang;

Snake Temple

Where : Bayan Lepas, Penang;

Penang Botanical Gardens

Where : Jalan Kebun Bunga, Penang; Tel : +60 (0) 4 227 0428;

Butterfly Farm

Where : Teluk Bahang, Penang; Tel : +60 (0) 4 885 1253;

Kek Lok Si (Temple of Paradise)

Where : Ayer Hitam (Air Itam), Penang;

Teluk Duyung (Monkey Beach) and Taman Negara Pulau Penang (Penang National Park)

Where : Taman Negara Pulau Pinang, Jalan Hassan Abas, Teluk Bahang ,, Penang; Tel : +60 (0) 4 881 3530 / +60 (0) 4 881 3500; Add.info : [email protected];

Fort Cornwallis

Where : Padang Kota Lama, Georgetown, Penang; Tel : +60 (0) 4 261 0260;

Kuan Yin Temple

Where : Jalan Masjid Kapitan Kling (Lebuh Pitt), Georgetown, Penang;

Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion

Where : Lebu Leith, Georgetown, Penang; Tel : +60 (0) 4 262 0006;

Khoo Kongsi

Where : 18 Cannon Square, Georgetown, Penang; Tel : +60 (0) 4 261 4609;

Sri Mariamman Temple

Where : Jalan Masjid Kapitan Kling, corner of Lebuh Chulia and Lebuh Queen, Penang;

Penang Museum and Art Gallery

Where : Lebuh Farquhar, Penang;

Masjid Kapitan Keling (Kapitan Keling Mosque)

Where : Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling, Penang; Add.info : Dress modestly, and remove shoes before entering;

Iconic Cultural Landmarks of Malaysia

The Putrajaya Mosque in the city of the same name was built at the end of the last century and is one of the most beautiful Islamic temples in the world. This is facilitated by its picturesque location on the shore of the lake and the sophisticated oriental architectural style in which it was built. From a distance, the mosque resembles a pink fairytale palace or biscuit cake…. Open
90,000 Hotels in Penang. Good hotels and apartments on Penang Island

Hotels in Penang are presented in all price categories. Penang has, as cheap hotels and guesthouses, mid-range hotels, apartments for the price of hotels, and of course 5-star hotels with their own beach. Pulau Penang is a huge island full of skyscrapers and cozy low-rise European-style houses.

Best Penang Hotels in Malaysia

Where to stay Penang

How to choose the best option for living on the island? There is where to turn around.A large number of budget as well as expensive hotels. With and without a pool. With and without breakfast included. The main thing is not to get confused and not lose all day exploring almost 400 housing options.

For this, we have hand-picked apartments and hotels in Penang of different price ranges, so that you do not have a complete mess in your head.

Where is the best place to stay? In Georgetown or Batu Ferringhi. To understand where it will be more convenient, you need to decide for what purpose and for how long you are flying.

  • If you are traveling for 2-3 days or for a Thai visa, then choose hotels in Georgetown. A hotel in the center of Georgetown will be the most convenient option for exploring the sights of the old city and Penang in general.
  • If you are on vacation for 2-3 weeks or for a month, we recommend that you consider first of all the Batu Ferringhi area. So you will live next to the sea and, if you wish, you can always get to the center and attractions by bus or by car. You can also look at housing on Tanjung Bungah or in the Gurney Drive area.

Hotels on the beach of Batu Feringhi

Cheap hotels in Batu Ferringhi, a selection of budget accommodation near the sea.

My Budget Home Motel

Even for such a low price you can live without infringements and without giving up comfort. Malaysia can still surprise and this budget motel is proof of this.

Feringghi Stay Iinn

The hotel is located just two minutes from the beach. The room has air conditioning, hot water, internet and a private bathroom.

Green Ocean Inn

Nice, clean room with beds, bedside table and TV. Normal option for 1-3 days near the sea in the picturesque area of ​​Miami Bay.

More expensive hotels

The hotels are average in price, but at a level higher than the previous housing options.

The Bayview Beach Resort

4-star hotel in Penang with its own beach in Batu Ferringhi.Everything you need in the room is available, up to a hairdryer and a bathroom, which is a rarity for Asia.

Holiday Inn Resort Penang

Well established resort with positive reviews and a large room. On the territory of the pool with sun loungers and blue water. Front line hotel, Batu Ferringhi beach.

Hard Rock Hotel Penang

The Hard Rock Hotel is a stylish and youthful hotel on Batu Ferringi with its own beach.All furnishings are modern and bright. It will be great to spend a few weeks here. Enjoy a chic area with a swimming pool, bars and entertainment.

