The commonness of obesity has reached worrying stages, influencing almost both developed and developing nations of all socio-economic groups, regardless of age, gender or race. Globally, approximately more than 22 million children below the age of 5 are extremely overweight and it has been founded that one in 10 children are overweight (Kosti & Panagiotakos, 2006). Technically, Malaysia is also one of the developing Asian countries that suffer from a fast widespread presence of adolescent obesity which is accordant with the global trends (Yang et al., 2017). Therefore, obesity does not happen overnight because it evolves slowly from poor eating habit and bad choices of lifestyle among individual. The result from Journal of Tropical Pediatrics research in 2016 shows that the occurrence of obesity and overweight increase continuously both in rural and urban secondary school (Zhang et al., 2016). However, the occurrence of obesity in urban secondary school are significantly higher compared with rural secondary school (Zhang, Wang, Zhao & Chu, 2016). The respondent of the particular research consist of students aged between 7 years old and 18 years old (Zhang et al., 2016).