What is the population of Malaysia 2021?

32.7 million
Malaysia’s population in 2021 is estimated at 32.7 million as compared to 32.6 million in 2020 with an annual growth rate of 0.2 per cent. The declined in the percentage of population growth rate was due to the lower number of Non-citizens from 3.0 million (2020) to 2.7 million (2021) .

What is the population of Ipoh?

The current metro area population of Ipoh in 2022 is 842,000, a 1.69% increase from 2021. The metro area population of Ipoh in 2021 was 828,000, a 1.72% increase from 2020. The metro area population of Ipoh in 2020 was 814,000, a 1.75% increase from 2019.

What is the population of Batu Pahat?


Name Status Population Census 2020-07-07
Batu Pahat District 495,338
Batu Pahat 495,338 Population [2020] – Census 1,878 km² Area 263.8/km² Population Density [2020] 2.1% Annual Population Change [2010 → 2020]
Malaysia Federation 32,447,385

How old is Malaysian country?

So how old is Malaysia turning this year? The obvious answer is our country is turning 52 ― the federation of Malaysia was formed on September 16, 1963.

What is the population of Penang island?

With an area of 295 km2 (114 sq mi), Penang Island is the fourth-largest island wholly in Malaysia, after Banggi Island, Bruit Island and Langkawi Island. It is also the most populated island in the country with an estimated population of 678,000. The island is connected with the mainland by the Penang Bridge.

What is the population of Miri?

Miri is the second largest city in Sarawak, with a population of 300,543 as of 2020. The city is also the capital of Miri District of the Miri Division.

What is the population of Selangor 2021?

about 6.56 million
As of the second quarter of 2021, the population of Selangor stood at about 6.56 million. Selangor is Malaysia’s most populous state, as well as the state with the largest economy in terms of gross domestic product.

Is Indonesia richer than Malaysia?

It depends on what is meant by ‘wealthier’. Are we talking about the size of the economy, or the GDP per capita? If it’s the size of the economy, of course the Indonesian economy is significantly larger, however in terms of average personal income, the Malaysians come way out on top.