All hotels in Batu Ferringhi

5 Star Hotels in Penang and Luxury Luxury Hotels

Luxury 4 and 5 star hotels in Batu Ferringi beach area.

Lone Pine Hotel

Hotel 5 stars Penang, Batu Ferringhi. Located right on the beach, first line.Relaxation surrounded by greenery and complete relaxation. If you want, lie in a hammock, if you want, have fun in your beautiful room on the spacious balcony.

Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La Penang

ShangriLa Penang Hotel has its own water park, 3 swimming pools and attentive staff. At the Shangri La hotel, a truly luxury vacation is now affordable for many.

PARKROYAL Penang Resort

One of the best five-star hotels in Batu Feringhi with a good and varied breakfast, a comfortable room and a well-groomed area.

All hotels on Penang Island

Rent an apartment in Penang

Rent an apartment in Penang for the price of a hotel? Why not! There are many modern condominiums on the island. Renting an apartment in Penang is possible daily and for a month. Renting an apartment costs the same as a hotel, and sometimes even cheaper. Many condos have a swimming pool, gym and parking. The apartments have a kitchen – you can cook. An excellent alternative to hotels.

Apartments Batu Feringhi

Aloka Seaview Apartment

A complex of apartments with a full kitchen, several bedrooms and sea views for a reasonable fee.

Penang Batu Feringghi Delima Condo

A modern condominium with a playground, a swimming pool and apartments with all the necessary furniture, linen and dishes is perfect for families.

Batu Ferringhi Seaview Apartment

Apartment by the sea in Penang. Spacious apartments, luxurious balcony overlooking Batu Ferringhi Beach and clean pool. All this can be found in the Sea View condo in Penang.

Eden Seaview

If you want a 100-meter apartment that you don’t want to leave, then this is the place for you.But the apartment takes not only the number of meters, but also the quality.

Batu Ferringhi Beach Apartment

A designer touch, a three-bedroom apartment perfect for a large family or group of friends. An interesting bar-style kitchen and a balcony with mountain views. In my opinion, very good for the money.

Batu Feringghi executive Apartment

Apartments with sea views in Sayang Condo is the case if you need home comfort.You can live here for a long time, or you can settle in for a vacation in Malaysia. The beach is very close.

All apartments in Batu Ferringhi

Hotels in Georgetown

A selection of housing in downtown Georgetown and surrounding areas. At the beginning are the cheapest hotels in Penang. But normal, not hostels, with their own toilet and with good reviews from tourists. Then there are several mid-range hotels and guesthouses.

Muntri House

Large room for a modest fee in a clean hotel.Breakfast is included in the price. One of the best budget deals in town.

Kimberley House

An atmospheric place with a stylish design and a non-standard approach to interior decoration. The hotel is close to the Komtar tower.

28 Bahari

Small room, but with a balcony. For one person, that’s it. Rave visitor reviews and recommendations ensure you enjoy it.

Apollo Inn

A clean, cool hotel with its own bathroom, and rather big.The room has air conditioning and TV.

Lang Hoose

Cozy and atmospheric guesthouse in the center of Georgetown in the Indian quarter.

D’Nice Heritage House

Another hotel in an old building in the very center of the old town. Great location for sightseeing.

Chulia Mansion

Quality hotel on Chulia Street in the heart of Georgetown.An ideal place to stop for a few days. The highest Booking rating of all the hotels in the selection.

All hotels in Georgetown

Georgetown Condos

Several housing options near Georgetown, which can be rented for a few days or a month.

Mansion One Apartment

Apartments in the prestigious Gurney Drive area in the quality Mansion condominium for family or a group of friends.There are 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom apartments. Complete cuisine.

Mansion One Sea View

Some more cool apartments at Mansion One. Inexpensive studios and one bedroom apartments with sea views.

Marina Bay Condominium

Marina Bay Condominium offers spacious two bedroom apartments with sea views. There is a kitchen and a washing machine. On the territory there is a swimming pool and a gym.Nearby buses and shopping center Gurney Plaza.

All apartments in Penang

All hotels in Penang in our selection have good reviews on the Booking website. A rating of 7.5-8 for hotels in Malaysia is already considered very good. Book your favorite hotel rooms and enjoy the wonderful island.

