Malaysia: Asia’s Cultural Melting Pot
There are three main populations live in Malaysia: Malays, Chinese and Indians. All populations live together in harmony, with half the population is Malay, almost a quarter is Chinese and approximately 7% is Indian. Whilst Malay is the official language of Malaysia, English is a recognised language and widely spoken. Such a setting is a great foundation for international students to make them feel at home in addition to having a sense of belonging. The global community allows for religious, cultural and social acceptance and is testimony to the fact that Malaysia is home to 150,000 international students from about 160 nations.
Nilai: The Education Hub with Peaceful Ambience
Nilai International School is set amidst lush greenery in the heart of Putra Nilai, South West of Peninsular Malaysia, in a thriving education hub – few minutes to Nilai University, INTI International University, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, Islamic University College of Malaysia, Xiamen University (Malaysia Campus) and some neighbourhood primary and secondary schools. Putra Nilai is located next to Putrajaya – the Federal Administrative Centre of Malaysia, Cyberjaya – the Multimedia Super Corridor and the Townships of Seremban and Kajang.
Nilai offers you the total student experience at our school which is ensconced in lush greenery, providing you with a calm and peaceful environment ideal for the pursuit of learning.
Life and Leisure
Nilai International School is strategically located close to Sepang and Putrajaya, with only 20 minutes drive from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), while a drive to the Kuala Lumpur city centre will take about 45 minutes.
On the other hand, some local shopping malls, supermarkets and major banks are just 5 minutes drive away, including Mesamall, Giant, Tesco and AEON Mall (completion in 2018), as well as Nilai Medical Centre, this area offers the convenience of knowing everything you need is just a stone’s throw away.