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Banking in Malaysia

Malaysia has a contemporary and sophisticated banking industry, and you should find banking there an easy process. Banks are invariably open Monday to Friday 0930-1530, and Saturday 0930-1130 (except for the first and third Sat each month). The majority of banks have automated teller machines, which permit deposits and cash withdrawals amongst other services.

To open a bank account in Malaysia, you will be required to provide the following documentation:

  • Form of ID (passport)
  • Reference from employer, company or a Malaysian contact

 

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