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Malaysia


Malaysia

Introduction
Malaysia
Symbols
Coat of Arms
Flag
Negaraku
History
History
British Malaya
Kingdom of Sarawak
North Borneo
Malayan Campaign
Sandakan Death Marches
Manila Accord
Malaysia Agreement
Indonesia–Malaysia confrontation
Government and Politics
Politics
Yang di-Pertuan Agong
Conference of Rulers
Prime minister
Parliament of Malaysia
Dewan Rakyat
Dewan Negara
Political parties
Barisan Nasional
Judiciary
Federal Court
Syariah Court
Foreign relations of Malaysia
Law and Law enforcement
Law
Constitution
Crime
Human rights
Royal Malaysia Police
Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency
Royal Malaysian Customs
Military
Malaysian Armed Forces
Military History
Army
Navy
Air Force
Five Power Defence Arrangements
Subdivisions
States and Federal Territories
Districts
Johor
Kedah
Kelantan
Malacca
Negeri Sembilan
Pahang
Perak
Perlis
Penang
Sabah
Sarawak
Selangor
Terengganu
Kuala Lumpur
Labuan
Putrajaya
Geography and Biota
Geography
Peninsular Malaysia
East Malaysia
Mount Kinabalu
Mulu Caves
Environment
Wildlife
Economy and infrastructure
Economy
Malaysian ringgit
First Malaysia Plan
Second Malaysia Plan
New Economic Policy
Agriculture
Tourism
Energy
Telecommunications
Transport
Demographics
Nationality Law
Demographics
Bumiputera
Malaysian Malay
Orang Asal
Malaysian Chinese
Malaysian Indian
Citizenship
Religion
Islam
Languages
Education
Healthcare
Poverty
Culture
Culture
Cuisine
Literature
Music
Sports
Media
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