Latitude of malaysia

Latitude of malaysia DEFAULT

Malaysia, in the south east part of Asia, has a geographic coordinate that reads 2° 30' North latitude and 112° 30' East longitude. Kuala Lumpur


which is the capital of Malaysia is located in between 3° 10' North latitude and 101° 42' East longitude . As a result of its latitude and longitude, Malaysia stays ahead by eight hours from the Greenwich Mean Time. Malaysia has several types of landscapes for its certain latitude and longitude measurements.

Malaysia has tropical weather, influenced by monsoonal climate because of its latitude and longitude. Tropical climate here gives hot summer that is accompanied with high humidity level. But the weather in general in Malaysia is without extremities. Monsoon comes twice a year. One during the summer season and the other during winter. Summer monsoon brings lots of downpour in Malaysia. Winter monsoon does not cause that much rain and is generally dry.

LocationsLatitudeLongitude
Air Hitam01°55'N103°11'E
Alor Setar06°07'N100°22'E
Ampang03°08'N101°45'E
Aur, Pulau02°35'N104°10'E
Babi Besar, Pulau02°25'N103°59'E
Bacuk06°04'N102°25'E
Bagan Datoh03°59'N100°47'E
Bagan Serai05°01'N100°32'E
Baling05°41'N100°55'E
Bandar Maharani/Muar02°03'N102°34'E
Bandar Penggaram/Batu Pahat01°50'N102°56'E
Bandar Sri Aman01°15'N111°32'E
Banggi07°17'N117°12'E
Batu Caves03°15'N101°40'E
Batu Gajah04°28'N101°03'E
Batu Pahat01°50'N102°56'E
Bau01°25'N110°09'E
Beaufort05°30'N115°40'E
Bekok02°20'N103°07'E
Beluran49°50'N86°50'E
Bentung03°31'N101°55'E
Betung01°24'N111°31'E
Bidor04°06'N101°15'E
Binatang/Bintangor02°10'N111°40'E
Bintangoe02°10'N111°40'E
Bintulu03°10'N113°00'E
Brassey, Banjaran05°00'N117°15'E
Bruas04°30'N100°47'E
Bukit Mertajam05°22'N100°28'E
Butterworth05°24'N100°23'E
Cameron Highlands04°27'N101°22'E
Changlun06°25'N100°26'E
Crocker, Banjaran05°40'N116°30'E
Cukai04°13'N103°25'E
Dabung05°23'N102°01'E
Darvel, Teluk/Lahad Datu Telukm04°50'N118°20'E
Dulit, Banjaran03°15'N114°30'E
Dungun04°45'N103°25'E
Gemas02°37'N102°36'E
George Town05°25'N100°20'E
Gerik05°50'N101°15'E
Gua Musang04°53'N101°58'E
Guntong04°36'N101°03'E
Gurun05°49'N100°27'E
Hose, Gunung-Gunung02°05'N114°06'E
Ipoh04°35'N101°05'E
Iran, Gunung-Gunung02°20'N114°50'E
Iran Ra./Iran, Gunung-Gunung02°20'N114°50'E
Jasin02°20'N102°26'E
Jemaluang02°16'N103°52'E
Jembongan06°45'N117°20'E
Jerantut18°40'N74°10'W
Jesselton/Kota Kinabalu06°00'N116°04'E
Jinjan03°13'N101°39'E
Jitra06°16'N100°25'E
Johor Baharu01°28'N103°46'E
Kahang02°12'N103°32'E
Kajang02°59'N101°48'E
Kampar04°18'N101°09'E
Kampung Air Putih04°15'N103°10'E
Kampung Jerangau04°50'N103°10'E
Kampung Raja05°45'N102°35'E
Kangar06°27'N100°12'E
Kanowit02°14'N112°20'E
Kapit02°00'N112°55'E
