Moving to Malaysia
Malaysia is the third largest ASEAN economy, and has one of the best economic records in Asia. Average GDP growth from 1957 to 2005 was 6.5%, and in 2011 GDP was about $450 billion.
Malaysia is a popular destination for TransGlobal Shipping and Storage customers, and whether moving to Kuala Lumpur to the north or Johor Bahru near Singapore, we can help make your move a smooth one.
Getting Started With Your Move to Malaysia
TransGlobal Shipping and Storage can move any sized consignment economically and quickly.
With our fleet of vans, trucks and shipping containers, and our business partners throughout Malaysia, we ensure you receive great customer service and the benefit of local knowledge during the removal.
There is a lot to plan for – we assist you at every stage from planning and packing through to delivery to your new home.
We can also assist with setting up and unpacking, and removal of packaging material, plus we can take care of insurance, manage customs requirements on exit and entry and arrange storage should you need it.
The first step is to get a Fast Online Moving Quote. By providing us with the details of your home, we can get back to you with a firm quote to move to Malaysia. If there is anything that needs special packing or attention, we will contact you to discuss it.
Moving to Malaysia – Useful Links
Here are some useful links to help you plan your move to Malaysia and to get established when you arrive.
Moving To Malaysia
Immigration and Visas
Weather and Climate
Real Estate and Housing
Need more information?
If you have any queries in regards to relocation to Malaysia, contact us today. We are more than happy to help with all your moving requirements.
The Times, They Are A Changin’
Local time in Malaysia has been adjusted numerous times over the years. In 1932, clocks were advanced by 20 minutes in an attempt to “increase” daylight hours. In 1941, time leapt forward another 10 minutes to realign to neighbouring nations; in 1942 the region was forced to observe Tokyo time by advancing yet another two hours; in 1945, following the defeat of the Japanese, clocks reverted to the 1941 standard; and in 1982, time was pushed forward another 30 minutes so that Malaysian Standard Time was 8 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time.