Cherie Hearts International Preschool & Kindergarten:
Taman Molek Branch
Cherie Hearts Taman Molek is the 4th Cherie Hearts centre to be opened in Malaysia. Situated in Taman Molek – a main township in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, the branch was officially opened in year 2012 as an international mid to high end childcare & preschool by the current Managing Director and Owner of the Cherie Hearts National Master Franchisee, Mrs Sonia Lim.
Cherie Hearts Malaysia has been successfully operating for the past 10 years since 2009. Throughout these wonderful years, Cherie Hearts have won the best Childcare and Preschool awards in Malaysia for 2 consecutive years in 2015 & 2016 among many other awards and recognitions by the industry and the government.
Cherie Hearts Taman Molek is well-connected and is easily accessible. Situated in an increasingly popular commercial and residential area, Cherie Hearts Taman Molek has become a popular choice among parents who wants to send their children for infant care, childcare, preschool or kindergarten in the area.
Cherie Hearts Taman Molek has a very generous space and play facilities. The centre has a huge indoor playground specially designed for our little Cherians for their fun and relaxation. On top of that, the centre has a spacious kid-friendly library fully stocked with children’s books.
Our operating hours are from 7:30am to 7:00pm on all working days and we are open from 9:00am to 1:00pm on Saturday for enquiries and visits. Presently, the school sits on a 10,000 Square Feet space, and it offers a whole host of services to cater to the varying needs of parents and children. Our programme caters from Infant from 2 months old up to Kindergarten 2 for children aged 6 in preparation of going to main stream primary school or elementary grade international school.
The following are the programmes available at Cherie Hearts.
1) Infant Care – 2 months old to 17 months old
2) Playgroup 1 – 18 months old to 2 years old
3) Playgroup 2 – 3 years old
4) Nursery – 4 years old
5) Kindergarten 1 – 5 years old
6) Kindergarten 2 – 6 years old
Apart from the mainstream childcare and preschool levels, Cherie Hearts Taman Molek also provides the following programmes :-
1) Student care – 7 years old to 12 years old
2) Emergency care
3) Flexi care on customised hours
4) Enrichment programmes
We welcome you to visit us and discover how our unique curriculum can benefit your child. We’d love to hear from you! Contact Cherie Hearts Taman Molek today at 07-361 1484 /
017-751 1232. Our centre manager, Ms. Emma, will be at your service and assistance at any time convenient to you.
For more information on Cherie Hearts, visit our website at www.cheriehearts.com.my
Attached is our Waze and google map link to our precise address and location of Cherie Hearts Taman Molek for your convenience of finding us.
The Surroundings of Taman Molek, Johor Bahru
Taman Molek is a township in Johor Bahru (formerly known as Tanjung Puteri or Iskandar Puteri). The town was developed in the 1990s by Pelangi Berhad Group and has grown to a mini-commercial hub with several banks such as HSBC, Al-Rajhi Bank, Standard Chartered, Royal Bank of Scotland, RHB Bank, EON, Maybank, OCB, PMB Investment Berhad, and Hwang-DBS Investments.
Taman Molek is surrounded by Taman Redang, Taman Johor Jaya, Taman Saujana, Taman Desa Harmoni, and Taman Seri Molek Perdana. The town is adjacent to two golf courses; Daiman 18 Golf and Country Resort, and Ponderosa Golf and Country Resort.
The town’s popularity is rapidly increasing as both a residential and commercial center. It is near Tebrau-Plentong corridor, which has been tremendously growing with its high-end development projects such as marina type and waterfront projects. The area also has multiple hotels, and more commercial centers to come in the future.
One interesting fact about Taman Molek is that for about 50 years, it was the main transmitting station of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in the far-east(commonly known as BBC Tebrau) before it was moved to Singapore. The Masai Trunk Road was locally known as BBC Road during those old times.