West Malaysia


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Noun1.West Malaysia - the region of Malaysia on the Malay PeninsulaWest Malaysia - the region of Malaysia on the Malay Peninsula
Malaya, Malaysia - a constitutional monarchy in southeastern Asia on Borneo and the Malay Peninsula; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1957
Kuala Lumpur - the largest city and former capital of Malaysia until 2005
Malay Peninsula - a peninsula in southeastern Asia occupied by parts of Malaysia and Thailand and Myanmar
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Second, policy priorities have accentuated the shift away from rural areas to cities, and have also widened the focus from Greater Kuala Lumpur to include a subset of cities in East and West Malaysia.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-October 18, 2017-East and West Malaysia get enhanced mobile broadband
These types of attire are similar to that of Malaysia and are said to have derived from West Malaysia in the beginning of the 20th century.
Klang District alone is home to 162,000 Indians, the largest grouping of Indians in a single district in West Malaysia.
The Royal Malaysian Air Force's (RMAF) C-130 aircraft was flying from west Malaysia toward Sabah in Eastern Malaysia on it regular route over the Natuna Islands, Defense Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein (http://www.
Getting By' offers a historical ethnographic account of ethnic Chinese living in the city of Bukit Mertajam, in the state of Penang in West Malaysia.
The first domain (domain 1) covered the Southeast Asia region, with at 45 km resolution (124 x 106 grid points), while the second domain (domain 2) was the Malaysia region, the East and West Malaysia, which spaced at 15 km (172 x 76 grid points) (Figure 1).
Malakoff is the largest domestic independent power producer (IPP), with six plants accounting for a total net installed capacity of about 5,346 MW in West Malaysia as at end-1HFY2015.
The Natuna Sea, in the South China Sea, is a large shelfal area extending as a northern salient between East and West Malaysia.
Rusaslina Idrus finds the Orang Asli communities of West Malaysia particularly failed by NEP policies 'on the ground'--only 0.
The Malaysian National Leprosy Control programme which was launched in West Malaysia (1969), Sarawak (1974) and Sabah (1985), completely revolutionizing the management of leprosy.
Between 2003 until 2005 influenza outbreaks have been documented from West Malaysia involving mainly residential schools.

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