Learner autonomy has become an assumed goal of language education in many parts of the world. In Malaysia, there has been a paradigm shift in the language teaching, which has seen a shift from a teacher- centered teaching style to a more learner-centered one. Teachers started to put students needs as priorities and started respect the difference in learning styles . With this shift, the development of learner autonomy has become forefront. It is vital to investigate students perception towards learner autonomy and to what extend they can be autonomous learners. On the other hand, knowing students learning preferences will help teachers to plan the lesson more effectively to cater students need. This can also shed light for students to recognise their learning styles.