Malaysia is located in the peninsula of MALAY which is at northern region of the island of borneo in southeast Asia. Malaysia comprises thirteen states and three federal territories. Malaysia is one of the wealthiest and most developed countries, outranked in GNP (Gross National Product) only by Singapore and oil-rich Brunei. The Federation of Malaya became an independent country on 31st August 1957.
Malaysia is famous for its beautiful hill stations, stunning beaches, and wild forests. Malaysia is special because of the diversity of races, religions, and cultures. As a result of the diversity, Malaysian produce a very unique element that other countries don't have.
The total land area of Malaysia is 329,847 square kilometres (127,350 sq mi), the 66th largest country in the world in terms of area. Malaysia shares the borders with the Indonesia at the island of borneo, South China Sea in the east and Singapore at its tip in the south, Thailand to the north and has a coastline on the Strait of Malacca.
Malaysia is one of the least water containing countries in the world, its because the percentage of water Malaysia receives is 0.3% and Malaysia is nevertheless facing water crisis due to increasing demand, unmatched water supply, lack of effective river basin and water resource management.
Malaysia contains 30 mountains which are more than 1000 meters of elevation. The biggest mountain in the country is Gunung Kinabalu at Sabah region with the height of 4087 meters high.
Mount Trusmadi is the highest peak in the Malaysia with the height of 2,642.meters.
PIN = Postal Index Number
Each administrative division maintains its own postal code for mail delivery purposes. Having the correct code is essential to your mails delivery.
Malaysia pin code consists of 5 digit code in which first 2 digit has a separate indications and the last two digit has another indications. Lets see what those digit represents below;
The price of postal stamps of Malaysia starts from 25 cents and highest stamp rate is 10 dollars. The several types of stamps are listed below which are used in Malaysia.
These are the 8 types of stamps which are used in Malaysia
|Postcode type and position
5 digits to the right of the locality name, separated from the latter by a dash.
103, Mittery Margs
Selangor – XXXXX
XX ---> Delivery area
XXX ---> Main delivery Office
|The first two digits represent the delivery area,the last three digits represent the main delivery office
103, Mittery Margs sub-office (area /street /village)
Sampaloc city (delivery post office)
Selangor – XXXXX locality - postcode