Malaysia joins list of Southeast Asian countries enticing digital nomads with low cost of living

Malaysia has just announced a new digital nomad visa in an attempt to position itself as Southeast Asia’s next big hub for remote workers.

As well as launching the ‘DE Rantau Nomad Pass’ for qualified foreigners, the country has promised to build digital nomad communities. It is also creating more remote work hubs with stable internet connections throughout the country.

Who can apply for a Malaysia’s digital nomad visa?

The new visa was announced by the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) – a government initiative to boost the country’s digital revolution and economy. The ‘DE Rantau’ programme targets both local and foreign digital nomads.

Malaysia’s digital nomad visa will be available to those

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