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Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Go to Malaysia . Their petrol is even cheaper than Coca Cola!'

Go To Malaysia. Their Petrol Is Even Cheaper Than Coca Cola"

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Petrol too expensive? Can't afford a house?
No, it's not Malaysians complaining about the high cost of living in our country but rather what other countries think about Malaysia.
A list compiling top complaints of citizens in other countries comparing them to what Malaysia offers has been circulating on social media since early May.
The tongue-in-cheek posting shared on the #malaysiabest Twitter feed offered up a new twist to the age-old saying that 'the grass is always greener on the other side'.
Malaysians often like to complain about everything from the state of public hospitals with long waiting lines and make a big fuss whenever the price of petrol goes up  by a few sen.
However, if we take off our blinkers and look outside of our country to see how people around the world view us, it makes us realise how much we often take for granted in our own country.
For starters, our heavily subsidised healthcare services and public utilities, including electricity, water and petrol.
"US :You want free healthcare ? You can leave USA and go to Malaysia . It's almost free there!
'Canada : petrol price too expensive ? Leave Canada and go to Malaysia . Their petrol is even cheaper than Coca Cola!'
In fact, a report by International Living recognised Malaysia as among the top five destinations for foreigners.
Malaysia is also the only Asian country in the report titled “5 Countries With The Best Healthcare In The World” publised in February this year.
Malaysia's laid back lifestyle is another big advantage with a recent article on CNNMoney highlighting Kuala Lumpur as among the best places for expatriates to retire abroad in 2017. 
'Japan : want to enjoy life while working ? Leave Japan and go Malaysia . They have a lot of Public Holidays , they work until 6 pm , most doesn't work on weekend , go movie, drink Starbucks, eat at Indian Muslims restaurants and always travel.'
Even our country's continued emphasis on funding vernacular education despite having government public schools was not missed out as well as the current state of politics at home.
'China : want to secure a placement in high school ? Leave China and go Malaysia . They have lots of Chinese schools for you and everyone is secured of a place .
'Singapore : you want to curse and defame your leader in FB ? Leave Singapore maa and go up north . They curse their Prime Minister everyday.'
You can read the full posting on #malaysiabest as shared by Facebook user Amrayy Lensa Amrayy.
Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak also urged Malaysians to not look down at their own country at a dialogue on Design Thinking and Transformasi Nasional 2050 (TN50), at the fifth anniversary of Genovasi Malaysia yesterday.
“When people come to Malaysia and experience Malaysia, they said Hey! Malaysia is not a failed state, you should be proud of Malaysia,” he observed.
Najib said there are many good things awaiting Malaysians and the Government must provide Malaysians hope for the future, Bernama reports.
Just as the prime minister observed, the #malaysiabest list aptly concludes with the observation, "Whatever it is Malaysia is still the best!"
- mD

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