The area of Malaysia is approximately 329,847 km2 which consists of two parts, namely West Malaysia and East Malaysia. The territory of West Malaysia is located on the Malacca Peninsula which consists of eleven states. This region has an appearance including a mountain. The East Malaysia region is located in the north of Borneo Island which consists of two states, namely Sarawak and Sabah. In this region there is also a mountain, Mount Kinabalu.
The population distribution in West Malaysia is more congested compared to East Malaysia. The West Malaysian population consists of Malays, Chinese, Indians and Asians. The population in East Malaysia consists of Iban (coastal Dayaks) and Kadzan people.
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Singapore region consists of several islands. Most of the area is in the form of flat lowlands. The western region is in the form of hills, such as Bukit Timah, Bukit Gombak, and Bukit Mandai. Singapore only has a small number of mining goods so that to meet the raw material of the industry, it must import from other countries. The highest point in Singapore is Bukit Timah Hill with a height of 166 meters above sea level. Singapore makes a lot of new terrain by doing land reclamation. This was done to accommodate the growing population.
Singapore's economic activity is largely in trade, industry, and services. Singapore ports are the largest ports in Southeast Asia. This is due to its location in the world trade lane and the availability of the available facilities.
Brunei Darussalam has an area of around 5,765 km2. Its natural appearance is in the form of hills in the eastern region. Lowlands and swamps are in the western region. The highest stroke is Mount Pagon which has a height of 1,850 above sea level.
The economic situation of the people of Brunei Darussalam is generally in the fields of mining, agriculture, plantations and tourism. Brunei Darussalam is an exporter of petroleum, natural gas, rubber and pepper. This country imports industrial goods such as cars, machinery, textiles, and foodstuffs from other countries. In the field of tourism, Brunei Darussalam develops cultural tourism and city on the water.