[Folder] Asean Post (National Costume)
Pos Malaysia special edition stamps, namely ASEAN Post – National Costumes display visual ethnic costumes that are commonly worn by Malaysians who show their vibrant cultural heritage. The national costumes of Malaysia are of the clothes that often dressed in by the Malays in which it has been worn for a long time, these are baju Melayu for male and baju kurung for women.
[Folder] Caves In Malaysia
Malaysia is home to many unique natural wonders including caves.To many,caves are often associated with common pre-historic man's place of shelter.Caves are important in housing minerals,rare organisms and even ancient fossils or paintings.
[Folder] Malaysia Day 2019 (Makanan Kita)
Food Unites Malaysians as one, and shows us how our cultures come together, joyfully and harmoniously, all over the country and in every nook and corner; be it on the sidewalks, the back lanes of shop houses or the night markets, where a mouth-watering array of street food adorns each stall.
[Folder] Wildlife Consevation
The Department of Wildlife and National Parks (PERHILITAN) Peninsular Malaysia is a department under the Ministry of Water, Land and Natural Resources (KATS) responsible for wildlife conservation activities in Peninsular Malaysia and Federal Territory.
Wildlife conservation efforts include ex-situ and in-situ wildlife conservation, enforcement of wildlife-related legislation in combating wildlife crimes, wildlife research and protection of wildlife habitat as well as enhancing knowledge, awareness and community involvement in conservation of wildlife.
[Folder] World Post Day – Pos Silang Series 2
During the 1969 Universal Postal Congress in Tokyo, October 9 was declared World Post Day to commemorate the formaton of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) which took place in 1874.
The second edition of Pos Silang which coincides with World Post Day 2019, Pos Malaysia features the two boxes that are placed in unique locations in Malaysia. The post boxes highlighted in this series are located at Gunung Kinabalu (Sabah) and Tanjung Piai (Johor).