Moved to Malaysia on permanent basis. Anyone out there?

Hello and Assalamo Alaikum,

It’s been really busy last few months but very exciting at the same time as well. Due to hectic schedule, I was unable to post much but I think things are settling down a bit at my end from now on wards.

I’m very happy to share that I’ve moved to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on permanent basis this month with my family. I also wanted to tell that I’ll continue working as domain investor as this is my sole business. So as of this month, currently I’ve 3,200 domains in portfolio.

Some might think it’s very risky to move straightaway with family and be doing only domain investing. I know it was tough decision to think of moving with family and doing solely domain investing because of the cost of living is pretty high compare to Pakistan. I tend to agree at some extent but what’s a lively life without taking any risks yeah 😉

So here I’m in Malaysia. If any domainer residing in Kuala Lumpur or any part of Malaysia, feel free to get in touch with me and we shall meet soon.

I’ll make sure to publish some of my recent past domain sales in my next post few days later so stay tuned.

Thanks for reading and feel free to comment if you like to.

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James
James
9 months ago

Dear sir
i send email to you

Tom T
Tom T
9 months ago

Congrats on the move Abdul! Best of luck to you and yours in your new home!! Continued success to you my friend!!

BullS
9 months ago

Apa Khabar–
go eat the King of Fruit-Durian
Pakistan is too dangerous now.

Fahad
Fahad
Reply to  AbdulBasit Makrani
9 months ago

Congratulations on the move Basit but i will strongly disagree with “”Pakistan is too dangerous now””. I mean really ? !!! Thousands and thousands of well settled families are still living and thriving in Pakistan and unless there is a strong personal reason of your move to Malaysia, simply calling your own country “too dangerous” in which you lived many years is something i wasn’t expecting from a sensible person like yourself. I do hope, you moved due to economic instability that is in Pakistan right now and which will end no-matter how long it will take. Anyways, best wishes… Read more »

Fahad
Fahad
Reply to  AbdulBasit Makrani
9 months ago

Thanks Basit. Again completely and strongly disagree with “too dangerous”. I do hope you can understand the definition of “too dangerous” ? If there is an actual war between the two nations and everything is a mess, then obviously that situation will be called “too dangerous”. I am not saying that there is no problem in Pakistan. There are alot of problems in every aspect of lives which i am sure if i mention here, then comment section will be too short for that. But again, i will not agree on “too dangerous” ! I hope you have alot of… Read more »

ProPak
ProPak
Reply to  AbdulBasit Makrani
9 months ago

AbdulBasit is a very nice and honest guy. But i think Fahad is correct here. “too dangerous” is not a correct term. Maybe “too difficult” ? Or something like that but “too dangerous” is simply not appropriate to define whole of country. Whatever, i am just curious to know that, Basit, you didn’t have had enough facilities (clean water, electricity, good education, security, safety etc.) in Bahria Town ? I mean that society is considered to be best in Pakistan in every aspect and if that is not a suitable place for living, then where else in Pakistan ! But… Read more »

ProPak
ProPak
Reply to  AbdulBasit Makrani
9 months ago

Completely understand your point Basit. I am sorry, you faced all this back in country. Yes, people are corrupt but as you said not all of them. Also, you cannot even think of sending out your kids alone in the near by market of your house in any highly developed western country (though very few are also safe) to bring any stuff and you believe he/she will come back safely. Snatching is for sure there but again in not all of country. I am amazed to know that it is happening in Bahria Town also. Rest of all is correct,… Read more »

Malik
Malik
Reply to  Fahad
8 months ago

Hi Fahad, I am a Pakistani but now I live in Europe. I was forced to leave Pakistan despite setting up a successful business in Pakistan. And yes our country is “too dangerous” to many including me. Kindly don’t be too overly patriotic. We should start telling the truth not only to ourself but to the whole world. If you belong from the families of Army, Judges, Very rich and influential or bureaucratic families then Pakistan is a paradise. Otherwise it is a living hell. Now a days even people force you to give away your businesses and unfortunately now… Read more »

Michael Cyger
Michael Cyger
9 months ago

Congrats on the journey, AbdulBasit. It sounds very exciting and I wish you and your family the best. I also look forward to hearing how life is different for you in your future blog posts.

Rod
Rod
9 months ago

Congrats on the move and new adventure. I wish you and your family the best!

SAJID YASIN
9 months ago

Waalaikum Assalaam Abdul, Wow! That is great news – Malaysia :). Wishing you and your family all the very best and hope you continue to make a killing in your domaining journey, as always. And also hope to see more of your posts once you settle down – Sajid

Abdulrahman
Abdulrahman
9 months ago

well done Abdulbasit your new move to Malaysia and hope you enjoying you and your family,you my hero from london Domain investor

Abdulrahman
London

Manmeet Pal Singh
9 months ago

Good move brother.. beautiful country and best wishes for your future 🙂

Ibrahim Khan
9 months ago

Any specific reason for choosing Malaysia, why not Dubai?

Ibrahim Khan
Reply to  AbdulBasit Makrani
9 months ago

I am happy for you. Will think about moving to Malaysia.

Doron Vermaat
9 months ago

Great news. I am happy for you and your family and I wish you all much happiness in Malaysia. I am sure the improved quality of life will bring much joy and peace of mind!

I’ll make sure to get in touch next time I am in KL.

Ch. Nadeem A Rauf
Ch. Nadeem A Rauf
9 months ago

Asalam o Alikum my brother no doubt Malaysia is truly Asia. As u know this year KL was my second home so need any help there do let me know. I got good connection in different Gov department, Pakistani community, High Commission of Pakistan in KL. Allah barakt dalay is decision pay. Ameen

Muhammad Owais
9 months ago

Wa Alaikum Assalam Abdul Basit!
Congrats. I hope you have a great time there.
All the best Brother 🙂

john lim
john lim
6 months ago

welcome to Malaysia 🙂 I am a Malaysian and just started domain investing recently…learnt a lot from your blog!

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