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PISFair posted 3rd Private & International School Fair, Penang on the Malaysia forum on September 11, 2014:
Join us at the 3rd Private & International School Fair, Penang! Mint Communications Sdn Bhd will be organizing its 3rd Private & International School Fair, Penang from 12pm to 5pm on Sunday, 12th October 2014 at Traders Hotel. The fair provides a platform for both schools and parents to interact with one another. With a variety of international curricula such as International Primary Curriculum, American Curriculum, Australian Curriculum, and UK Curriculum, the fair is a great opportunity for expatriate and Malaysian parents who would like to learn more about what each international curriculum has to offer. Parents can also speak to representatives from respective schools at the fair to find a suitable school and education for their children. Admission to the fair is free. Visitors will also be able to purchase a copy of the Education Destination Malaysia: Guide to International & Private Schools at a discounted price. The guide not only provides information of schools and curricula but also includes articles on how to choose a school. For more information visit us at http://www.privateinternationalschoolfair.com/ or call Mint Communications at +603-7986 0070 You can also visit our events page directly at http://www.privateinternationalschoolfair.com/events/3rd-private-international-school-fair-penang
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PISFair posted 3rd Private & International School Fair, Johor Bahru on the Malaysia forum on September 04, 2014:
Join us at the 3rd Private & International School Fair, Johor Bahru! Mint Communications Sdn Bhd will be organizing its 3rd Private & International School Fair, Johor Bahru from 12pm to 5pm on Saturday, 4th October 2014 at Traders Hotel, Puteri Harbour. The fair provides a platform for both schools and parents to interact with one another. With a variety of international curricula such as International Primary Curriculum, American Curriculum, Australian Curriculum, and UK Curriculum, the fair is a great opportunity for expatriate and Malaysian parents who would like to learn more about what each international curriculum has to offer. Parents can also speak to representatives from respective schools at the fair to find a suitable school and education for their children. Admission to the fair is free. Visitors will also be able to purchase a copy of the Education Destination Malaysia: Guide to International School 2014/2015 at a discounted price. The guide not only provides information of schools and curricula but also includes articles on how to choose a school. For more information visit us at http://www.privateinternationalschoolfair.com or call Mint Communications at +603-7986 0070 You can visit our events page directly at http://www.privateinternationalschoolfair.com/events/3rd-private-international-school-fair-johor-bahru
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Expat Report Review of Sayfol International School in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia was published
Review-of-Sayfol International School
How would you describe the facilities at this school? What extra-curricular activities are available?
Facilities are minimal to non-excistenant, however the school organizes what is suppose to be weekly extra-curricular activities (for a fee per term) however they always try to find an excuse to cancel the weekly activities (rain, audit, .....etc) (Continue)
mytwocents replied to the thread Recommedation for nice hotel in Johur Bahru on the Malaysia forum on September 03, 2014:
hbft58 initially posted:
We are planning to fly into Singapore and stay in Johur Bahru at hotel and take taxi to hotel close to the Causeway.
mytwocents replied on September 03, 2014 with:
many tourist guides often use the train to bring in people in and out of singapore-johor bahru. you might want to try those because it certainly beat the jam and from the jb & singapore train complex you can get taxis easily. of course cost $ and flexible time schedule. the timing is critical, avoid early morning hours. definitely fully packed but not so at night.
mytwocents replied on September 03, 2014 with:
the proper name for the city name is Johor Bahru not as what you written. try google or www.agoda.com you would get better understanding. causeway jam can be terrible another entry is through west site of singapore (tuas), of course that means pay more.
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vicky23 posted Require 2nd Hand Furnitures on the Malaysia forum:
Hi there, I require 2nd furnitures for my condo unit. Good usable ones preferably a coffee table, queen or king size or bed, front load washing machine or a washing machine dryer, a cupboard and a sofa. If anyone is relocating and if you want to sell your items, pls email at vickyshoban@gmail.com. Thank you.
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localla posted A lawyer/solicitor in Sabah / KK??? on the Malaysia forum:
Hello, can someone recommend a law firm in Sabah (preferably Kota Kinabalu) ? Focus on immigration, property purchasing, business registration. Great to get some recommendations from someone who has experience from the area!
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