Magnificent Malaysia!

All about it!

By Cameron Renee Burgess & Celes Moon

Climate and Temperature

Malaysia is a tropical and humid country. The average temperature is 27 degrees celsius. But if you go up in the mountains the temperature is cooler. In Malaysia there are only two seasons which are the dry season and the rainy season. The dry season is from May to September. The rainy season is from November to March.

Population and Capital City

Malaysia's population in 2010 was 26,160,256. Malaysia's capital city Kuala Lumpur in 2010 was 1,627,172. In Kuala Lumpur there are many tourist attractions like Batu Caves, The Petronas Twin Towers and many more. Kuala Lumpur is also home to many different races and religions.

Kuala Lumpur Attractions

System of Government

Malaysia has a Constitutional Monarchy. The Monarchy doesn't rule Malaysia. Malaysia also has a parliament and country prime minister. There are also councils for local areas. That is why Malaysia is separated into 13 states.


Malaysia is a peninsula that spreads across the South China Sea. The area of the whole of Malaysia is 127,317 square miles. Borneo is an island that shares three countries. Which are Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei. The biggest mountain in Malaysia is Mt. Kinabalu. And Its largest river is the Rajang.

Crops and Agriculture

Rubber is a very important outcome in Malaysia. East Malaysia is completely dependent on fishing, hunting, and farming. Rice is a very important food source in Malaysia eaten by many. Planting tropical fruits like bananas, durian, mangoes and many more.