Which of these nations is located closest to the Philippines Malaysia and Indonesia?
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No, of course not. Malaysia is not in Indonesia. But our location is quite close. Malaysia consists of two parts, namely the peninsular and the Borneo part. The peninsular Mal…aysia is located to the north of Singapore while one of the Indonesian Islands, Sumatra is located to the west of peninsular Malaysia.
What regional organization initially formed by Indonesia Malaysia Thailand Singapore and the Philippines is known as?
Malaysia and Singapore
Indonesia and Malaysia are both located in Southern Asia.
Burma has faced great challenges. Burma's diverse population has played a major role in defining its politics, history, and demographics in modern times, and the country conti…nues to struggle to overcome its ethnic tensions.
In the last Ice Age abt 10k years ago, you could probably walk from Johor to Jakarta and Kuching. Then Earth got warmer, ice-cap melted, sea-level rose, blah blah, and a singl…e landmass got separated into many islands.
The largest religion in Maylaysia and Indonesia is Muslim. Maylaysia is about 60.7% Muslim and Buddhism is the next largest religion. The largest religion in Indonesia is Musl…im...don't have the percentage.
I'm from Japan and for your information, I've been living and studying in Malaysia for 3 years. And what I want to say is Malaysia is better than Indonesia because people here… are friendly, kind, and they are not always fighting among themselves, such as Indonesia. Malaysia has a clean city, they have their own cars (although it is not good like ferrari), food, traditions, highway,rapid economic progress. And I went to the Padang and Jakarta. I want to say that Jakarta is virtually the same as Kuala Lumpur, but what I do not like about Jakarta is the people always make a riot. I don't want to talk about the incident at the Padang because when I was trying to eat baksor (or what it call) at roadside stall, I put my laptop on the dining table to open facebook. Suddenly there was an Indonesian citizen grab my laptop and take it away. Then me and my friends chase him, but he gets away.Then me and my friends go to the police station . Then I say to the police officer that my laptop was stolen, but he's look like that he doesn't care about it. So what I want to say is,Malaysia was better than Indonesia. P.S Sorry if my English bad.
In general, you dial a fax number on a fax machine exactly the sameway you would dial the same number on a landline telephone at thesame location. The telephone country code …for Malaysia is +60, and you drop thetrunk prefix 0 from the beginning of the Malaysian number. Indonesia uses a variety of different international accessprefixes, depending on your telephone carrier. For faxing, do notuse any of the 010xx codes, as those codes are for VoIP, which doesnot work well with fax machines. If you are not sure which accessprefix to use, consult your telephone company. (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSMmobile phone, you can enter the number in full internationalformat, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00 , but NorthAmerica (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011 , Japan uses 010 , Australia uses 0011 , and manyother countries use different prefixes.)
Indian and pacific
No, they are two separate countries that consist of many islands.