Kapuas Hulu, Pegunungan01°30'N113°30'E
Kapuas Hulu Ra./Kapuas Hulu, Pegunungan01°30'N113°30'E
Karak03°25'N102°02'E
Kelang03°02'N101°26'E
Kelantan06°13'N102°14'E
Ketuang02°03'N103°18'E
Kemaman04°12'N103°18'E
Kemasik04°25'N103°27'E
Keroh05°43'N101°01'E
Kinabalu, Gunong06°03'N116°14'E
Korbu, G.04°41'N101°18'E
Kota Baharu06°07'N102°14'E
Kota Belud06°21'N116°26'E
Kota Kinabalu06°00'N116°04'E
Kota Kubu Baharu03°34'N101°39'E
Kota Tinggi01°44'N103°53'E
Kuala Belait04°35'N114°11'E
Kuala Berang05°05'N103°01'E
Kuala Dungun/Dungun04°45'N103°25'E
Kuala Kangsar04°46'N100°56'E
Kuala Kelawang02°56'N102°05'E
Kuala Kerai05°30'N102°12'E
Kuala Lipis04°10'N102°03'E
Kuala Lumpur03°09'N101°41'E
Kuala Nerang06°16'N100°37'E
Kuala Pilah02°45'N102°15'E
Kuala Rompin02°49'N103°29'E
Kuala Selangor03°20'N101°15'E
Kuala Sepetang04°49'N100°28'E
Kuala Terengganu05°20'N103°08'E
Kuantan03°49'N103°20'E
Kuching01°33'N110°25'E
Kucing/Kuching01°33'N110°25'E
Kudat06°55'N116°55'E
Kukup01°20'N103°27'E
Kulai01°44'N103°35'E
Kulim05°22'N100°34'E
Labis02°22'N103°02'E
Labuan05°20'N115°14'E
Labuan, Pulau05°21'N115°13'E
Labuk, Telok06°10'N117°50'E
Lahad Datu05°00'N118°20'E
Lahad Datu, Teluk04°50'N118°20'E
Langkawi, Pulau06°25'N99°45'E
Langkon06°30'N116°40'E
Lawas04°55'N115°25'E
Lenggong05°06'N100°58'E
Lumut04°13'N100°37'E
Lundu01°40'N109°50'E
Maran03°35'N102°45'E
Marang05°12'N103°13'E
Marudi04°11'N114°19'E
Melaka02°15'N102°15'E
Melalap05°10'N116°05'E
Mentakab03°29'N102°21'E
Mersing02°25'N103°50'E
Miri04°23'N113°59'E
Muar02°03'N102°34'E
Mukah02°55'N112°05'E
Nenasi03°09'N103°23'E
Niah03°58'N113°46'E
Oya02°55'N111°55'E
Padang Endau02°40'N103°38'E
Pahang03°30'N103°9'E
Papar05°45'N116°0'E
Pasir Mas06°02'N102°08'E
Pasir Putih05°50'N102°24'E
Pekan03°30'N103°25'E
Pelabuan Kelang03°0'N101°23'E
Pemanggil Pulau02°37'N104°21'E
Penang/Pinang05°25'N100°15'E
Peninsular Malaysia04°0'N102°0'E
Perak04°0'N100°50'E
Pergau05°23'N102°02'E
Perhentian Kepulauan05°24'N102°42'E
Petaling Jaya03°04'N101°42'E
Pinang05°25'S100°15'E
Pontian Kecil01°29'N103°23'E
Port Dickson02°30'N101°49'E
Port Kelang/ Pelabuhan, Kelang03°0'N101°23'E
Port Weld/Kuala Sepetang45°06'N22°18'E
Rajang02°30'N112°0'E
Ranau06°02'N116°40'E
Raub03°47'N101°52'E
Rawang03°20'N101°35'E
Redang05°49'N103°02'E
Sabah6°0'N1187°0'E
Sandakan5°53'N118°4'E
Sarawak2°0'N113°0'E
Sarikei2°8'N111°30'E
Sebuku Teluk4°0'N118°10'E
Segamat2°30'N102°50'E
Selama5°12'N100°42'E
Semporna4°30'N118°33'E
Serian1°10'N110°31'E
Tahan, Gunong4°34'N102°17'E
Tawau4°20'N117°55'E
Tenom5°4'N115°57'E
Tinggi Pulau2°18'N104°7'E
Tumpat6°11'N102°10'E
Victoria/Labuan5°20'N115°14'E
Yong Peng2°0'N103°3'E
Last Updated on: November 18th, 2017
Sours: https://www.mapsofworld.com/lat_long/malaysia-lat-long.html

