Employment opportunities are plenty and costs of living are relatively low. Malaysia has excellent health care facilities and there are many international schools to choose from if you settle here with children. Malaysia is a developed country so the change in transition is not too much to handle.

39% of Malaysian employees say uncooperative bosses and colleagues are a barrier to achieving work-life balance. 37% say their workplace does not provide them with the necessary tools required to work from home. Their diverse workforce and the harmonious integration between locals and the expats draws more and more foreigners to Malaysia. Beside work opportunities, Malaysian companies offer competitive salaries and benefits to their employees which keep them very satisfied.

Malaysia has the potential to become a leading outsourcing destination, given its investor-friendly policies and focus on technology. But it also has its share of challenges. 

That’s why it’s wise to review average salary data and weigh the pros and cons before deciding on Malaysia as your outsourcing destination. 


In short, some common non-Arabic languages is English, are Hindi, Urdu, Farsi, Omani, Balochis, Tagalog, Malayalam, Sinhalese, Nepali and more. The Tagalog is a language with origin in Philippines