Population: 228,843 Malaysia

Living in Sungai Petani, Malaysia:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Sungai Petani, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Sungai Petani what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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It is a little sleepy town in the North of Malaysia. Not much happens here but you can kick back and enjoy a quiet life. Recently, there has been an influx of foreign brands coming into the city. We now have a Starbucks, a McDonalds and two KFCs. Globalization happens everywhere!

Michelle, says: 2020

this city is not too big and not too small. it has all the basic facilities within minutes of reach. This city has a mix of races which also shows how united they are here. This will be an excellent place to bring up a family here.

Sungai Petani is a food heaven. Many people come to this city just to eat. You can find the best menu here. The best part is, the price is so cheap. You can buy chicken chop for as low as RM 5.00 only. The drinks also range from RM1. 00 to RM2. 00. You can’t find that anywhere else.

Advantages: My city is mostly villageside. So there will be low air pollution. The price at my city is reasonable. People who came from Kuala Lumpur will know the difference very clearly when they stay here. So moneywise, they can save money staying at my city. My city also has a lot of rice fields. You will feel very peaceful when visiting the rice fields. Disadvantage: My area is undeveloped so it will be hard sometimes to get some things here like headphones, and so on.

Kieran, says: 2020

He or she will be able to build more experience, knowledge, and friendship as it is a multicultural city. Besides, good transportation facilities are provided so they can save money and time when going from place to place. Overall, it is a city that preserves nature and is not quite hectic.

Natasha, says: 2020

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