2015 Kolisko Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

Achieve Individual Health and Community Well-being



Malaysia weather benefits from a tropical climate with high temperatures and high humidity throughout the year. Daytime temperatures rise above 30°C (86°F) all year-round and night-time temperatures rarely drop below 20°C (68°F). Do bring light clothing and a jacket for air-conditioned rooms. It is advisable to bring umbrella or raincoat for outdoor activities.
Currency and means of payments
The only currency accepted in Malaysia is the Malaysia Ringgit. Foreign currency may be exchanged at some banks, money changer at the airport and in the city, and at Marriot Hotel (opposite Palm Garden Hotel). Credit cards are widely accepted in Malaysia.

Electrical Current
The voltage used in Malaysia is 230/240 volts -50hz. Don’t forget your phone charger and adaptor or converter for your electrical appliances, if needed.

If needed, conference organizers can be reached at the following mobile numbers:
Chiou Woan: +60 (0)12 315 7172

Samantha:     +60 (0)12 225 7391

Isabelle:        +60 (0)12 296 3788

Local transport

For participants traveling by car, several car parks are available onsite, free of charge. Please note that for security reason, you are not allowed to park your car at the venue car park overnight.


There is no wireless internet access at the Conference venue.


In line with the theme of the Conference, “Achieve Individual Health and Community Wellbeing”, we have invited selected Malaysian vendors to display/sell local/imported biodynamic/organic and Earth-friendly products. In addition, we have invited some Malaysia Waldorf inspired schools to participate to share about their schools. You are invited to visit them during the breaks.



For the participants’ convenience, there will be selected vendors selling breakfast at the Conference venue from 7:15 AM to 8:15 AM.



Your will be served morning and afternoon tea breaks, lunch and dinner. Meals are meat-less/vegetarian and using mostly organic ingredients. The meals are prepared by the chefs at Kechara Oasis Vegetarian Restaurant (http://www.kecharaoasis.com).


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