List of currencies in Asia

This is the list of currencies presently in circulation in Asia. Kuwaiti Dinar, the official currency of Kuwait is the world's most valued currency.[1] Before it's introduction in 1960 the Indian rupee was circulated in Quwait.[1]

Asian currencies

Some currencies, such as the Nagorno-Karabakh dram, are not used in day-to-day commerce, but are legal tender.

List of all Asian currencies
Present currency Country or dependency (administrating country) Currency sign Fractional unit
Russian Ruble[2] Abkhazia руб.[2][3] Kopek[2]
Afghan afghani[4] Afghanistan ؋[4] pul[4]
Euro[5] Great Britain) [6] cent[6]
Armenian dram[7] Armenia [7] luma[7]
Azerbaijani manat[8] Azerbaijan [8] Qepik[8]
Bahraini dinar[9] Bahrain .د.ب[10] Fils[9]
Taka[11] Bangladesh [12] Poisha[11]
Bhutanese ngultrum[13] Bhutan Nu[14] Chhertum[13]
Pound Sterling[15] Great Britain) Pence
Brunei dollar[16] Brunei B$[17] Cent[16]
Cambodian riel[18] Cambodia CR[19] Kak[18]
Renminbi (yuan)[20] China ¥[20][21] Jiao[20]
Australian dollar[22] Australia) A$[22] cent[22]
Australia) A$[22] cent[22]
Euro[6][23] Cyprus [6] cent[6]
US Dollar[24] Timor-Leste US$[24] Cent[24]
Lari[25] Georgia ლარი[26] Tetri[25]
Hong Kong dollar[27] Hong Kong HK$[27] cent[27]
Indian Rupee[28] India [28] Paisa[28]
Rupiah[29] Indonesia Rp[30] Sen[29][30]
Iranian rial[31] Iran [32] Dinar[31]
Iraqi dinar[33] Iraq ع.د[34] Fils[33]
Israeli new shekel[35] Israel [35][36] Agora[35][36]
Yen[37] Japan ¥[37][38] Sen[37]
Jordanian dinar[39] Jordan ينار[40] Qirsh[39]
Kazakhstani tenge[41] Kazakhstan Tiin[41]
Dinar Kurdistan
Kuwaiti dinar[42] Kuwait ك[42] Fils[42]
Kyrgyzstani som[43] Kyrgyzstan som[44] Tyiyn[44]
Lao kip[45] Laos [45][46] Att[45]
Lebanese pound[47] Lebanon ل.ل[47][48] Piastre[47]
Macanese pataca Macau MOP$[49] Ho[50]
Ringgit[51] Malaysia RM[51][52] Sen[51]
Maldivian rufiyaa[53] Maldives MRf[54] Laari[53]
Mongolian tögrög[55] Mongolia [55][56] Möngö[55]
Kyat[57] Myanmar K[57][58] Pya[57]
Armenian dram Nagorno-Karabakh
Nepalese rupee[59] Nepal Rs[59][60] Paisa[59]
Euro[6] Northern Cyprus [6] cent[6]
North Korean won[61] North Korea [61][62] Chon[61]
Omani rial[63] Oman ر.ع[64] Baisa[63]
Pakistani Rupee[65] Pakistan Rs[65][66] Paisa[65]
Philippine Peso[67] Philippines [67][68] Sentimo[67][68]
Qatari riyal[69] Qatar ر.ق[70] Dirham[69]
Russian Ruble[3] Russia руб.[2][3] Kopek[2][3]
Saudi riyal[71] Saudi Arabia SR[72] Halala[71][72]
Singapore dollar[73] Singapore $[73] Cent[73]
South Korean won[74] South Korea [74][75] Jeon[74]
Russian Ruble[2] South Ossetia руб.[2][3] Kopek[2]
Sri Lankan rupee[76] Sri Lanka Rs[76] Cent[76]
Syrian pound[77] Syria £S[78] Piastre[77][78]
New Taiwan dollar[79] Taiwan NT$[79] Jiao[79]
Somoni[80] Tajikistan TJS[81] Tajikistani Somoni[80]
Baht[82] Thailand ฿[82][83] Satang[82][83]
Turkish lira[84] Turkey [84] Kuruş[84][85]
Turkmen new manat[86] Turkmenistan m[87] Tennesi[87]
UAE dirham[88] United Arab Emirates AED[89] Fils[88]
Uzbekistan som (O'zbekiston so'mi)[90] Uzbekistan som[91] Tiyin[90][91]
đồng[92] Vietnam [93] Hao[93]
Yemeni rial[94] Yemen rial[95] Fils[94]

See also

References

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  51. ^ a b c "MYR - Malaysian Ringgit". Xe.com. 18 October 2013. Retrieved June 13, 2014. 
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  53. ^ a b "MVR - Maldivian Rufiyaa". Xe.com. 18 October 2013. Retrieved June 13, 2014. 
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