Straddling the South China Sea and home to an array of cultures, a diverse geography and a futuristic capital city, Malaysia is a truly unique country, in both its landscapes and its citizens.
Choose to study in Malaysia and you’ll discover that the country’s natural beauty extends way beyond its ancient rainforests, national parks and glorious beaches. In the cities too, there’s plenty to keep all the senses occupied, from colorful and varied markets to the mosques, Buddhist temples and Hindu shrines that are often found side by side, and the profusion of annual festivals celebrating both traditional and modern aspects of Malaysian culture.
One of the world’s most politically stable countries, Malaysia may be second to Singapore in terms of regional economic clout, but it offers a much more organic lifestyle than its city-state rival. Malaysia is a country, where you wont have to worry about eating out, as everything is halaal. The climate is just like Bangladesh and as it’s a Muslim country, the culture is somewhat the same as well. Plus it’s a short flight home and is connected with both Chittagong and Dhaka so anytime you are feeling homesick, your friends and family can hop on a plane to come visit you!
Malaysia is centrally connected with other East Asian countries like Singapore, Thailand. Plus, Malaysia is a hot tourist destination in itself with picturesque Langkawi and Genting Highlands offering the perfect weekend getaway.