…It’s a jungle out there
Whilst Malaysia’s peninsula states offer some delightful places of interest for student visitors: the former Portuguese trading town of Malacca and the vibrant Chinese city of Penang to name two, it is the country’s eastern provinces of Sarawak and Sabah that are the real attraction for school groups seeking adventure and education.
This large island region still commonly referred to as Borneo (Kalimantan), features incredible jungle expanses that are today still home to tribes who once practiced headhunting, as well as incredible animals such as the orangutan and several exotic bird species. Malaysia also offers a myriad of outdoor education and hiking opportunities such as hikes to areas of some of the most significant battles of World War II and the opportunity to climb to the summit of one of Asia’s highest peaks – Mount Kinabalu. In Sarawak State students can visit the world’s largest accessible caves in the Mulu National Park and enjoy the diverse wildlife and of the world famous Malaysian rain forests.
All our trips can be modified in any way to better suit your trip aims, budget and your school’s particular educational objectives.