Breast cancer is the most common cancer among Malaysian women and early detection can play an importantrole in reducing cancer morbidity and mortality. The aim of this cross-sectional study was to determine therates and factors related to clinical breast examination (CBE) and mammography among 425 female teachersin Selangor, Malaysia. A self-administered questionnaire that included questions on socio-demography,cancer-related knowledge practice and an adapted version of Champion’s revised Health Belief Model Scalewas employed. The mean age of participants was 37.2±7.16 years. Only 25% of the women ever had a CBE.Of women over the age 40 (n=138), 13.6% reported having had a mammography. The results showed highersusceptibility to breast cancer, higher benefits of doing CBE and regular visits with a physician to be significantpredictors for undergoing CBE (p<0.05). In addition, higher a perceived susceptibility to breast cancer andregular undergoing CBE were significant predictors for having a mammography. The findings clearly suggest aneed for improving women’s awareness on breast cancer screening, its importance and recommended guidelines.