A mix of urban and green attractions

From towering skyscrapers and luxurious shopping malls to 130-million-year-old rainforests and cool highland hideaways, you are able to have a healthy balance between study and play with Malaysia’s wide array of attractions.

Close to home

Close to home

Located in Southeast Asia, Malaysia has friendly relations with its neighbours; sharing land and maritime borders with Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore, Vietnam and the Philippines.

A peace of mind

A peace of mind

Malaysia is situated in a zone that is free from most natural disasters, making it a safe environment for you to focus on your studies while enjoying everything Malaysia has to offer.

Comfortable cost of living

Malaysia is an exciting and reasonable place to live when it comes to cost of living. Even on a tight budget, you are able to cover your everyday expenses as well as entertainment costs.

A friendly community

Comprising of 13 states, Malaysia consists of many cultures from all walks of life. We embrace different lifestyles and traditions practised by our multiracial country.

Tropical climate all year round

Tropical climate all year round

Enjoy Malaysia’s pleasant climate with sunny or rainy weather throughout the year.


A food haven

A food haven

Malaysia is known for its various types of food, rich with both local and international flavours. You’ll never run out of food options!

Ease of communication

With Malaysia being a multilingual country, there’s no need to worry about language barriers as Malaysians speak a variety of languages such as Malay, English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hokkien, Tamil, and more.


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