Be the Change. Be a Global Volunteer in Malaysia.

Meaningful Community Service.

Whether you’re drawn to teaching English to children and teens, offering after-school assistance, caring for vulnerable and at-risk children, or providing education support to teachers and parents of individuals with autism and Down syndrome, there’s a place for you in Johor Bahru, Malaysia to make a significant difference. Experience the warmth of Malaysian hospitality, immerse yourself in rich cultural diversity, and witness the transformative power of service firsthand.

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Johor Bahru

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Meaningful community development projects to help children thrive. Service-learning programs for families, groups, and individuals.

In Malaysia, the population exceeds 33 million, representing multiple Asian countries and ethnicities, with 70 percent residing in urban areas.

“Since gaining independence in 1957, Malaysia has undergone a profound economic transformation, transitioning from a predominantly agricultural and commodity-based economy to a robust manufacturing and service sector.”

Malaysia is home to some of the oldest tropical rainforests in the world, including Taman Negara, which is estimated to be over 130 million years old.

Known as the “King of Fruits,” Malaysia is one of the world’s largest producers of durian, a pungent and creamy fruit beloved by local people and adventurers alike.

Malaysian cuisine is renowned for its diversity and flavors, with bustling restaurants offering an array of dishes such as nasi lemak, laksa, and roti canai.

Malaysia celebrates various cultural festivals throughout the year, including Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Chinese New Year, Deepavali, and Christmas, fostering unity and harmony among its diverse communities.