Malaysia is situated in Southeastern Asia, north of the equator and to the south of Vietnam. Malaysia comprises a peninsula that borders Brunei, Indonesia and Thailand. Malaysia is also bordered by the South China Sea to the east.
To search for car registration, begin by locating its Vehicle Identification Number, or VIN, and contacting a DMV office. Ask the state office to track the car's registration, and be prepared to fill out documentation and pay a small fee.
As of April 2014, Najib Razak is the current and sixth Prime Minister of Malaysia. Razak took office on April 3, 2009, and was preceded by Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
A company registration number is a company identification number assigned by the Federal Trade Commission. The registration number, or RN, can be used instead of a company name on product tags and labels.
Important locations on a Malaysian map include Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru, Ipoh, Kuching and Kuantan. Kuala Terengganu, Kota Bharu, and Kota Kinabalu are other important locations. These are all major cities in Malaysia.
AirAsia, AirAsia X and Malaysia Airlines are just a few airlines in Malaysia. The airlines are reputed as some of the most comfortable and reliable in the industry.
The national sport of Malaysia is Sepak Takraw. It is a sport in which the players must kick a takraw (hollow ball made out of rattan or woven palm stems) over a net. It is similar to volleyball or badminton except players cannot use their hands.
The vegetation of Malaysia consists mainly of lowland rainforest, submontane and montane forest, and swamp, tidal, freshwater and peat-swamp forest. There are also heathlike forests in the leached and sandy soils and on the coast.
The aim of Free Malaysia Today is to provide readers with news that deviates from the media norm. Its objective is to spread truth through fact-based content without bias.
The main religion in Malaysia is Islam. Out of Malaysia's population of 29.6 million, 61.3 percent of inhabitants are Muslims, and Islam is also the country's state religion.