Last year, I received two wedding invitations from Malaysian couples who met through online dating.
Maybe it is because I live in the reel world of romcoms where people meet through delightful and unlikely circumstances, but until then, I did not realise that Malaysians are so into online dating. If you’re so inclined, there are several options for online dating in Malaysia, depending on how you want to approach it: from huge websites like OKCupid and to those which are targeted at Asian markets like Asian Dating and Date in Asia. For those on the move, there are also apps like Blendr and Grindr which combine your phone’s GPS location with social networking. I decided to seek out Alice for some sage advice since she is more familiar with the nuances of online dating.
If you are looking for a male or female partner you are in the right place.
Here you can search for male or female partners, find the love of your life; if you want to go further you might even find the person you want to marry.
Then I sat back and waited for a barrage of funny, interesting, creepy and cheesy messages. Although, I find that I am particular about photos.
I will only respond to people who have clear photos of themselves and not a picture of sunset or their back.
Our mission is to help you find the type of relationship you are looking for.
What makes Malaysia Social unique is this: You can meet people directly by watching videos of them.
To kick this Malaysian Cupid review off right and keep it completely honest I’m going to suggest staying far away from Malaysia for women in general.
The two times I’ve been to Kuala Lumpur I wasn’t attracted to the women nearly as much as other Asian countries.
Controlling our love life with a flick of the finger on our smartphone with the same ease we check messages from work or order products from online stores.