No. 3B, Jalan Bukit Desa 5,
Taman Bukit Desa,
58100 Kuala Lumpur
Kota Kinabalu is the capital city of Sabah and also the capital of the West Coast Sabah division. Fondly known as KK by the locals and other Malaysians, Kota Kinabalu is home to half a million residents that comprise a number of cultures and ethnicities. Tourism plays a huge part in Kota Kinabalu’s economy. It is adjacent to the highest peak in Southeast Asia, Mount Kinabalu; and is known for its proximity to lush rainforests and tropical islands. A number of festivals and events take place annually in Kota Kinabalu such as Kota Kinabalu City International Marathon, Harvest Festival and the KK Jazz Festival.
Schools in Kota Kinabalu are made up of government or public schools, private schools and international schools. The language of instruction in public schools is the official language of Malaysia, Malay. Mandarin and Tamil are the languages of instruction at vernacular schools. On the other hand, international schools in Malaysia use English as its language of instruction. Public and private schools cater to students in primary and secondary levels. Majority of international schools cater to primary and secondary levels. Several international schools have preschool and pre-university levels.