Universiti Malaya offers some unique places for students and visitors.
In March 2003, His Royal Highness Sultan Azlan Muhibuddin Shah, the Chancellor of the University of Malaya inaugurated the University of Malaya Symphony Orchestra (UMSO), breathing life into an artistic first for higher learning institutions in Malaysia.More Detail
Rimba Ilmu is an 80-hectare botanic garden located within the University of Malaya, campus. The words Rimba and Ilmu are of the Malaysian language that literally means Forest of Knowledge.
The seven hectares that make up UM’s Experimental Farm offer facilities for research by staff, post-graduate and undergraduate students in various branches of animal and plant science and a range of other biological science disciplines.More Detail
Experience All Things Green & Sustainable.More Detail
As a top ranking university in Malaysia, UM has made great strides in institutionalising not only excellent academic programmes but also university-community engagement projects
In case you’ve not seen the unique treasure in the University of Malaya, to the right we give you the things we suggest you find – if you click on each one, you will discover more about them and where they are found
We are proud of the role we have in the University of Malaya’s success by playing a pivotal role towards meeting the needs and objectives of both the University and the nation in all spheres of developmentMore Detail