More Japanese Keen On MM2H Print E-mail
More Japanese keen on MM2H
Second most preferred after Australia

PENANG: The Malaysia My Second Home Programme is gaining popularity among the Japanese who regard Malaysia as the second most preferred retirement home after Australia.
    Penang and Kuala Lumpur are among the most preferred states for MM2H participants as they both offer good security and healthcare facilities.
    He said Malaysia’s warm weather and diversity in its food and culture attracted many foreigners who wanted to experience a different lifestyle after retirement.
    There are about seven million Baby Boomers retiring this year and statistics show that 20% of them, or 1.4 million people will seek a retirement home outside Japan. Many of Japanese staying in Malaysia was looking forward to making friends with locals and learning some of the dialects such as Hokkien.