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Mark asks…

What is the cost of living in Malaysia?

What is the cost of living in Malaysia with the below facilities?
Rent 2 Bed Room Flat (30 mins from city from KL)
Food-Veg-Self Cooking
Local Transport
Owning a car

How much tax is applied on foreigners salaries?

If I am looking at saving INR 150000 with my family of four members there what should be my monthly salary?

KL Boy’s answers:

Here some idea and you can compare with any other…

What is the cost of living in Malaysia with the below facilities?
Rent 2 Bed Room Flat (30 mins from city from KL) – you can be at damansara area and used all the high to KL 15 minute it’s depending if you drive. House rental RM450/- to RM1,500/- 3 room some with part furnished.
Electricity – depending on you how much you need to used but Malaysia are cheap my family 8 person using full capacity RM300 + per month
Gas – 1 cylinder 14kg RM25/-
Water – I pay every 3 months – RM200/-
Telephone – depending if you call overseas like me RM3500/-
Cable/TV – when you buy ask them to fixed for you it’s free
Food-Veg-Self Cooking – depending what type of cooking western/local
Local Transport – rapid please check web
Owning a car – what type of car if local car nothing full tank Rm140/- depending where you travel if normal traveling from damansara to KL can be 1 week to 2 week. If you used highway 10 to 15 minute you be in KL. Not to forget toll about RM30/- to RM90/- depending with toll in damansara many routes.

How much tax is applied on foreigners salaries? Depending what company and your Rank Professional or skill or non-skill

If I am looking at saving INR 150000 with my family of four members there what should be my monthly salary? (I don’t understand which country?)

Thomas asks…

How to get to Lotus Hotel from Kuala Lumpur International Airport?

We booked this hotel because it was near a station. So how exactly do you commute there by train from the Kuala Lumpur International airport and how much would the train rates cost?

KL Boy’s answers:


KLIA Express Train:
Possibly the quickest way to get there, this quick train only takes approximately 30 minutes to get from KLIA to the Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station. From the KL Sentral Station, it will only take another 10 minutes to get to the hotel. Cost RM$35.00

Light Rail Transit:
At KL Sentral, you need to board the rapid KL Kelana Jaya Line (formerly known as PUTRA LRT) at KL Sentral itself & head towards Masjid Jamek LRT station which is only two stations away from KL Sentral. Lotus Hotel is only a short 5 minutes walk away in Jalan Melayu. Cost about RM$1.30

For more hotel and flight price comparisons, visit the link below:

Lizzie asks…

What compact camera should I buy for business travelling?

Hi guys,

Need some help getting a new camera.

Used to own a Nikon S3100 which was passed down to my sister. Nice camera taking nice shots BUT transition too slow from one shot to another. A problem when taking photos at events as it took forever to preview photo and return for another shot.

Type of camera/lens/accesories : Compact
Budget: RM700
Your Location: KL/Selangor
Preferable brand : any
Type of photography u want to do : To snap beautiful scenery, buildings and people during work travel overseas.
Any specific models in mind? : SONY CYBER-SHOT WX50/CANON ELPH 320 HS/Any other recommended
Any specific features u want? : Wide angle, rapid fire, NO shutter lag, small, easy to travel around with.

Appreciate all the feedback and suggestion. 🙂

KL Boy’s answers:

Ok,the very first thing you need to look for in a camera is controls
The PASM wheel / controls
Aperure priority, shutter priority, manual exposure

Look out for the Canon Powershot S110, Coolpix P330 etc

Paul asks…

How can I get back to my home from kuala lumpur international airport (KLIA) with train (metro)?

How can I get back to my home from kuala lumpur international airport (KLIA) with train (metro)?
My home is in jalan kuching – seri putramas 2 .
If anyone knows better and cheaper way please tell me!

KL Boy’s answers:

You should buy a 2 way train ticket from KL Sentral to KLIA, and from KLIA take bus ( Rapid KL )to Jalan Ipoh then take taxi to Putramas

Laura asks…

What occurs at sarcolemma during cardiac contractile contractions?

Describe resting potential, depolarization and re polarization: efflux and influx of ions

KL Boy’s answers:

Electrical Activation of the Heart

The cardiac cell, in its polarized (diastolic) state, has a resting electrical potential across the cell membrane that is determined primarily by the concentration gradient of potassium across the membrane (developed by the sodium-potassium pump described earlier). Because the sarcolemma prevents the diffusion of large anions (e.g., proteins and organic phosphates) and is relatively permeable to potassium ions (because most potassium channels are open in the polarized state), potassium ions flow across the membrane in response to the concentration gradient, leading to an outward flow of positive ions until a Donnan equilibrium is established such that the electronegativity of the cell interior retards potassium ion efflux to the same degree that the concentration gradient favors K [1 ] efflux. For potassium ions, this electronegativity is quantified by the Nernst equation: E m = 61.5 log(K o /K i ). With approximate K ion activity inside (K i ) and outside (K o ) of 100 and 4 m M respectively (activity is different from concentration because of interaction with water and other ions), the resting electrical membrane potential of cardiac cells is predicted to be -86 mV, very close to measured values. Because the diastolic permeability of potassium is 100 times the permeability of sodium and other ions, potassium gradients determine the resting membrane potential. [1 ] , [2 ]

A typical ventricular action potential is depicted in Figure 3-3 . The membrane is depolarized by an electric current traveling longitudinally along the membrane from another cell (the signal originates in a pacemaker area, as will be discussed). As the membrane potential rises to approximately -60 mV, the fast sodium channel opens. This channel remains open for only a few milliseconds before the inactivation gate of the sodium channel closes. This causes the rapid spike of the action potential (phase 0) as the cell is completely depolarized and in fact becomes slightly positive. A transient potassium current ( i to ) causes a very early repolarization (phase 1 of the action potential), but this channel closes quickly. The plateau of the action potential (phase 2) is sustained at a slightly positive level by an inward-flowing calcium current, first from the transient channel and second through the long-lasting channel. The plateau is also sustained by a decrease in the outward potassium current ( i Kl ). With time, the long-lasting calcium channel begins to close, and repolarizing potassium current ( i K , the delayed rectifier current) leads to the beginning of repolarization of the membrane (phase 4). As repolarization progresses, the stronger first potassium current ( i Kl ) dominates, leading to full repolarization of the membrane to the resting negative potential. During the bulk of the depolarized interval (phase 4), the first potassium current predominates.

Because the sodium channels cannot respond to a second wave of depolarization until the inactivation gates are reopened, the membrane is refractory to the propagation of a second impulse during this time interval, termed the absolute refractory period (see Fig. 3-2 ). As the membrane is repolarized and some of the sodium channels have been reactivated, a short interval exists during which only very powerful impulses can be propagated, the relative refractory period . A drug that speeds up the kinetics of the inactivation gate will shorten both the absolute and the relative refractory periods. [1 ] – [3 ] , [17 ] – [19 ]


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