Remember back in the day where we have to stuff ourselves into a stuffy, small classroom with 30 other friends for 11 years of our live?
Well, we have a feeling that these students from a primary school in Sabah can't relate.
Classroom with a view
A group of students from SK Randagong has become the envy of many after a picture of their open-air classroom went viral on social media.
We are jealous too, because the lucky Standard Four students have a spectacular view of the majestic Mount Kinabalu every morning.
Take a look at the picture and see for yourself:
Their teacher, Sabirun Rubin, who uploaded the photo on social media, told New Straits Times
that due to the new COVID-19 restrictions, they have no choice but to place some of their students outside as their wooden school building has very limited space.
"The 4 Mawar class has the least students compared to five other classrooms in the school," he was quoted as saying, adding that the arrangement has been discussed with the district education office and also the parents.
The 34-year-old teacher assured everyone that despite having their classes outside, the school made sure that the students are comfortable.
In fact, Sabirun told the daily that his students are excited as they will have a breath of fresh and cool air every morning. Often times, the weather is so cold, they would have to wear additional clothing to keep themselves warm.
OK, we're officially super jealous now and we found out that we weren't the only ones, as other netizens were in awe too:
Twitter user @hardiahadinin even shared a video of the view from another school, SK Pinausok, which can rival that of SK Randagong:
That's it lah
, we've made up our minds: we will be moving to Sabah!
Who wants to come with?