Flag of Malaysia

Flag Malaysia, Banner Malaysia
Aspect ratio:
Vexillological symbol:
National flag on land and official flag at sea
Kuala Lumpur
330.000 km²
Malay (since 1967 under the name 'Bahasa Malaysia') as official language; English widely spoken, besides High Chinese, various Chinese dialects (among others Cantonese, Hokkien) and Indian languages.
Ringgit (MYR)
accepted at:

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Fourteen stripes of equal size (red, white); blue rectangle on which a yellow crescent moon and a yellow sun are visible.


The blue rectangle symbolizes the unity and strength of the people; the yellow crescent symbolizes Islam; the 14 rays of the sun symbolize the unity of the 14 states of the confederation; the yellow itself represents the traditional color of the rulers of the Malaya states; the 14 stripes (red and white) symbolize the 14 states of the country. The design is derived from the design of the U.S. flag and originally (after 1957 as Malaya independent from Great Britain) had only 11 rays of the sun and 11 stripes. When three more states joined the confederation in 1963 (Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak), the flag was adapted accordingly. When Singapore left the confederation in 1965, the flag remained unchanged. The 14th stripe now applies to the Kuala Lumpur area.


Composer: Pierre Jean de Beranger Songwriter: gemeinsamer Text, geführt von Tunku Abdul Rahman

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This is what an AI says about the Malaysian flag
The flag of Malaysia consists of a rectangular piece of cloth divided into a field of 14 stripes in red and white. In the upper left corner is a blue crescent symbol representing Islam, which is the official state religion of the country. In the center of the flag there is a yellow star symbol, which symbolizes the 13 states of the country.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Malaysian flag
The national flag of Malaysia was introduced on September 16, 1963, when Malaysia became independent. The flag consists of a red field with a white crescent and a star on the left side. The red and white colors symbolize the Malay nation and independence. The crescent and star symbolize religion and Malaysia's hope for a better future.
This is how an AI describes the Malaysian flag
The national flag of Malaysia consists of a rectangular field divided into the colors red, white and blue. The upper part of the flag is red, the lower part is blue and the middle part is white. In the center of the white field there is a yellow crescent moon symbol and a five-pointed star. The crescent and the star symbolize the country's faith in God and hope for peace and happiness.

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