The King : Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Ibrahim ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar.

Prime Minister : YAB Dato' Seri Anwar Bin Ibrahim.
Capital and largest city: Kuala Lumpur
Administrative center: Putrajaya
Date of Independence: August 31 - 1957, National Day: August 31
Official languages: Malaysian, recognized language: English
Area: 330,803 square kilometers
Population: 33,200,000, estimated in 2023
Ethnicities: Malay, Chinese, Indian, and other tribal communities
Currency: Ringgit (RM) (MYR), (1 USD = 4.6 ringgit / 1 Kuwaiti dinar = 15.0 ringgit)
Timezone: UTC+8 (MST)
Climate: humid tropical throughout the year, temperatures between 25 to 35 degrees Celsius, humidity between 70% to 90%
Driving side: left
Call code: +60
National anthem : 

Malaysia: a country of diversity of culture and nature

Malaysia is a country located in Southeast Asia, consisting of Peninsular Malaysia and part of the island of Borneo. This country has a rich history, cultural diversity, and natural diversity. Malaysia was established as a country in 1963, and it is characterized by its democratic political system and strong economy. It is one of the world's largest exporters of palm oil and rubber, and the industry and tourism sectors are also essential aspects of its thriving economy.

Malaysia is home to a multiracial and multicultural community, where the indigenous Malay people live alongside other ethnic groups such as the Chinese, Indians, Tamils and many other minorities. The country's government promotes the universal principle of peaceful coexistence among different cultures, and recognizes many official languages, including Malay, English, Chinese, and Tamil, making it a center of cultural and linguistic diversity, and enjoys a rich cultural heritage and ancient history that houses many historical temples and mosques. Important archaeological sites such as the historic city of Malacca.

Malaysia has a well-developed infrastructure, such as modern airports, an efficient transportation system and highways, in addition to a wide range of high-end hotels and resorts. It is also considered a center for shopping and entertainment, and a wide range of modern commercial complexes and traditional markets. Travelers can also enjoy various restaurants and taste Malaysian, Chinese, Indian, Arabic and other cuisines.

The Malaysian people are very hospitable and welcoming, and the English language is widely spoken in the country, making communication easy for visitors. The country is also considered safe and stable as a safe travel destination for families and travelers in general, and it is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world to discover the beauty of nature, diverse culture and historical heritage. It is a country that embraces modernity and tradition.


The system of government in Malaysia is a parliamentary democracy, and Malaysia is a constitutional monarchy that rotates every five years for the country's king. It follows a multi-party parliamentary system, the legislative authority in the country is represented by the parliament, while the prime minister assumes the role of the main government. The Malaysian Parliament consists of two bodies, the House of Representatives and the Senate. The members of the House of Representatives are directly elected by the people in general elections, while the members of the Senate are appointed by the King of Malaysia, based on the recommendation of the Prime Minister. In addition to the Parliament, Malaysia has an independent judicial system made up of various courts, including the Federal Court, Courts of Appeal, High Courts, Sharia Courts, and General Courts. The judiciary plays an important role in enforcing justice and enforcing the law in the country, More...

States and Territories

Malaysia consists of 13 states and a federal federal state, which are three federal territories, and there are local governments for each of the states, and a sultan for each state except Malacca, Sabah, Sarawak and the federal state, and the federal territories enjoy a higher level of independence and enjoy their own administrative powers in local affairs, while The federal government has the main responsibility in national affairs and foreign policy, and this system allows for balance between local and central authorities, and allows for the distribution of power and responsibilities between local and federal agencies, which contributes to the balance of development and promotes development throughout the country.