Malaysia is part of Asia with main city at
Kuala Lumpur. It's usually 🌤️ 26.05 °C in Malaysia with a rainfall of 🌧 234.35 mm. Tipping is usually not expected in Malaysia. Internet speed in Malaysia is on average 5.2 Mbps. In Malaysia you drive on the left side. Its Developing country with a
population of 31M people. The main currency is Malaysian Ringgit. The languages
spoken are Malaysian. Automatic teller machines are common in Malaysia. Current travel safety advice is Do not travel. Get other useful information like socket plugs, SIM cards and emergency numbers.
👍 Developing 🌤️ ~26.05 °C 🌧 ~234.35 mm 👨👩👦👦 31M people
🛡️ Travel safety
fiber_manual_record Do not travel
Malaysia has implemented a 'Movement Control Order', which includes an entry ban for all foreign tourists; the closure of non-essential government services, businesses, education and religious institutions; and the prohibition of large gatherings and mass movements. There are no direct flights from Malaysia to Australia at present, and options to return to Australia via transit hubs are rapidly disappearing. If you are seeking to return to Australia, keep checking with your airline or travel provider as the flight situation changes from day-to-day. If you remain in Malaysia, follow the advice of local authorities, make arrangements for a possible extended stay and take care to minimise your exposure to COVID-19. Stay in touch with family and friends so they know you’re safe. If you have Twitter or Facebook, follow @AusHCMalaysia or https://www.facebook.com/ausinmalaysia or visit the Australian High Commission in Malaysia website . If you need urgent consular assistance, or to register with us, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or +60 3 2146 5555 during business hours or call the 24-hour consular emergency helpline in Australia on +61 2 6261 3305. We now advise you to: Do not travel to Malaysia.
issued date: March 27, 2020
Malaysia uses 240V, 50Hz with socket and plug Type G.
The languages that are typically spoken are Malaysian
💱 Currencies Used
Malaysia uses the Malaysian ringgit (symbol: RM), code MYR.Banknotes come in denominations of 100, 50, 20, 10, 5 and 1 ringgits. Ringgit is subdivided into 100 sens. Coins come in denominations of 50, 20, 10 and 5 sens.
Automatic teller machines are common in Malaysia. You can usually find them in both large & small cities.You do not need a chip & PIN card to use an ATM — your standard magnetic card will work fine.
Not expected, but can leave extra tip Tipping is usually not expected in Malaysia. However, if you are satisfied with the service provided you can show your appreciation by leaving a small ‘extra’ tip. Receipts always include a service charge.