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New Immigration Policy

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MM2H program opens opportunities for all stay in Malaysia for an indefinite period, while retaining their original citizenship. Program long-term stay in Malaysia – "Malaysia – My Second Home" (MM2N) – Designed and maintained by the Government of Malaysia. MM2H is available to any family, and places no restrictions on national, religious, gender or age. Company Milleneo (MM2H) will provide you with services property acquisition, obtaining permanent residence and residence permit in Malaysia. Assistance in preparing the documents. Travel by boat – a new service for tourists in Malaysia tourists traveling in Malacca, Malaysia, can now spend time on luxury yacht, enjoying ocean expanses and exquisite dishes. Yacht Lili Marleen length of 76.62 m belongs to the head of the company Halim Mazmin Group.

Per trip, this boat can accommodate about 50 passengers. According to the owner of the yacht is a real floating hotel on board everyone can enjoy a wonderful dinner. In addition, the yacht can be hired for carrying out on board the festivities. Exclusive resort in the Malaysia's new luxury ekokurort Gayana Eco Resort opens on the island of Pulau Gaya near the island of Borneo in Malaysia. The resort complex includes a hotel and villas on the coast.

The hotel has 44 suites overlooking the sea. Each of them equipped with bed kingsayz, a bar and a plasma tv with a DVD-video player. Guests who will be placed on the Mangrove Villas and Ocean View, with its own boat ramp, the hotel offers an unusual service: breakfast special boat is delivered directly to the balcony. For active recreation can choose between hiking in the jungle, boat trips and diving, writes Asia Travel Tips. Connoisseurs of luxury holiday offer cold towel with the scent of lemongrass, cleaning services of sunglasses, a small spa-center with traditional Indonesian treatments and gourmet seafood restaurant. Pulau Gaya – the largest of five islands that together form the island National Park Abdul Rahman (Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park). Nearby is the Center for the Study of Marine Biology – Marine Ecology Research Centre, dealing with the problem of preservation of a unique coral reef aquarium in his shows ocean flora and fauna.

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