Malaysia Johor Bahru

Johor Bahru, fondly known as JB is the state capital of Johor in Southern Peninsular Malaysia and it's just across the Causeway from Singapore separated by the Straits of Johor. Originally known as Tanjung Puteri, Johor Bahru was renamed in 1866 by Sultan Abu Bakar. The history of Johor plays an important role in influencing and shaping its character, social and cultural background. Much of them is best experienced through its people, arts, food, lifestyles and traditions.

Besides boasting its historical legacy, JB is now world renowned with the first Premium Outlet Center in South East Asia and the first LEGOLAND theme park in Asia-Pacific. Bigger things are in the works for JB under the development of Iskandar Malaysia blueprint so read on and marvel at the greatness of 'The Jewel of Asia'.

Malaysia My Second Home

Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) Programme is introduced by our government to allow people from all over the world to live or retire in Malaysia on a long term basis.This programme was transformed from the formerly known "Silver Hair Programme" which is only applicable for those who were 50 and above. The MM2H is now open to all citizens of the world and has no restrictions on race, religion or gender. You may participate in this programme alone or bring along your spouse, dependents (under 21 years at the time of MM2H submission) and even your own maid from your country.

MM2H visa is actually a Ten(10)-Year Social Visit Pass with Multiple Entry Visa which is renewable every 10 years. It is basically a long-stay programme that allows the participants to live in Malaysia and not worry about their short term visa renewals. You are welcome to stay here for 365 days a year without having to leave the country because the MM2H Pass extension or renewal can be done during your stay in Malaysia.

Apart from having the oppurtunities to enjoy the good quality lifestyle and the unique values of Malaysia, the government is offering to those who obtained the MM2H pass with attractive incentives to make living more comfortable in Malaysia :

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World Class Education

As education has been an important aspect on the wellbeing of our future generations, great emphasis has been initiated to embark Johor Bahru into a regional hub for world-class education.

A growing number of international universities and institutions are setting up operations within Johor Bahru. In close proximty to Molek Regency, the renowned institutions are highlighted below.

In particular, Excelsior International School, a flagship of Singapore's Raffles Campus Group and is built upon Raffles' expertise and experience in operating and managing school in Dubai, Singapore, India and China.
Excelsior International School
Real Schools International & Private
Paragon Private and International School
Crescendo-HELP International School
Fairview International School
Sunway College


Over the recent years, healthcare in Malaysia has tremendously been emphasized and the medical services offered by healthcare facilities in Malaysia are on par with those in fully developed nations.

They cost considerably less than similar ones in neighbouring countries and are a mere fraction of the prices charged in the West. Malaysian doctors and specialists are highly qualified, having received their training at overseas medical schools in countries such as Australia, the United Kingdom, United States and many others as well as in local universities.

All private healthcare facilities in Malaysia are required to be licensed under the Private Healthcare Facilities and Services Act 1998 and Private Healthcare Facilities and Services Regulations 2006.
KPJ Johor Specialist Hospital
KPJ Pasir Gudang Specialist Hospital
KPJ Bandar Dato' Onn Specialist Hospital
Malaysia Columbia Asia Hospital
Columbia Asia, Southkey
Regency Specialist Hospital

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