1. Farewell Penang! Going off to another state with @malaysiaairlines I don’t know about you guys, but I’ll always be in support of MAS. Since my childhood days, MAS has been my family’s chosen airline to bring us to places; near or far. ✈️

    Follow us on Instagram (@madebymalaysians) to get a teensy-bit more personal with us as we share our Malaysian story. We were in Penang just now, and now off to another Malaysian state! 😉

  3. TERBANG, A Malaysian Story by Malaysian Airlines

    "Terus cekal dan terbang tinggi di langit."

  4. A beautiful advert by Petronas of two young time-travellers who journeys through Malaysia’s most historic moments in a span of 57 years. By remembering the past while we strive for a greater tomorrow. Selamat Hari Merdeka yang ke-57, Malaysians!

  5. Selamat Hari Merdeka yg ke-57! 

  6. Google’s 57th Merdeka Doodle!


  7. Merdeka Special 2014 - Favourite Malaysian Quotes

    It’s that special time of year again - Hari Merdeka! The big 57. Here are some of our favourite quotes by a few of many awesome Malaysians. Through these quotes, I’d like to introduce you to the Malaysians behind them and how all of us should be inspired by them. Click on the link above to check em’

  8. "Let us all as one be reminded that all Malaysians would live together as members of one big family."
    - Founding Father of Malaysia/First Prime Minister, YTM Tunku Abdul Rahman

  9. Hari Berkabung (National Mourning Day for MH17’s Victims) - 22nd August 2014

    Selamat Pulang ke tanah air, Malaysians. Welcome home. 

    "How do you mourn the death of a stranger? How do you say goodbye when you’ve never said hello? That’s a question that will play on the minds of millions of Malaysians today."
    - Frankie D’Cruz’s article titled ‘They’re Coming Home, No Words to Say Farewell,’ published by the Malay Mail

    Photos taken by Fandy Azlan.

  10. Hari Berkabung (National Mourning Day for MH17’s Victims) - 22nd August 2014

    My Merdeka Wish

    By Ruzaimi Ramli

    Let’s take a step back, and let us reflect on what happened to Malaysia in the last few months. We had been tested with two tragedies that, I hate to admit this, unite us.

    We acted, we talked, we wept, we cried, we stood strong as a unit. As Malaysians.

    As a nation we should be united all the time, not only when we are hit by tragedies.

    That is my wish for this years’s Merdeka. A wish that most of us would share without any hesitations, like how we shared our sadness yesterday.

    I pray that one day, all of us will share success and happiness together too.