Malaysia’s location makes it a natural meeting point for Asia-Pacific countries, and also gives it convenient access from further afield locations from Australasia, Middle-East and Europe. With direct flights from over 100 cities on full-service and low-cost carriers, getting to Kuala Lumpur is both easy and affordable. Our visa requirements are visitor-friendly, wherein nationals from at least 127 countries do not need a visa for short stays.

Malaysia is undoubtedly one of the world’s leading value-for-money conference destinations, a key advantage to promoting greater participation from less-developed nations. Internationally, we were ranked the 5th most price-competitive country, in the World Economic Forum Competitiveness Report in 2013. It is easy to stage international conventions in Malaysia as English is widely spoken yet it is multilingual.

Malaysia’s mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Indigenous, Middle Eastern and Western cultures means it can cater well for a diversity of food, language and cultural needs. It is the true melting pot of Asia as the major cultures of China, India and the Malay flourish in an exciting blend of multi-ethnic experiences. Kuala Lumpur is a shopper’s paradise, a gourmet’s haven, an architect’s inspiration and an artist’s muse. It is a city where one can find different tempos-from the tranquility of a health spa to the frenetic beat of the nightlife and club scene, is not short on entertainment options for the young and the young at heart.

For MyNeuro2017, we would like to host the meeting at the Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur City Centre. The meeting venue is strategically located in the city centre with excellent public facilities, local transportation link and choice of accommodation to cater for MyNeuro2017 attendees’ needs.

The modern facilities, infrastructure and expertise available in Kuala Lumpur will lead to a smooth planning of the MyNeuro2017 and will leave a lasting legacy not only in the Malaysia community but also to the World.

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MyNeuro2017 Secretariat
Department of Neurosciences
Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia
School of Medical Sciences
Universiti Sains Malaysia

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