Study Abroad in Malaysia
Malaysia offers a mosaic of cultures, delicious food, exciting adventures, friendly people, and breathtaking scenery. Neighboring countries include Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, and Brunei. The largest ethnic groups in Malaysia are Malay, Chinese, and Indian. In the state of Sarawak, there are also a number of indigenous ethic groups with their own unique culture and heritage.
Sarawak, is the largest state in the Federation and it is known for its vast ethnic diversity and impressive natural wonders. More than 20 ethnic communities reside in Sarawak and they are well known for their friendliness and hospitality. Sarawak is also an ecological paradise boasting the world’s oldest tropical rainforest, the world’s most spectacular cave system, and some of the most fascinating plant, animal, and marine life.
The capital city of Sarawak is Kuching, and it has been described as one of the most attractive and livable cities in southeast Asia. Kuching is rich in history with old-world charm blended into 21st century modernity. The city offers entertainment, restaurants, and nightlife to suit most tastes.
Top Reasons to Study in Malaysia
- Steady economic progression and rapid infrastructural development are hallmarks of Malaysians’ accomplishments.
- Malaysia is made up of the high-end technologically-developed West Malaysia and the more pristine East Malaysia, well known for eco-tourism and nature tourism.
- Diverse beliefs and cultures co-exist harmoniously both within Malaysia and with its neighboring countries.
- Well known for its many festivals and celebrations, including the Rainforest World Music Festival in Sarawak.
- An outdoor adventure paradise with activities ranging from scuba diving to hiking to caving.