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  1. The climate of Seremban, like most parts of West Malaysia, is generally hot and humid (tropical) with a mean temperature of about 27-30 degrees Celsius.


  1. The Straits of Malacca, lying between Sumatra and West Malaysia, is arguably the most important shipping lane in the world.
  2. West Malaysia lies across the Straits of Malaka, the Philippines lies to the northeast, and Australia lies to the south. (Web site)


  1. There are 8000 species of flowering plants in Peninsular or West Malaysia alone, including 2000 tree species, 800 different orchids and 200 types of palm.

West Coast

  1. Most of the total population of nearly 23 million, are concentrated on the west coast of West Malaysia.

East Malaysia

  1. The population is unevenly distributed, however, and West Malaysia is about seven times more densely populated than East Malaysia.

Certain Regions

  1. Besides the official Malay language spoken throughout East and West Malaysia, there are a number of Malay dialects spoken in certain regions of the country.

Pitcher Plants

  1. Annales de la Société Entomologique de France 15: 3–17. Beaver, R.A. 1979. Fauna and foodwebs of pitcher plants in west Malaysia. (Web site)

Tropical Asia

  1. Kuini or Mangifera odorata is a mango variety that is to be native to tropical Asia, specifically to West Malaysia.

Jolo Island

  1. The majority of Tausug reside on Jolo Island, and another 153,000 live in Sabah, West Malaysia. (Web site)


  1. From the island of Sumatra, the Malay language spread to peninsular South-east Asia (later known as Malaya and subsequently known as west Malaysia). (Web site)


  1. Early in 1965 both Australia and New Zealand finally agreed to deploy their forces into Borneo, mostly from those with 28 Commonwealth Bde in West Malaysia.

Malay Peninsula

  1. West Malaysia occupies the southern half of the Malay Peninsula (Malaya) and is bordered to the north by Thailand. (Web site)
  2. West Malaysia, also known as Peninsular Malaysia, consists of the southern portion of the Malay Peninsula and nearby islands.


  1. The regions are Peninsular Malaysia, formerly known as West Malaysia; and Sarawak and Sabah, formerly known as East Malaysia. (Web site)
  2. From 1966 the 11 states on the Malay Peninsula were known as West Malaysia, and Sabah and Sarawak as East Malaysia. (Web site)
  3. The state-owned railroad system consists of 1,622 km (1,008 mi) of track, most of which is in West Malaysia and with a short stretch in Sabah. (Web site)


  1. Peninsular Malaysia (Malay: Semenanjung Malaysia), also known as West Malaysia (formerly Malaya), is the part of Malaysia which lies on the Malay Peninsula. (Web site)
  2. Most of the Fu Zhou clan found in Malaysia would be in Sitiawan (a town in west Malaysia) and Sibu (a city in east Malaysia). (Web site)
  3. Average incomes are now among the lowest in Malaysia, and with a considerably higher cost of living than in West Malaysia. (Web site)

West Malaysia

  1. Malaysia has 13 states: 11 on the Malayan Peninsula (West Malaysia) and two, Sabah and Sarawak, on the island of Borneo (East Malaysia).
  2. Country in Southeast Asia consisting of West Malaysia on the Malay Peninsula (extending south of Thailand) and East Malaysia on the island of Borneo. (Web site)
  3. The Natuna Islands are a small archipelago of Indonesia, located in the South China Sea between east and west Malaysia, Kalimantan and Singapore. (Web site)


  1. World > Countries > Malaysia > East Malaysia
  2. Malay Peninsula
  3. Short Stretch
  4. World > Countries > Malaysia > Sabah
  5. World > Countries > States > Sarawak
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