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List of twin towns and sister cities in Malaysia

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The following is a list of twin towns and sister cities of towns and cities in Malaysia

Contents

  • 1 Johor
    • 11 Johor Bahru
  • 2 Kedah
    • 21 Langkawi
  • 3 Kelantan
    • 31 Kota Bharu
  • 4 Klang Valley Selangor and Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
    • 41 Kuala Lumpur
    • 42 Petaling Jaya
    • 43 Shah Alam
    • 44 Klang
  • 5 Labuan
    • 51 Victoria, Labuan Bandar Labuan
  • 6 Malacca
    • 61 Malacca City
  • 7 Negeri Sembilan
    • 71 Seremban
  • 8 Pahang
    • 81 Kuantan
  • 9 Penang
    • 91 George Town
    • 92 Seberang Perai
  • 10 Perak
    • 101 Ipoh
    • 102 Teluk Intan
  • 11 Sabah
    • 111 Kota Kinabalu
    • 112 Sandakan
    • 113 Tawau
  • 12 Sarawak
    • 121 Kuching
    • 122 Miri
    • 123 Sibu
    • 124 Uma Bawang
  • 13 Terengganu
    • 131 Kuala Terengganu
  • 14 References

Johoredit

Johor Bahruedit

Changzhou, China1 Shantou, China23 Shenzhen, China4 Kuching, Malaysia5 Cotabato City, Philippines6 Istanbul, Turkey78

Kedahedit

Langkawiedit

Kish Island, Iran9

Kelantanedit

Kota Bharuedit

Kasaoka, Japan10

Klang Valley Selangor and Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpuredit

Kuala Lumpuredit

Chennai, India11 Isfahan, Iran12 Mashhad, Iran13 Shiraz, Iran14 Osaka, Japan15 Malacca City, Malaysia16 Karachi, Pakistan17 Ankara, Turkey818 Dubai, United Arab Emirates19

Petaling Jayaedit

Guangzhou, China2021 Bandung, Indonesia2021 Miyoshi, Japan2021 Asan, South Korea20

Shah Alamedit

Surabaya, Indonesia22 Hanam, South Korea23

Klangedit

Ürümqi, China24 Yongzhou, China25

Labuanedit

Victoria, Labuan Bandar Labuanedit

Xianning, China26

Malaccaedit

Malacca Cityedit

Valparaíso, Chile27 Changsha, China25 Guangdong, China28 Haikou, China29 Nanjing, China3031 Kota Tua, Jakarta, Indonesia3233 Kirishima, Japan34 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia16 Hoorn, Netherlands163536 Vigan, Philippines37 Lisbon, Portugal16353839

Negeri Sembilanedit

Serembanedit

Bukittinggi, Indonesia40

Pahangedit

Kuantanedit

Qinzhou, China41

Penangedit

Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan4243

George Townedit

Adelaide, Australia4445 Xiamen, China4446 Xi'an, China47 Medan, Indonesia4448 Taipei, Taiwan49 Bangkok, Thailand50 Phuket, Thailand51

Seberang Peraiedit

Fremantle, Australia5253

Perakedit

Ipohedit

Nanning, China54 Fukuoka, Japan55

Teluk Intanedit

Muar, Johor, Malaysiacitation needed

Sabahedit

Kota Kinabaluedit

Rockingham, Australia56 Hangzhou, China57 Heyuan, China58 Jiangmen, China59 Wuhan, China60 Zhangjiagang, China61 Aomori, Japan Puerto Princesa, Philippines Vladivostok, Russia62 Yeosu, South Korea59 Yongin, South Korea63 Taipei, Taiwan64 Taoyuan, Taiwan6465 Ratchaburi Province, Thailand61 Portland, United States66 Nha Trang, Vietnam

Sandakanedit

Burwood, Australia67 Zamboanga, Philippines68

Tawauedit

Zhangping, China69 Pare-Pare, Indonesia70

Sarawakedit

Kuchingedit

Dali, China71 Kunming, China72 Xiamen, China73 Zhenjiang, China74 Pontianak, Indonesia5 Johor Bahru, Malaysia5 Jeddah, Saudi Arabia5 Guro District, Seoul, South Korea75

Miriedit

Guangning County, China76 Hualien County, Taiwan7778

Sibuedit

Bozhou, China79 Fuqing, China8081 Fuzhou, China82 Guangning County, China83 Gulou District, Fuzhou, China8081 Gutian County, China84 Jintang County, China85 Minqing County, China86 Nanping, China87 Ningde, China88 Pingnan County, China8081 Putian, China88 Puyang County, China89 Qinghe County, Hebei, China90 Wuyishan, Fujian, China91

Uma Bawangedit

Berkeley, United States9293

Terengganuedit

Kuala Terengganuedit

Makassar, Indonesia9495

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