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List of Malays

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List of Malays

This is a list of Malay people.


  • Activists 1
  • Astronomy 2
  • Space Tourist 3
  • Blogger 4
  • Business people 5
  • Chefs 6
  • Designers 7
  • Entertainers 8
  • Leaders 9
  • Literary figures 10
  • Politicians 11
  • Royals 12
  • Scientists 13
  • Sportspeople 14
  • Visual Artists 15
  • Warriors 16
  • See also 17


  • Anwar Fazal, consumer, environmental activist, health advocate
  • Ahmad Tarmizi Abdul Razak, environmental activist
  • Khidir Arihan Hamdi, safety and health environment officer greenbook holder


Space Tourist


Business people



  • Amir Luqman, fashion designer
  • Irman Hilmi, graphic designer
  • Mohd Shukor Talib, graphic designer
  • Muhammad Azhar, known as Dr. Darren, graphic designer
  • Muid Latif, graphic designer, multimedia designer
  • Nizam Rahmat, graphic designer
  • Nor Aini Shariff, fashion designer
  • Rizalman Ibrahim, fashion designer
  • Tom Abang Saufi, fashion designer
  • Alia Bastamam, fashion designer



Literary figures





Visual Artists


  • Leftenan Adnan (1915-1942), Warrior from mainland Malaya
  • Syarif Masahor, Warrior from Sarawak
  • Haji Abdul Rahman Limbong, Warrior from Telemong, Terengganu
  • Tok Janggut, Warrior from Pasir Puteh, Kelantan
  • Dato' Bahaman, Warrior from Semantan, Pahang
  • Mat Kilau, Warrior from Pahang
  • Dato Maharaja Lela, Warrior from Perak
  • Tunku Anum Tunku Abdul Rahman, Warrior from Kedah
  • Awang Nong, Warrior from Pahang (Jerantut)
  • Ahmad Mukhlis bin Amran, Warrior of Battlefield 4 the broken version from Bukit Beruntung

See also

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