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Malaysians won’t be able to leave the country for 2 weeks – here’s why the Movement Control Order is not a lockdown

“This is nothing like a lockdown at all," the former health minister reportedly said.

5 things critics are saying about Malaysia’s brand new Cabinet, which doesn’t have a deputy PM

Many observers have pointed out a lack of women, youth and minority ministers in the Cabinet.

Singapore will stop accepting Malaysia’s ‘group passport’ from 2021 onward

Malaysia is the only country that has a group travel document arrangement with Singapore.

Grab is hot on Dego Ride’s trail as it begins piloting GrabBike in Malaysia’s Klang Valley

Good news if you want to hail a bike in Klang Valley.

Malaysia’s passport fell to 13th spot on a global power ranking – here’s why it lost to countries like Singapore and Japan

Currently, the Malaysian passport grants holders visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 178 destinations worldwide.

Malaysia’s VEP enforcement will be delayed until next year due to technical issues: Transport Minister Anthony Loke

The VEP will first be implemented at the Johor Baru checkpoint before being extended to Tuas, said Transport Minister Anthony Loke.

After 3 long years, Malaysia’s first e-hailing bike service is back on the road with 700 riders

However, only riders of the same sex can ride together, and less than 50 of the 700 approved riders currently are female.

Malaysia has one of the biggest gender gaps in South-east Asia, and places in the bottom half of WEF’s Global Gender Index

The World Economic Forum (WEF) estimates that the overall gender gap in the world will take 99.5 years to close.

Azmin Ali was second most Googled person in Malaysia this year – here’s who took top spot

Earlier in the year, Azmin was embroiled in a gay sex video scandal that stirred much controversy. 

At $27,227, Malaysia’s GNI per capita based on purchasing power parity is less than half of Singapore’s – here’s what that mea...

But Malaysia's GNI is still higher than countries or regions like Greece and Russia.