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Singapore-Malaysia Club (Sing Ma Club)
The SingMa Club was created for the purpose of providing Singaporeans and Malaysians living in San Diego with a means to connect with their fellow countrymen and to provide opportunities to share our cultural heritage and pride in our traditions, as well as, provide opportunities for networking, both socially and for business.


Malaysia Professional & Business Association (MPBA)
MPBA stands for "Malaysian Professional And Business Association", it's a non-profit, non-political association based in San Jose, California.


Singapore American Business Association (SABA-SoCal)
Singapore American Business Association (SABA-SoCal) was founded in 1995 to benefit the increasing needs of the local community doing business with Singapore and around Southeast Asia. Its primary goals are to facilitate business networking and communication for companies and entrepreneurs with interests in Southern California and Singapore, while educating the business community about opportunities that exist between the two regions. In addition, it aims to provide local community support for Singaporean companies, their employees and their families in Southern California.


Expatriates in Malaysia
Expat.com.my has been running as a community service since 1997, with the intent of providing updated information to the expatriate community in Malaysia.


Malaysia My Second Home Programme
Malaysia My Second Home Programme is promoted by the Government of Malaysia to allow foreigners who fulfill certain criteria, to stay in Malaysia for as long as possible on a multiple-entry social visit pass.


Learn Bahasa Malaysia / Bahasa Melayu (Malay language)
The official language of Malaysia. In Malaysia, the language is now officially known as Bahasa Malaysia (Malaysian language), though constitutionally it is called Bahasa Melayu or BM for short. Malaysians use the term Malay to refer not to the language but to an ethnic group i.e. those who are Muslim. Singapore, Brunei and southern Thailand refer to the language as Bahasa Melayu (Malay language).


Kuala Lumpur Interactive Map Online


Malaysia Recipes, Food, Cuisine and Restaurants Online :

Wikipedia Malaysia

U,S. Department of State : Malaysia

Central Intelligence Agency ( CIA ) :
Malaysia

Malaysia Portal for
Malaysian Local Directory

Kuala Lumpur International Airport

Kuala Lumpur City Air Terminal
(KL CAT)

Lonely Planet Destination :
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