Malaysia provides medical treaetment/surgery for virtually any condition at a world-class medical center in several different cities in the country. The medical tourism in Malaysia is ranked Top 5 as the world’s most visited
healthcare travel destination. Multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, and multi-lingual, Malaysia is an excellent choice for meeting the healthcare needs of
international medical tourism patients. The medical tourism is highly promoted by the Government of Malaysia under the Ministry of Health, thus
provides medical tourist the assurance on quality care, regulation, safety standards and the governing laws within this industry.
Cost Saving Healthcare Travel
The favorable exchange rate of the US Dollar to Malaysian Ringgit (RM)
makes the already low cost medical treatment an incredible value to international patients. Amazingly, you still save more even if you factor in your holiday expenses with the medical costs.
World-Class Medical Facilities
Hospitals and medical centres partnered with JL Welt are internationally
accredited. From advanced diagnostic equipment to cutting-edge surgery
facilities, every procedure will be carried out in compliance with high quality
Qualified Medical Professionals
Highly trained physicians, medical surgeons and medical staff in all areas of
expertise ensure peace-of-mind medical treatment, great hospitality and impeccable service.
The Federation of Malaysia comprises Peninsular Malaysia made up of 11 states, 3
federal territories and the states of Sabah and Sarawak in Borneo. Malaysia is an
exciting, friendly and hassle-free destination. Its pluralist culture comes from a
beautiful fusion of Malay, Chinese, Indian and ethnic groups.
Although Malay is the national language, most Malaysian speaks at least 2 to 3 languages. Being a former British Colony, English is widely spoken.
52% Muslim, 17% Buddhist, 12% Taoist, 8% Christian, 8% Hindu, 2% tribal.
Malaysia has a tropical climate and the weather is hot and humid all year round.
Temperatures range from 21°C to 32 °C and the annual rainfall varies from 2,000mm to 2,500mm.
Travel light is suggested though fine-dining restaurants will expect appropriate
attire. Wear unrevealing cloths during temple visit.
The unit of currency is Malaysia Ringgit (RM). Conversion rate: USD 1= RM4.30
The Subscriber Identity Module Card (SIM) must be used in conjunction with a
Digital GSM mobile phone within the 900-MHz range or a Digital PCN mobile phone within the 1800-MHz range.
Voltage is 220 - 240 volts AC at 50 cycles per second.
Standard 3-pin square plugs and sockets.
Police & Ambulance: 999
Fire & Rescue: 994
Kuala Lumpur International Airport: 603 2267 4311
Malaysian Tourist Information Center : 603 2164 3929