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What to See in Langkawi (Malaysia)

What to See in Langkawi (Malaysia)

According to Ehangzhou.org, Langkawi is an archipelago consisting of 99 islands. The largest of them is Palau-Langkawi, where the largest number of tourists come. Langakwi is a modern resort with long sandy beaches, developed infrastructure, numerous shops and picturesque nature. Langkawi means “red eagle” in Malay. Eagles with brick-colored wings really live here, and in one of the towns – Kuah – there is a huge “monument” to this bird. At the pier of this city, located in the southeast of…

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Malaysia Population and Economic Conditions

Malaysia Population and Economic Conditions

Population The population (21,410,000 residents According to an estimate of 1998), with very high annual growth rate (8. 800. 000 children under 18 years in 1995), presents a wide variety of ethnic groups and cultures. The 62 % (the Bumiputra) is of Malaysian origin and practice Islam, while the rest are of Chinese origin (29 %, of the Buddhist religion) and India (8 %, of Hindu religion) and other minor ethnic groups (in Borneo the most important ethnic groups are…

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Emigration to Malaysia

Emigration to Malaysia

Area: 330,290 km² Residents: 32,049,700 (2017 estimate) Population density: 97 E / km² Form of Government: federal, electoral parliamentary monarchy System of Government: parliamentary Neighboring countries: Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei Capital: Kuala Lumpur National language: Malay Religions: 60% Muslims (State religion), 20% Buddhists, 9% Christian religions, 6% Hindus, 2.6% Taoists and Confucianists, 0.02% Jehovah’s Witnesses Currency: Ringgit (MYR) 1 MYR = 100 Sen Exchange rates: Indo -China-Time (UTC + 8) 1 EUR = 4.91 MYR 100 MYR = 20.35 EUR 1 CHF = 4.45 MYR 100 MYR = 22.43…

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Malaysia Education

Malaysia Education

In Malaysia, compulsory is 11 years and free schooling from the children is 6 years. There are also private schools. These do not receive public support. Malay is the language of instruction, while English is compulsory as a first foreign language. Chinese and Tamil are the language of instruction in some primary schools. According to Bridgat, all children start in primary school, and almost 90% continue in high school. The upper secondary school is 7-years, where in the last 4…

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