Malaysia

Malaysia is a country in Southeastern Asia at latitude 4°12′14.40″ North, longitude 109°10′15.60″ East.

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Welcome

Hello and welcome to the Malaysia mapping project!

New to OpenStreetMap? You may find that the Beginners' Guide is useful as a stepping stone to further get involved in OpenStreetMap.

Questions? Discussions? You are invited to join the official OpenStreetMap community forum. The Malaysian community forum is also there, so feel free to post anything related (not spam though). In addition, OpenStreetMap Q&A based help forum is another channel to get a fast response. There exists a Telegram group for informal public chat/discussion on mapping/using OpenStreetMaps for Malaysia.

This page roughly gives some hint about the specific ways to tag a lot of stuff in the Malaysian context. To maintain the map quality over Malaysia with respect to the rest of the world, there should be some sort of convention. Any constructive feedback is really appreciated, do speak your mind in the Malaysian community forum!

Conventions

These pages describe the conventions to tag Malaysian highways, waterways, names, etc.

How to map a place name? Easy. Just describe the place, as shown on erected signs! Not sure what the name is? Leave it blank - no need to make up for it! The description of the points themselves will do their work!

Data Sources

For more details on this topic, see and .

As a kind reminder, besides your knowledge, these are the other sources that can be used to put data into OpenStreetMap.

Permitted data sources

Please make full use of anything that comes with the editor. It doesn't hurt to read more about these, in fact, it may help you save a lot of time in the future.

Forbidden data sources

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   DO NOT    copy from these sources - even names of things! This can lead to troubles like this. Anything that says something like "copyright reserved" is definitely not OK.


We can use satellite imagery provided by Bing, but please do notcopy map data (such as name of roads and places) from Bing Maps!

Routable Maps of Malaysia

Some (third-party) apps do offer offline routing for Malaysia. For example: MAPS.ME and OsmAnd apps which is available for both Android and iOS platforms.

Those who fancy online maps might want to check out Open Source Routing Machine; (wiki) which updates every 12 hours, Mapcat (wiki) or even Mapquest (wiki).

For Garmin devices, options such as Lambertus's routable maps for Garmin devices is a thing. Osm2mp converts OpenStreetMap data into Polish map format (MP). mkgmap (Mkgmap wiki) converts OpenStreetMap data into Garmin img map (IMG). Read more about OSM Map On Garmin.

Kaart Groundwork & Editing

Kaart conducts ground surveys for improvements to OSM data. A list of editors can be found on the Kaart wiki page.

  • Mapillary imagery from the Malaysia drives can be viewed here.

Malaysia (January, 2020)

Regions

The regions mapped included Kuala Lumpur, George Town, and Johor Bahru.

Ground Focus
  • The primary focus for ground surveys is adding street names, missing geometry, and one-ways.
Post Processing
  • After the ground survey has been conducted, our office team focuses on reviewing the footage gathered and updating street names by integrating the current data and physical road signs.
  • The team adds turn restrictions, barriers, pedestrian crossings, ref tags, surfaces to roads, lanes, classifications, destination tags, and additional missing geometry.
  • After incorporating the available data from the ground survey and processing the footage we will compile suggested edits for the region.

The ground survey of Malaysia was conducted by Kaart Team members Soccersweeper, ImjusBuddy, Velocimaptor, CoolGuyJake, Cinderblock, Dalekokarta, rallynukab and Corban8.

[1]Tracks driven during Kaart's ground survey in Kuala Lumpur. Imagery provided by Bing.
[2]Tracks driven during Kaart's ground survey in George Town. Imagery provided by Bing.
[3]Tracks driven during Kaart's ground survey in Johor Bahru. Imagery provided by Bing.

Resources and external links

Wikipedia

Malaysian OSM-related communities

OSM related links

Recommended readings

The followings are recommended readings for everyone

Other crowdsource mapping communities in Malaysia

  • Malfreemaps - Malaysia and Singapore free [Garmin] maps project
  • Malsingmaps - [Garmin] GPS Portal of Malaysia and Singapore

References

Sours: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Malaysia
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List of extreme points of Malaysia

Extreme points of Malaysia marked on the map of Malaysia

The extreme points of Malaysia include the coordinates that are further north, south, east or west than any other location in Malaysia; and the highest and the lowest altitudes in the country.

The latitude and longitude are expressed in decimal degree notation, in which a positive latitude value refers to the northern hemisphere, and a negative value refers to the southern hemisphere. Similarly, a positive longitude value refers to the eastern hemisphere, and a negative value refers to the western hemisphere. The coordinates used in this article are sourced from Google Earth, which makes use of the WGS84 geodetic reference system. Additionally, a negative altitude value refers to land below sea level.

Extreme points[edit]

Overall[edit]

Peninsular Malaysia[edit]

The following are the extreme physical land mass points on the Malaysian peninsula inclusive of islands.

East Malaysia[edit]

The following are the extreme physical land mass points in East Malaysia inclusive of islands.

Extreme altitudes[edit]

Notes[edit]

^† Coordinates obtained from Google Earth. Google Earth makes use of the WGS84 geodetic reference system.

