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Humanities Teacher - Kuala Lumpur

Far East Malaysia

Are you seeking a Teaching job in Malaysia?

Humanities Teacher - Malaysia.

We hav...

Start Date: 20-08-2018 Apply By: 30-01-2018


Primary Teachers

Far East Malaysia

Primary Teaching Jobs in Malaysia - September 2018

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Start Date: 26-08-2018 Apply By: 22-12-2017


English Teacher - Kuala Lumpur

Far East Malaysia

Are you seeking a Teaching job in in the Far East?

We have a great opportunity to Teach G...

Start Date: 20-08-2018 Apply By: 30-01-2018


Mathematics Teacher - Kuala Lumpur

Far East Malaysia

Are you seeking a Teaching job in in the Far East?

Maths Teacher - Malaysia.

We h...

Start Date: 20-08-2018 Apply By: 30-01-2018


Science Teacher

Far East Malaysia

A British International School in Malaysia is looking for a General Science Teacher for September...

Start Date: 20-08-2018 Apply By: 30-01-2018


Music Teacher

Far East Malaysia

Music Teaching Job in Malaysia. An outstanding school in Malaysia who offer the IB and iGCSE curr...

Start Date: 20-08-2018 Apply By: 30-01-2018


Spanish Teacher

Far East Malaysia

An outstanding school in Malaysia who offer the iGCSE curriculum to affluent attentive Malaysian...

Start Date: 20-08-2018 Apply By: 30-01-2018


Year 3 Teacher

Far East Malaysia

Year 3 Teaching Job in Malaysia, September 2018.

An all through 3-18 British Internationa...

Start Date: 20-08-2018 Apply By: 30-01-2018


Nursery Teacher

Far East Malaysia

Are you seeking a Nursery Teaching job in Malaysia? This international Nursery has Early Years Ce...

Start Date: 20-08-2018 Apply By: 30-01-2018


A country with a population of over 29 million people, Malaysia is located in Southeast Asia and is mostly spread over two regions; Peninsula Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo. The country has a successful economy, growing year on year for half a century and this has led to a comprehensive infrastructure and excellent selection of teaching jobs in Malaysia. The capital city, Kuala Lumpur, is home to a permanent population of 1.5 million and is known for its striking skyline including the Petronas Twin Towers, which were previously the tallest buildings in the world. Kuala Lumpur is also an important city globally, and very influential on the Southeast Asia area. For this reason, there are many Western companies with offices in the city and plenty of international schools looking for overseas teachers. There are also local schools looking to hire native English speakers to improve the overall language of English in the country. Both types of school can be very interesting and rewarding environments in which to teach English abroad. Foreign workers will also find the weather to be very enjoyable; the climate of the capital is representative of the country as a whole, with a consistent temperature of around 32°C for the year. Kuala Lumpur has an excellent transport infrastructure and public transport is a pretty straightforward way to get around. Not many people teaching abroad choose to purchase their own vehicle here as the network of trains, buses and taxis is so reliable. The cost of living in Malaysia is certainly less than in most western countries; rent is particularly affordable although this may be included in your employment package anyway. Kuala Lumpur is actually one of the most advanced cities in all of Asia and a hive of activity virtually 24 hours a day. There is an excellent mixture of cultures and traditions here and the locals have a reputation for being very friendly to foreigners. As well as the notable big cities (the lesser known Subang Jaya actually has the highest population in the country, just ahead of Kuala Lumpur) Malaysia is also hugely popular with eco-tourists. There are plenty of national parks and nature reserves spread over the two main regions of the country with the Kinabalu and Teman Negara national parks being the most famous. Malaysia also has a number of tropical islands popular with those looking for beach holidays such as Labuan, Pangkor and Redang islands. Culturally, George Town, and the Mulu Caves found in the city of Miri, are two famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites to be visited and enjoyed. Malaysia is certainly one of the most desirable destinations to teach abroad in Southeast Asia. Its impressive economy and well-developed infrastructure is certainly a bonus, and foreigners here can choose to experience as much or as little of the local culture and customs as they wish. It is quite possibly the perfect combination of Western type development and Asian culture; foreigners who live and work here will find a challenge, but perhaps not be entirely out of their comfort zone.