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Malaysia School Tours

Why Malaysia?

Malaysia is a multicultural, nature lovers paradise not to mention the food is top notch. It is a truly wonderful experience. With such cultural diversity, chances are you’ll be here for at least one national celebration and as you move around this vibrant land, your knowledge of their diversity will grow. Nature lovers will be amazed by the tropical species, many endemic and who could forget the poster child orangutans and sun bears of Borneo. Get involved with conservation, through sea turtle camps, marine data collection and planting trees. For the fitter ones, there is also the chance to scale Mount Kinabalu (4092m), go ziplining and snorkeling. Malaysia is ideal for any school trip or educational visit. Whether you are focusing on cultural diversity, conservation or ethnology or cuisine, we can organise a tour that will ensure your pupils are enthralled and engaged.

Types Of Malaysia School Tours

Conservation, Community Service and Volunteer Tours

Wide Eyed Pupils directly works with NGOs in all countries we operate to ensure your donation and service goes to projects where it is most most needed. In Borneo you can help with sea turtle conservation, help scientists collect marine data, plant trees in the Borneo rainforest. Alternatively help various schools and kindergartens fund and build infrastructure such as toilet blocks, classrooms or playgrounds. When you book a volunteer tour with us you may help with some light building work, painting and gardening, upgrade the schools and teach them some English/IT/Music or soft skills. Check out our Community Service and Volunteer Tour Itineraries below for some inspiration.

World War History School Tours

Borneo has flourished since the end of War II, when the Japanese were ousted from the island. To honor the sacrifice of the many allied soldiers who helped liberate the country, the Malaysian government has gone to great lengths to preserve the war history. You’ll find museums, fascinating stories and moving tributes in many places along route. If you wish to combine this theme with a physical challenge, you can do a Death March trail and follow in the footsteps of the intrepid soldiers who walked these lands. Check out these war history tours for some inspiration.

Ethnology Tour

Malaysia is home to 3 main ethnic groups (Malay, Chinese and Indian) and there are many indigenous groups in Borneo including the infamous head hunters. Each group has its own language, customs and cultural heritage making their villages, cultures, beliefs and history a fascinating space to explore. On our Ethnology tours, students spend time living with real ethnic minority families and joining in with their daily lives. In some cities we visit different areas and significant religious sites to learn more of the beliefs and practices of each group. You’ll be pleased to know the head hunters stopped that particular practice in the 1950s although the tribal group still remains in tact. We’ve personally selected specific groups and villages for you and your pupils to stay; apart from the enriching cultural experience you will have, you will also bring economical support to their remote villages, which will give them greater opportunity to buy things, that can’t easily be bartered or obtained from nature. Please contact us for more details.

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