Organized by:

Faculty of Computer Science And Information Systems
Wroclaw University of Technology
Research Alliance on K-Economy

In cooperation with:

Nguyen Tat Thanh University

Travel & Tourist Info

Tourism Malaysia Official Website

The Ringgit, the Malaysian currency, is exchangeable at Money Changers and Banks. Travellers cheques may be cashed at any of banks located in the city.

Major credit cards are accepted in most hotels and large shops, but beware of illegal surcharges. Banks will advance cash against major credit cards. With American Express, Visa and Master Card as well as Cirrus, Plus and Maestrobank (debit) cards, you can withdraw money from ATMs in big cities and many towns. Sterling and US dollar travelers cheques can be cashed at Malaysian banks, licensed money changers and some hotels.

Banking hours are generally Mon-Fri 09:30 – 16:00 and alternate Sat 09:30 – 12:00 (1st and 3rd )

The official language of the Conference will be English.

Visa Requirement
All delegates will require a valid passport to enter Malaysia and European Countries will be granted a visa upon arrival.
Participants are reminded that they should make sure they have appropriate insurance cover for themselves and their possessions before leaving their home country.
Malaysia is 8 hours ahead of UK GMT, and 13 hours ahead of US EST.
Malaysia has a typically tropical climate with temperatures ranging between 27 degrees C and 35 degrees C year round and with humidity around the 90% level year round.
The electricity supply in Malaysia is 220-240V AC at 50 cycles per second. Electrical sockets take UK style square three pin plugs.
Smoking Policy
Smoking is not permitted at the venue. Most public place in Malaysia now ban smoking, except in very few designated areas.
Participants with special needs
If you have any special needs please contact the ACIIDS2013 Secretariat ( in advance of the Conference so that we can do our best to make your participation as easy as possible.