Good quality and cost-effective education has made Malaysia one of the most preferred higher education destinations today. With world-class education being offered through a wide range of diverse and flexible options, education in Malaysia is one of the best options. In fact, Malaysia is rated as the 11th preferred destination in the world for education.

Malaysia is a truly multicultural country. It extends warm welcome to international students to its region. It is one of the safest and most peaceful countries in the world with a relatively low crime rate. Boasting excellent infrastructure, it offers a good quality of life while having the lowest cost of living among Asian countries.

Malaysia, also known as ‘mini-Asia’, is a true melting pot of different cultures. The majority of the population comprises ethnic Malays followed by Chinese and Indians. The local cuisine includes not just local fare but also a rich variety of international flavours. With its rich culture and natural beauty, Malaysia regularly features among the top 10 travel destinations in the world. Visit all 14 states of Malaysia while you are here to learn and experience our rich and diverse cultures.

City of Kota Kinabalu
Sabah - 'Edutourism'

Kota Kinabalu, or KK as it is popularity known, is a pleasant Borneo surprise, set between lush tropical hills and the South China Sea. It is the state of capital of Sabah and resort city of exciting contrast, vibrant, serene and hassle free, with modern infrastructure and many attractions. Strategically situated less than three hours by air from East Asian capitals. KK has direct flights to or from major cities such as Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Osaka, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Shenzen, Guongzhou, Jakarta, bali, Perth, Manila, and Bandar Seri Begawan. KK was granted city status on 2nd February 2000.
Kundasang, Mount Kinabalu, Sabah is the place all of us have always drawn as a child - a small wooden house with a magnificent view over the paddy fields and the majestic Mount Kinabalu. If you are keen in exploring the best of Sabah, kundasang is guaranteed to take your breath away with its majestic views.

A sanctuary away from the city, prep yourself before a kundasang trip with our comprehensive guide on what to know and where to go for your next visit to the Land below the wind.

SEPILOK, ORANGUTAN REHABILITATION CENTRE, is the center attracts tourists and researchers alike, giving them the opportunity to watch the Orangutan up close in their natural habitat. A boardwalk which leads to a viewing gallery and feeding platform where the Apes are fed milk and banana twice a day at 10am and 3pm by rangers. Feeding time also attracts long-tailed macaques to the area.


In the hearth of city, Gaya Street has been the centre of business for over hundred years. Built in the 1950's and 1960's, the shop houses were used in traditional way, with shops on the ground floor and residential units on the upper floor.

Tunku Abdul Rahman, National Park, The marine park is a cluster of Five islands - Gaya island, Sapi island, Manukan island, Mamutik island and Sulug island is about 20 minutes by speedboat from the city. Take a dip in the waters for a snorlel, a dive or some sea walking. Or stay on the shore and bask in the sun with a picnic basket. 
Sabah's coral reefs are home to some of the largest, most varied communities of marine life on earth. Apart from their biological significance, these reefs fringe a number of exotic islands which have become important centres from marine research and conversation.

These include the islands of Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, Pulau Tiga, the Turtle Island, the Tun Sakaran Marine Park and Sipadan Island Park, under the jurisdiction of Sabah Parks. 
Sipadan Island
Sipadan Island is the only oceanic island in Malaysia, rising 600 metres from the seabed. It is located in the Celebes Sea off the east coast of Sabah, Malaysia. It was formed by living corals growing on top of an extinct volcanic cone that took thousand of years to develop.