Western expats who are tired of countries like Thailand where discrimination is the norm, are thrilled to be moving to Malaysia, where they can buy a house they want, do the job they want, get an easy visa and work permit and more.

Over the last few decades, Thailand has attracted expatriates to the country to work, stay long periods of time to explore the country or retire.

In addition, Thailand has always been a place of interest for the traveller within the SE Asian region, where many like to stay medium- to long-term, sight-seeing, travelling, and ‘just hanging out’. Retirement in Thailand is part of a global trend of people relocating from high-income countries to lower income countries.

Thailand is now no longer the haven for those who want to retire in the country like before. For many the dream of living in Thailand has turned sour, where cultural and social problems have brought abrupt endings their Thai lifestyle.

According to a recent article in Tastythailand.com more and more expats are leaving Thailand for greener pastures and many are moving to Malaysia.

Why Malaysia?

No Discrimination For Western Expats – Unlike Thailand, which discriminates against western expats in the types of jobs they can do, the types of property they can buy, the bank loans they can get (or not!) in work permits, visas, and many more things, Malaysia does not discriminate.

Western expats who are tired of countries like Thailand where discrimination is the norm, are thrilled to be moving to Malaysia, where they can buy a house they want, do the job they want, get an easy visa and work permit and more.

 

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