Malaysia Rental Sites:

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Agoda.com →
Airbnb.com →

90,000 Other Asia: Medical Tourism in Malaysia – Traditional and Alternative Therapies

As Thailand and Vietnam gradually cease to be exotic destinations, a new star of the Asian region – Malaysia – rises on the tourist Olympus. This country not only preserves the traditions of Malay, Indian and Chinese cultures, but also offers guests all the benefits of technological progress. Many people associate “true Asia” – that is how the locals like to call Malaysia – is associated with the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, pristine mangrove forests, friendly population, the world famous sky bridge to Langkawi and a specific, but such delicious fruit durian.

However, against the background of its neighbors, Malaysia stands out for another aspect – medical tourism. By the way, half of the approximately 2,000 Malaysian students studying in Russia annually are students of medical universities. In addition, a strong connection with the former metropolis – Great Britain – helps the Malaysian healthcare industry to use all the latest developments in world medicine.

Availability and global standards

“Travel for health” as a direction has been developing especially actively during the last 15-20 years.The medical system in Malaysia is divided into two parts: public and private. The government controls the level of medical services provided in the country, ensuring the high quality of medicine and compliance with leading international standards. For example, clinics in Kuala Lumpur and Penang were among the first in the Asian region to receive the Joint Commission International (JCI) certificate, which confirms compliance with the highest standards in the field of healthcare and is recognized throughout the world. The quality of services is also guaranteed by the accreditation of the Malaysian Society for Quality in Health (MSQH).Regular checks are carried out not only in public clinics, but also in private ones. Based on the results, an internal rating of the country’s medical institutions is compiled, the best of which can be found on the website of the Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council.

And the results are visible. Thus, in 2015, the country was visited by over 850,000 tourists wishing to improve their health. The country has received numerous awards from the professional community. For example, according to the prestigious IMTJ Medical Travel Awards, Malaysia became the best country for medical tourism in 2016 in the region.Several medical institutions also became the best in their nominations: Best International Hospital (Sunway Medical Center), Best International Dental Clinic (Imperial Dental Specialists Center), Best International Clinic for Cosmetic Surgery (Beverly Wilshire Medical Center), Best International Perinatal Center (TMC Fertility Center) …

Such successes are primarily due to the combination of high quality medical care and reasonable prices – for example, in comparison with Israeli and US clinics in Malaysia, you can save from 30 to 75% or more.

Ideal Union: Nature and Alternative Practices

Hospitals and medical centers in Malaysia offer services in almost all areas in demand: dentistry, cosmetology, dermatology, plastic surgery, transplantation, ophthalmology, general therapy, pediatrics, gynecology, andrology, urology, endocrinology, cardiology, nephrology, radiotherapy and radiosurgery, oncology.

An important reason for the choice of medical tourists in Malaysia is the conditions for postoperative recovery.The country’s climate contributes to the recovery to a large extent – here you can do eco-travel, relax on the sea or high-altitude plantations here all year round. In addition to traditional recovery, Malaysia also offers various non-traditional health practices – massages, herbal treatments, world-famous Ayurveda, acupressure – treatment through pressure on certain points of the body and acupuncture – exposure to the body with special needles. The latter trend is especially popular in Malaysia, and the famous Acupuncture Herbal and Medical Treatment Center in Kuala Lumpur is considered one of the best in the world.The guests of Malaysia also have thermal and mineral springs and baths – the most famous of them are located in Sabakh, Pedas, Tambun.

It is noteworthy that not only private clinics, but also public hospitals are very active in non-traditional types of treatment and postoperative recovery.

As reliable as in a hospital, as comfortable as in a resort

For those who value a high level of comfort during treatment, many clinics provide an opportunity to recover both within their walls, in special high-comfort wards, and in nearby hotels, where treatment is more like a rest.The medical staff regularly visits patients and carries out the necessary procedures.
Interaction with the treating staff is facilitated by the almost complete absence of any language barrier. First, the vast majority of Malaysian professionals undergo internships and training abroad and speak good English. Secondly, here you can easily hire an interpreter, which is often practiced among patients if they do not speak a foreign language. You can also find a Russian-speaking specialist.By the way, a fairly large number of Malaysian doctors studied in Russia, therefore, upon returning to their homeland, they speak Russian well.

A significant plus of Malaysia in the field of medical tourism is the visa-free regime of stay in the country for Russians for 30 days. It is convenient for relatives and friends, you can come with the whole family without thinking about visa formalities.

When planning a trip to Malaysia, start at the Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council (MHTC MHTC – https: // www.mhtc.org.my/). Here you will find basic information for patients and will be able to choose the best clinics in the country with which you will continue to communicate directly.

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