Located centrally in South East Asia mid-way between India and China, Malaysia has been specifically selected to attract all those who want to look across the borders of their own nations and diverse cultures. Asia can now be viewed as a region with common needs and market dynamics driven by the rapid transition towards advanced but still affordable medical interventions.
Travel to Malaysia
Please make your own travel arrangements bearing in mind that the Conference starts on Monday afternoon, 12th November. The Closing Dinner is on Thursday 15th November allowing you to travel home on Friday.
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) is a major hub for most international carriers and since Malaysia Airlines is a member of the One World Alliance you will easily find a convenient flight and connection to Langkawi (LGK). There are also connections through Singapore.
You may need a visa to enter Malaysia. Check with the Immigration Department of Malaysia and with your local authority. Travel for many nationals is visa free but if you need a visa the Immigration Department provides an eVisa service for, e. g. Chinese and Indian nationals. See: Malaysian eVisa. If you require an official Letter of Invitation please notify a member of the Organizing Committee.
Flight times from major cities in hours and minutes
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Langkawi (LGK):
Singapore (SIN) to Langkawi (LGK):
To Kuala Lumpur from:
Bangalore 04:10 Chennai 03:50 Hyderabad 04:10 Mumbai 05:04 New Delhi 05:20 Beijing 06:15 Chengdu 04:50 Hangzhou 05:10 Shanghai 05:20 Shenzen 03:55 Wuhan 06:45 Bangkok 02:10 Jakarta 02:00 Seoul 06:40 Osaka 06:40 Tokyo 07:15