Voluntary Work In Malaysia
Split between the Peninsula and the island of Borneo, Malaysia offers a wealth of choice and is an ideal starting point for a trip to South East Asia. From the gleaming sky scrapers of Kuala Lumpur to the rainforests and wildlife of Sabah and Sarawak - there is so much to see and do.
Raleigh International say "With the rich biodiversity and true multi cultural living, Malaysian Borneo is one of the most interesting and rewarding places to volunteer and travel in. With the recent rise of eco tourism you can stay in amazing locations such as the Kinabatangan River and watch the crocodiles and monkeys go by while helping the local communities. Yet more wildlife can be seen at the orang-utan sanctuary and in the more remote locations of Danum Valley and Mabul Basin where the primary rainforests await "
Whether you want to climb one of the highest peaks in South East Asia, Mount Kinabalu, or dive into the sea with the turtles, Malaysia Borneo really has it all. If the natural beauty is not enough then the communities themselves will warm your heart with a friendliness and welcoming second to none. Always willing to share the diverse culture of Malaysian Borneo the locals will have you dancing along sharing their local delicacies with you in no time. Malaysian Borneo ‘The Land Below the Wind’ will have you blown away.
Voluntary projects include teaching english, care for disabled children, wildlife and marine life projects including work native with Orang-Utans.
GVI Volunteers Assist Rainforest Conservation Projects And Experience Indigenous Cultures In Borneo.
Kaya Give Volunteers The Chance To Get Involved With Environmental Conservation Working On A Fantastic Project Based On The Banks Of The Kinabatangan River
If you intend to visit Malaysia, on holiday, a business trip, to study, work, volunteer or as an emigrant you should get up to date and accurate information from the official website of the Malaysia Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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