School trips, faculty-led study tour programs in MALAYSIA




Natural beauty, history, and a diverse and varied culture await students to Malaysia. Split over two tropical landmasses, Peninsula Malaysia and East Malaysia (Borneo) this multicultural and biodiverse nation is the third largest economy in South East Asia. Home to the oldest rainforest in the world, large caves and river systems and lofty mountains, Malaysia has an incredible range of biodiversity, with some of South-East Asia’s best wildlife and community experiences for students.

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Culture & History School Trips in Malaysia

Geography & Biology Schools Trips in Malaysia

Geography & Biology School Trips in Borneo



Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur, is undoubtedly one of Asia’s most exciting and vibrant cities. Among the towering skyscrapers are remnants of Kuala Lumpur’s rich past in the form of pre-war structures, providing an interesting contrast of two different eras.



Malacca a UNESCO World Heritage City, the oldest trading port in Malaysia. For centuries Malacca was an important trading post for spices and other goods, and its colonial era architecture reflects its Portuguese, Dutch, British and Chinese heritage.



Penang boasts a varied array of cuisine and culture. The island’s landscape is liberally sprinkled with plenty of nature to spectacular aancient temples and bicycle rickshaws plying the twisting streets of George Town, a UNESCO world heritage site.



Langkawi, As a natural paradise, the islands are perhaps unmatched anywhere else in Southeast Asia. Langkawi has been accorded the UNESCO Global Geopark status for its beautiful geological heritage of stunning landscapes, karsts, caves, sea-arches, stacks, glacial dropstones and fossils.


Kota Kinabalu (Borneo)

Sabah’s capital city, Kota Kinabalu is the hub and gateway for all students to immerse themselves in the natural splendours of Malaysian Borneo. Kota Kinabalu’s early beginnings were as a small fishing village called Api-Api. Locals here often refers Kota Kinabalu as ‘KK’ in short.


Sandakan (Borneo)

Sandakan was formerly known as ‘Elopura’ and is also the second-largest town in Sabah. Known as the nature city, Students will have the opportunities to explore wildlife sanctuaries and discovery centres. The city is also famous for its wide range of fresh and delicious seafood cuisine.

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