Malaysia is a popular place to retire and many people around the world select this place to settle down after retirement. When we are about to select a place to retire, the first thing that comes in our mind is the available options for recreation. Many consider the post-retirement days to be the golden days of life and without the means of recreation, there is no way we can call the days as ‘golden’. Malaysia has no dearth of options for recreation. If we examine them all, we can say without any doubt that trying out local food dishes and travelling are 2 of the biggest means of recreation for the expats who have settled down in Malaysia after their retirement.

Lipsmacking Malaysian Dishes

When in Malaysia, eat like a Malaysian. The affordable, non-spicy and healthy Malaysian cuisines are certainly to make your stay more comfortable. No need to cook food regularly. One could eat out within an average budget, save the retirement fund nest and spend the time saved in some more purposeful activities like participation in cultural activities. There are numerous ways of spending a grand retirement in Malaysia.

Delighful Retirement

Places to Visit in Malaysia

The foreign expats love to visit Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Langkawi, Kota Kinabalu, Ipoh, Kuching and Tioman. Apart from these places, the Islands of Malacca, Sabah and Redang are also popular tourist places in Malaysia. Besides the ultra-modern cities, there are virgin beaches, rainforests and hillsides in Malaysia. The retired expats from Australia, the UK and USA prefer to spend their time amidst the tranquil nature. Many of them stay in George Town, Penang to soak in the old world charm of this erstwhile colonial settlement.

  • Experience the colonial charm of the bygone era (Island of Penang): The colonial buildings, the old streets, markets, eateries and downtown areas are still holding on to the colonial culture. People are not yet used to with the jet-speed life of the modern era. Time moves on at its old pace intermittent with different events like street art shows, fairs and cultural events.
  • Scenic Islands of Langkawi: A total of 99 islets make up the archipelago of Langkawi. Most of them are uninhabited however a selective few have been transformed as luxury resorts, favourite spots of water sports, marine parks and wildlife sanctuaries.

If you want to spend your golden days, come and retire in Malaysia. Explore its diverse opportunities for recreation or spend your time cultivating your hobby. To settle down in Malaysia after your retirement, you may gather information on special visa facility programmed by the government for encouraging the foreign expats to come and stay here.