Our Malay translation team consists of
Malay belongs to the Malayopolynesian languages and typologically to the isolating languages. Various forms of Malay are spoken in Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore, southern Thailand, Myanmar, Coco, Christmas Island, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. Malay serves as the official language in Brunei, Malaysia and Singapore. In addition, the Indonesian language is considered a form of Malay. The state language of Indonesia, Bahasa Indonesia, was developed based on Malay and is basically the same language. If Indonesian is counted as well, there are more than 200 million speakers. The language is characterized by a very well-sounding and easy to pronounce sound image and is therefore referred to as the Italian of the East. The grammar is also easy to learn. In large areas of Southeast Asia, Malay has probably been used as a traffic and commercial language. Malay is usually written with a Latin alphabet called Rumi, although a modified Arabic script called Jawi exists. Rumi is the official alphabet in Malaysia and Singapore, while Indonesian has another official spelling that also uses the Latin script.
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Ayutthaya (TH), Bandar Seri Begawan (BN), Bandung (ID), Bangkok (TH), Batu (ID), Bogor (ID), Chiang Mai (TH), Denpasar (ID), Flying Fish Cove (CX), George Town (MY), Hat Yai (TH), Ipoh (MY), Jakarta (ID), Johor Bahru (MY), Kanchanburi (TH), Klang (MY), Kota Kinabalu (MY), Kuala Lumpur (MY), Kuala Terengganu (MY), Kuching (MY), Malacca Town (MY), Malang (ID), Medan (ID), Neipyijto (MM), Nonthaburi (TH), Padang (ID), Pathum Thani (TH), Pontianak (ID), Semarang (ID), Sembawang (SG), Sengkang (SG), Shah Alam (MY), Singapore (SG), West Island (CC), Woodlands (SG),