Where to find us
Our Campus Locations
Our Main Campus is located in Mont Kiara, with our Primary School, Secondary School and Sixth Form Centre all based on the same site, albeit with their own specially designed distinct areas. Home to world class learning and sports facilities, our vibrant Main Campus is a real hub of innovation.
Check out the directions and the location map for our Main Campus
The Early Year Campus (EYC) is located in Desa Sri Hartamas, on a green and spacious site nestled within a gated housing community. Warm and friendly with a broad range of newly developed learning spaces to meet the needs of our youngest students, EYC really is a special place!
Check out the directions and the location map for our Early Years Campus
Welcome to Mont kiara
In The Community
Your family-friendly suburb — Mont Kiara
Mont Kiara is a great place for any family to live, with plentiful shops, cafes and restaurants to suit all tastes, including three large malls, all within walking distance.
A diverse range of amenities and medical services within the neighbourhood
In addition to a diverse range of accommodation to suit different budgets and medical services of the highest quality, there is often little reason to venture much further for other amenities There are even places of worship for different religions within the vicinity.
An active neighbourhood for families, with close proximity to mother nature.
Living within walking distance to school also ensures access to other family-friendly activities: keen hikers and joggers can access the jungle just a few hundred metres away from the main campus gates.
Living in the heart of Kuala Lumpur - the capital of Malaysia
For the times when you do want to explore a little further afield, Mont Kiara is easily accessed by major highways, granting you access to everything KL has to offer, including the famous Petronas Twin Towers (KLCC) which are just a short journey away.
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Living in Malaysia
Demography of Population
Malaysia’s population in 2021 is estimated at 32.7 million. A society that is well known for its diversity and tolerance, the largest ethnic groups are the Malay, Chinese and Indian communities.
Malaysia is 8 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and 7 hours ahead of United Kingdom (GMT+1)
Local Time (+8 GMT) 10:37 am
The climate in Malaysia is pleasant all year round (29°C – 34°C) although there is a relatively high level of humidity. There is little difference in temperature throughout the year and there are no distinct seasons except for the wet season, which runs from October to January. Lightweight clothing is adequate throughout day and night unless you visit the surrounding hill resorts where it is cooler.
Currency & Banks
The national currency is the Ringgit Malaysia (RM). Malaysia has a large number of banks to choose from, both local and international. Some local banks include Maybank and CIMB, while other international banks are HSBC, Citibank, UOB, and Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia. Foreign currencies can be changed at banks or authorized money-changers throughout the country. Most major credit cards are accepted with Visa and MasterCard being the most common types.
Transportation in Kuala Lumpur is diverse and efficient, offering an extensive network of buses, light rail commuter trains, and metered taxis. E-hailing services are also available with the most common GrabCar service being the choice of urban dwellers, you can also opt for self-driving by using car rental service apps such as SOCAR that charge at a very reasonable rate per hour. For those who like to travel, Kuala Lumpur acts as a gateway to destinations all over South East Asia and beyond. Being a base for Air Asia (modelled on Europe’s Ryanair) fares to many cities in the region are relatively inexpensive.
In Malaysia the power plugs and sockets are of type G. The standard voltage is 240 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.