Conversational Bahasa Melayu


Bahasa Melayu is the national language of Malaysia. English is widely spoken and used in Malaysia as all Malaysians study this language apart from the Malay language. As a multi-cultural society, other languages and dialects from different races of Chinese, Indians, Iban, Kadazan Dusun and others are widely used. They are Mandarin, Tamil, Hokkien, Cantonese and Hindi. Hence, rest assure that you will not get "lost" in Malaysia.

Since you are in Malaysia, why not try to learn a little bit of the Malay language. You will find it easy to learn.


Listing Of Conversational Malay Language

The listing shows the conversational Malay language that you can use while you are here in Malaysia. Try it and give the locals a surprise...


No English Bahasa Melayu
1 Welcome Selamat datang
2 Thank you Terima kasih
3 Good morning Selamat pagi
4 Good night Selamat malam
5 Good afternoon Selamat tengahari
6 Good evening Selamat petang
7 Excuse me Maafkan saya
8 See you again Jumpa lagi
9 I am sorry Saya minta maaf
10 How much is this? Berapakah harga ini?
11 Can this be cheaper? Boleh murah lagi?
12 Can you help me? Boleh tolong saya.
13 Yes Ya
14 No Tidak
15 Where is this place? Di manakah tempat ini?
16 Entrance Masuk
17 Please eat Sila makan
18 Goodbye Selamat tinggal.
19 Coffee Kopi
20 Tea Teh
21 How are you? Apa Khabar?
22 Where is the restroom? Di manakah ada tandas?
23 Train Keretapi
24 Please wait for a while Tolong tunggu sebentar
25 This is delicious Ini sangat sedap












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