References[edit]

See also[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_extreme_points_of_Malaysia
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GPS coordinates of Malaysia

Latitude and longitude of Malaysia

  • Malaisie (FR)
  • Malaysia (DE)
  • Malasia (ES)

Satellite map of Malaysia

Malaysia (/məˈleɪʒə/mə-LAY-zhə or /məˈleɪsiə/mə-LAY-see-ə) (Malaysian pronunciation: [məlejsiə]) is a federal constitutional monarchy located in Southeast Asia. It consists of thirteen states and three federal territories and has a total landmass of 329,847 square kilometres (127,350 sq mi) separated by the South China Sea into two similarly sized regions, Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia (Malaysian Borneo). Peninsular Malaysia shares a land and maritime border with Thailand and maritime borders with Singapore, Vietnam, and Indonesia. East Malaysia shares land and maritime borders with Brunei and Indonesia and a maritime border with the Philippines. The capital city is Kuala Lumpur, while Putrajaya is the seat of the federal government. By 2015, with a population of over 30 million, Malaysia became the 43rd most populous country in the world. The southernmost point of continental Eurasia, Tanjung Piai, is in Malaysia, located in the tropics.

Read about Malaysia in the Wikipedia

Latitude: 4° 08' 26.28" N
Longitude: 109° 37' 5.33" E

Population: 28,274,729

Capital: Kuala Lumpur

Country ISO codes: MY / MYS / 458

Oficial languages:
English (en), Malayalam (ml), Malay (ms), Panjabi; Punjabi (pa), Tamil (ta), Telugu (te), Thai (th), Chinese (zh)

Oficial coin(s): Ringgit (MYR)

Neighbour countries:
Brunei Darussalam ( BN ), Indonesia ( ID ), Thailand ( TH )

Sours: https://latitude.to/map/my/malaysia

Malaysia latitude of

Kuala Lumpur Summary

Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia (see coordinates for Malaysia) and is located 166.8 Km N of Dumai, Indonesia; 300.9 Km SSE of Betong, Thailand and 1400.2 Km W of Kuala Belait, Brunei.

Kuala Lumpur is the 2nd most populated city in Malaysia. Kota Bharu (see coordinates for Kota Bharu) located 337.6 Km N of Kuala Lumpur, is the most populated and Klang 28.8 Km away WSW is the 3rd most populated.

Airport near 3°8'20.41"N and 101°41'12.68"E:

Kuala Lumpur points of interest:

  • 0.5 Km NNE Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 0.7 Km NNE Butterfly Park, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 1.3 Km NNW National Monument, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 1.4 Km NE Merdeka Square, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 1.5 Km NW Malaysian Houses of Parliament, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 1.6 Km NNE Bank Negara Money Museum, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 3.5 Km ENE Rumah Penghulu Abu Seman, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 3.7 Km ENE Karyaneka Handicraft Center, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Need to calculate the distance between Kuala Lumpur and nearby cities? See Kuala Lumpur to nearby cities.

Now that you know the location, you might also be interested in knowing the land elevation or altitude, for details see elevation for Kuala Lumpur.

Sours: https://www.distancesto.com/coordinates/my/kuala-lumpur-latitude-longitude/history/992.html
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Kuala Lumpur Geographic coordinates

Kuala Lumpur is located at latitude 3.1412 and longitude 101.68653. It is part of Asia and the northern hemisphere.

Decimal coordinates

Simple standard

3.1412, 101.68653

DD Coodinates

Decimal Degrees

3.1412° N 101.6865° E

DMS Coordinates

Degrees, Minutes and Seconds

3°8'28.3'' N 101°41.192' E

The geographic coordinate system enables any place in the world to be located using its latitude and longitude. The latitude is the position relative to the equator, specifying the north-south position. The longitude specifies the east-west position measured from a reference meridian (usually the Greenwich Prime Meridian). The latitude and longitude of Kuala Lumpur have been calculated based on the geodetic datum WGS84.

Map of Kuala Lumpur with coordinates

Latitude and longitude of Malaysia

There are many systems and formats to represent geographic coordinates. The following table matches the equivalence between the most common formats:

SystemLatitudeLongitude
Simple decimal standard3.1412101.68653
Decimal Degrees (DD)3.1412° N 101.6865° E
Degrees and Decimal Minutes (DDM)3°8.472' N 101°41.192' E
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds (DMS)3°8'28.3'' N 101°41'11.5'' E

Cities at the same latitude as Kuala Lumpur

CityCoordinates
Cali, Colombia3.43722, -76.5225
Medan, Indonesia3.58333, 98.66667
Buenaventura, Colombia3.8801, -77.03116
Kampung Baru Subang, Malaysia3.15, 101.53333
Palmira, Colombia3.53944, -76.30361

Cities at the same longitude as Kuala Lumpur

CityCoordinates
Bratsk, Russia56.1325, 101.61417
Xining, China36.62554, 101.75739
Pekanbaru, Indonesia0.51667, 101.44167
Dadukou, China26.5479, 101.70539
Ipoh, Malaysia4.5841, 101.0829
Sours: https://www.geodatos.net/en/coordinates/malaysia/kuala-lumpur

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