People may wish to consider relocating abroad to Malaysia, as it is a "choice about lifestyle".
This is according to Homesgofast.com director Nick Marr, who explained individuals choose the country because of all of the things it has to offer.
He highlighted "its people, its food, the beautiful landscapes and – of course – the warm ocean waters" as some of its key factors.
Men and women might need to consider accommodation when they move to a new location and the expert pointed out Malaysia has some of the region's cheapest housing.
However, Mr Marr said buying property in the nation should be considered a long-term strategy – "say, ten years".
"If you are seeking a quick buck, Malaysia is not the investment for you," he declared.
Foreigners account for approximately two per cent of all real estate sales in the country, the specialist added.
International private medical insurance policies could be essential for expatriates moving to Malaysia, as according to the US Central Intelligence Agency World Factbook, the risk of contracting a major infectious disease on its shores is "high".
Some of the conditions listed include dengue fever, bacterial diarrhoea and malaria.