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2007 in Malaysia

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2007 in Malaysia

Visit Malaysia Year 2007 official logo
The Eye on Malaysia Ferris wheel
Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor, Malaysia's first angkasawan (astronaut).

2007 in Malaysia is the 50th anniversary of Malaysia's independence.


Federal level

State level




  • 2 February – The KLCI passes the 1,200 mark hurdle.
  • February – The El Nino phenomenon begins.
  • 23 February – Nusajaya, new planning city part of the South Johor Economic Region (SJER) is launched.
  • 24 February – Malaysia's world smallest microchip with radio technology is launched.
  • 27 February – The KLCI fell 35.79 points from a high of 1272.87 after global market suffered losses amid fears of capital control. The index continued to plunge 72.40 points for the next three days, to 1,164.68 points, as of 2 March. The index regained its lost points in April 2007.










Rallying crowd in front of the Istana Negara during 2007 Bersih rally on 10 November.
Riot police use teargas and water cannon to break up the HINDRAF supporters during an illegal gathering on 25 November 2007.


Flood scene on 13 December 2007 at the federal road between Temerloh and Lancang.
Flood scene on 13 December 2007 in Mentakab.

National Day

Main theme

Malaysiaku Gemilang (My Glorious Malaysia)

National Day Parade

Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur




See also

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