Here you will find links with information about the Malaysian language and sites specialised in translating Bahasa Melayu words for free (Bahasa Melayu / Malay to Inggeris). For more information and links also visit our online translation page.
My-language-exchange enables you to exchange your knowledge of your native language with others who will teach you their native language. A simple, but effective solution. This link will bring you to the Malay section of the site.
Travlang offers a quick Malay language guide for travellers. Words and phrases are divided into the following categories: basic words, numbers, shopping/dining, travel, directions, places, time and dates. You can also listen to English and Malay audio files.
Focus on Malaysia is a colorful portal to Malaysia with up to date news, many useful links for travellers and tips for searching the internet. The most interesting part of the site is the link to a free basic course in Bahasa Malayu or the Malay language.
LOGOS enables you to translate words from one language to another. Here you can translate words from Malay to other languages and listen to recorded pronounciations. Just type a word and click on one of the results for translating to other languages. They also offer a handy translation toolbar.
Majstro offers online translation of words to and from various languages. With their Malay Dictionary (kamus) you can translate single Bahasa Melayu words. Pick the to and from languages, enter a word and scroll down for the translator results. This site also offers various other language tools, like excersises, wordgames and anagrams (not for all languages).
The Institute of The Malay World and Civilization (ATMA) in Selangor is an academic research institute, providing Malay proficiency training to potential researchers and (foreign) students. They offer an intensive 8 week course (20 hours a week)focusing on the Malay language, communication skills and the Malay culture.