The DE Rantau initiative promotes digital professional mobility and tourism throughout Malaysia with the goal of becoming Malaysia the preferred ASEAN center for digital nomads.
By building a thriving environment that supports digital nomads, the DE Rantau initiative benefits both local talent and international nomads. Traveling and working from different locations in Malaysia is possible for digital nomads who have access to reliable internet connectivity and a range of additional amenities and services that support their way of life.
An exclusive entry-level digital nomad pass that removes the limitations of the regular travel pass, allowing you to enjoy your travels and stays while focusing on what's important: work, channel content, places to explore and things to see.
You can apply here or get help from one of our verified Experts for Malaysia.
3 Eligibility Requirements
2 Document Required
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The benefits offered to digital nomads, such as nomad-ready living and working hubs, hand-selected local services, discount coupons, latest information, and promotions, are accessible to DE Rantau members.
You can renew the Malaysia Digital Nomad Visa for an extra (1) year.
You are able to bring in spouse and child/children.
Talent gain & drain map of 2015-2019 data. Sourced from World Bank Digital Development Data.
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