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Thank you for visiting our website for your translation needs. We are privileged to serve clients who have been very  happy with our service. And we are grateful for their heartfelt testimony. We wish them all success! MONITA HUANG, TAIWAN Translation: Malay to Chinese Traditional Scope of service:  Certified Translation, Notarisation and Legalisation by the Taiwan Economic and Cultural Office…

Can you depend on translators?

The answer is YES, provided you find the right one. Wawasan Destiny Translations (WDT) is a widely sought-after translation company by expats in Malaysia who find them versatile and highly reliable. The translation market in Malaysia and across the world is heavily saturated with translators who can “deliver” but the question always remains – Can you be sure that the…

Peace of mind

Process and Quality Control are the 2 (two) key words that governs the production of every orders at Wawasan Destiny Translations PLT. These ensures happy clients to keep coming back and to refer others to the same memorable experience. It is vital for Expats to receive personalised, professional and reliable service such as to ensure the privacy of documents in a foreign environment. Every client…

Happy Sunday

The real challenge for an Expat living in a place not called home can be a quite a struggle. To strike an equilibrium with new surroundings amidst different social and political contexts, Expats must pursue real life! This comes from having a healthy lifestyle and sufficient rest. Happy Sunday! George Varughese, Posted on July 3, 2016 #translationsmalaysia

The time is now

The time is now As the saying goes, procrastination is the thief of time.  ‘Prov. If you put off doing what you ought to do, you will end up not having enough time to do it properly.’ From Its called perspective when one begins the process of goalsetting to focus for the one thing he or she has been…

Eid Mubarak to Moslem Expats in Malaysia

Eid Mubarak or Blessed Eid (, , , Persian/Urdu: , , , ,) is a traditional Muslim greeting reserved for use on the festivals of Eid ul-Adha and Eid ul-Fitr. Eid means“Celebration” and refers to the occasion itself, and Mubarak means “blessed”; for example: “Eid Mubarak, sister!” Source The management of Translations Malaysia wishes all Moslem Expats, Eid Mubarak. Spend this meaningful celebration with your loved ones and members of…


The word ‘champion’ was ringing in my mind and thought what would be the best message for expats. I will use Challenges to connect you with the theme. One cannot run away from the dimension of challenges whether at home or whilst abroad. To see things objectively and to use challenges as opportunities is how every successful people like Usain…

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