Are you thinking of giving birth to your child in Kuala Lumpur? Giving birth in this city is a unique, wonderful experience. There are also tons of cute baby carriers in Malaysia that you can buy for your little one. Below are some of the things you should know about having a kid in this country. 

Malaysia doesn’t really allow dual citizenship. If the baby’s parents are not Malaysian citizens, then the infant is not entitled to Malaysian citizenship. 

Regular prenatal checkup costs can begin from MYR$50.00, or approximately USD$15.00. If you are planning to give birth in a Malaysian private hospital, costs may vary from the kind of services and rooms. The best thing you can do first is to check with our health care coverage. May firms cover treatments and procedures, from prenatal to postnatal concerns. 

Do you want your baby to be vaccinated in a private medical center? This can cost you around  MYR$2,000.00, or USD$620.00. Insurance plans for babies, on the other hand, can begin for as low as MYR$100.00 each month.  

Babies who are born in Malaysia must be registered within 14 days at the National Registration Department, or NRD). This firm is responsible for marriage, adoption, registering births and more. 

Once the child’s birth certificate is released, you can use this to apply for the baby’s passport. A passport is important to apply for dependents’ pass from the department of immigration. Keep this in mind if you and our partner are of different nationalities. Refer to your respective agencies, and figure out if the kid is entitled to have a dual nationality of both your countries’. If one of you is Malaysian, the kid is entitled to have either the citizenship of the non-Malaysian parent, or a Malaysian citizenship.