Malaysia’s pride in healthcare is the modern infrastructure and internationally certified physicians. A medical tourist at Malaysia would be able to choose treatment options from any of the many JCI accredited multi-speciality hospitals with little to no waiting time.
Millions of medical tourists visit Malaysia every year and the medical tourism setting is monitored by the government’s Health Care department. Majority of the foreign patients are from Indonesia and considerable number from Middle East, Australia and Europe.
Malaysia is known for its rehabilitation centres that use traditional methods for total rejuvenation. Malaysia is the centre of chiropractic (alternative treatment for musculoskeletal disorders) treatments.
Although Malay is the official language, other Asian languages are spoken and English is used very prevalently every day. Malaysia Government's "Malaysia Tourism Transformation Plan" is planned to attract 36 million tourists to Malaysia by the year 2020. This helps to generate investments and improvements in tourism sector.
CULTURE & TOURISM:
Malaysia is a traveller’s paradise with exotic places peppered throughout its coastline that are easily accessible. Kuala Lumpur, Kuching, and Penang Island attract many visitors.
Malaysia experiences tropical rainforest climate sometimes referred to as equatorial, being hot and humid throughout the year. The average temperature is 25 °C. The best time to visit Malaysia is between May and September.