Volunteering » Malaysia
Volunteer in Malaysia on your gap year with our range of projects. Work with orangutans and other animals, explore Borneo and volunteer with local communities.
Dive in the incredible waters of the Perhentian islands and help assist in important marine conservation.
Volunteers will live and work amongst rural communities on worthwhile sustainable development projects.
Take a gap year in a thriving tropical country that enjoys a beautiful climate, a perfect dose of exoticism and all the comforts of western living so you feel right at home!
Join this once in a lifetime experience combining orangutan conservation with an excursion to the fascinating Iban tribes in Batang Ai National Park.
A chance to get up close to and help to preserve increasingly rare and threatened great ape. With just 20,000 left in the wild you can make a real difference to orangutan conservation.
Join our extraordinary Borneo expedition and combine a community or environmental project with exhilarating adventure challenge.
Trek into the depths of the jungle, conserve turtles and marine life in the South China Sea and teach indigenous tribes, all under the watchful eye of the famous orangutan.
Scuba dive on the shores of this colourful and exotic island in Malaysia. This is a diving project that includes learning to dive and assisting with the running of a dive centre on a paradise island.
Help us to protect nesting sea turtles from poachers and conduct novel photo ID Research allowing us to assess the population of turtles using the Perhentian’s - males, females and juvenile.
These expeditions in Borneo, Malaysia are expeditions with a mix of community and environmental projects and a challenging adventure.
This fantastic project offers volunteers the experience of working closely with the animals in Negara Zoo, as well as making a positive impact on habitat restoration in Borneo.
Remember 2015? It was THE YEAR that you did something extraordinary.
Experience a Malay dinner, assist in school clubs, recycling and learn about the Malay culture on the amazing Perhentian Islands.
Roaring waterfalls, unexplored valleys, clouded leopards, pygmy elephants; Borneo is like the land that time forgot – one of the Earth’s true remaining wildernesses
Doing volunteer work in Borneo you could be living and working among communities to improve health and educational services whilst living in an undisturbed rainforest.
Late Availability and Offer - Unique 8 week project at Sepilok Orang-Utan Rehabilitation Centre in Borneo, Malaysia in Jan & March 2015 - see More Info...
Volunteer on conservation projects in the heart of Sabah’s last areas of undisturbed lowland rainforest, home to the pygmy elephant, clouded leopard and orangutan.
Having access to a education is fundamental in Borneo as it means children can reach the minimum standard of reading and writing required for them to enter the education system in Malaysia.
Join us on our quest to protect the rainforests of Malaysia
Learn how to track tigers and other wildlife as well as how to spot animal traps in the Taman Negara rainforest of Malaysia and meet the Batek tribe community.