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FourSeasons replied to the thread choosing the right school for your children on the Malaysia forum on May 27, 2015:
lisgery initially posted:
I arrived on Malaysian soil and was lost when seeking a school for my children,. Most international schools are pricey, yet all offered the same curriculum. I ended up at a school which is quite a distance away, Kingsley International School. I did hear of comments, but it seems to prove me wrong, for the teachers are excellent. The food is exactly as seen from their web site, and one can only guess how well it is doing when students do not want to go home , even when the bell rang. Try Kingsley, it is affordable, and they have informed me of their new premise, a new ten storey, ready for their new term in the summer of 2015.
FourSeasons replied on May 26, 2015 with:
Hi lisgery, I have two children who go to Kingsley International school too. Ever since they started going there, they seem much happier and never tell me any complaints about the school. They truly enjoy their life in the school and they always say the teachers make lessons fun and easy for them to understand. If you're looking for an affordable and reasonable school near the Subang area and in Putra Heights itself, try Kingsley! It won't disappoint you!
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property in MalaysiaBlue chip addressed, conveniently located in the affluent neighborhood of Bangsar, Damansara Heights and Bukit Damansara. Walking distance to shopping mall. 3+1 rooms and 2 car parks. Part Furnished.
Spacious apartment in Hartamas Regnecy 2 for rent, near Publika maga mall, near international school in the mont kiara vicinity.
Expat Report Review of Mutiara International Grammar School in Ampang, Malaysia was published
Review-of-Mutiara International Grammar School
How would you describe the facilities at this school? What extra-curricular activities are available?
The school offers quite a variety of extra curriculum and now participated in many inter-school tournaments but restricted to only Group B international school competitions. There is also the compulsory curriculum activity that all students have to do on every Thursday and the school offers a wide variety of activities from sports, uniform group and interesting club like photography, dance and radio dee-jaying. The school had upgraded it's outdoor basketball court. At the moment the school is already undergoing building of the other sports facilities like a new pool and gymnasium. Also on the way to rebuilding a new school building. Meals are included in the school fees and menu varies daily serving local and western dishes. Junior school given 2 breaks serving tea-break and lunch while Senior school has only 1 break time serving both tea and lunch. Break times are staggered to prevent over crowded. Every students from Year 3 to Year 11 requires to go for a compulsory study tour where they do community service while studying. Community Arts is also a compulsory subject in Year 9, 10 & 11. (Continue)
horadada3 replied to the thread Kingsley International School on the Malaysia forum on May 25, 2015:
Questjean initially posted:
I think the school is faring very well, as the results from the students have been good. In fact, they are value for money as they concentrate very well in the area of academic and pastoral care. My children are extremely well taken care of and the school provides very nutritious and fusion food to suit the children. I am proud and happy to have my children there.
horadada3 replied on May 25, 2015 with:
Hello, Nice to hear you are happy with this school. We have a 10 year old and looking for a good school.
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FourSeasons commented on the Expat Report Review of Kingsley international school in Putra heights, Malaysia
Review-of-Kingsley international school
How would you describe the facilities at this school? What extra-curricular activities are available?
Extra curricular activities are mostly run by same school teachers and not worth the money you are spending (Continue)
FourSeasons replied most recently with:
I have 2 children who go to the school and so far there have been no complaints by both of them. The school is progressing very well, and many improvements have been made to suit the preferences of the students. Also, ever since my children started going to the school, they often say they would rather go to school than stay at home during holidays! This surprised me as my children always love holidays, but the school successfully managed to change their character. They are happy with the life they have in Kingsley and constantly give positive remarks about their teachers. To anyone who wants a trustworthy school, choose Kingsley!
Questjean replied recently with:
I think the school in faring very well, as the results from the students have been good. In fact, they are value for money as they concentrate very well in the area of academic and pastoral care. My children are extremely well taken care of and the school provides very nutritious food and fusion food to suit the children. I am indeed proud and happy that my kids are there.
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danmillest posted Brand new Philips B5 home theatre sound system on the Malaysia forum on May 18, 2015:
Brand new Philips B5 speaker system, (Sound bar and Sub, the sound bar splits to be come wireless surround sound!). Works perfectly but we don't need it as our TV came with its own system. Brand new, original packaging 5 year warranty Bluetooth enabled, Little speakers can be used as stand alone portable speakers with 10hours of playtime. http://download.p4c.philips.com/files/b/b5_12/b5_12_pss_.pdf RM 3151 ono Pick up only
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hary replied to the thread Moving to Malaysia - Need Help on the Malaysia forum:
sayan initially posted:
Hello Friends, I am Indian and got a job offer in CyberJaya, Selangor. I am moving alone as of now but will be joined by my spouse 8 months down the line. Could you please guide me on the following ? 1. Where to stay? 2. How do I commute? Is there any public transport? 3. What can be the estimated living expenses?
hary replied on May 16, 2015 with:
Hi Sayan, Glad you are here. Since you are moving to Cyberjaya and I am cyberjaya folks as well I think I can give you some of ideas about it. If you looking where to stay I will recommend you stay at in the middle of cyberjaya where it close to the everything you need and the most iconic newly completed mall D'Pulse. I recommend you to get a condo at Serin Residency, Shaftbury or Dpulze as for now because of its facilities and brand new. Many expat especially Korean expat who stay at Mont Kiara before move to Serin Residency as it is the best in location and near to the International school as well. For the public transport there are shuttle bus provide so no big problem for you and also there are car rental services aslo. Living expenses is still at the affordable and many locals also start moving to cyberjaya for the amenities and the house price still low.
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efkj replied to the thread House to rent in Malacca on the Malaysia forum:
CindyWoon initially posted:
Hi, I have a property in Malacca which i wish to rent out. It is a one and half storey bungalow, located at Paya Rumput. Very accessible to the North-South highway with plenty amenities around the housing area. The area is guarded and neighbours are friendly,mostly working professionals. Interested parties, do feel free to contact me at 012-3018259 or you may also email me at cindy@bgc-group.com
efkj replied most recently with:
How much are you charging for rent?
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