Our Malay translation team consists of
While Malay is technically a group of separate languages, they are close enough that they offer mutual intelligibility. Categorized under the name Local Malay, they are essentially part of a larger group called Malayan within the Malayo-Polynesian branch of the Austronesian language family. Various forms of Malay are spoken in Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore, southern Thailand, Myanmar, Cocos Island, Christmas Island, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia. The Indonesian language is one form of Malay. Malay serves as an official language in Brunei, Malaysia, and Singapore. The national language of Indonesia is Indonesian (a.k.a. Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Kebangsaan, and Bahasa Persatuan/Pemersatu), which is also used in East Timor due to more than 20 years of Indonesian occupation. Malaysia’s language is now officially known as Bahasa Malaysia and constitutionally as Bahasa Melayu. Singapore, Brunei and southern Thailand also refer to their language as Bahasa Melayu (Malay language). Malay is normally written using a Latin alphabet called Rumi, although a modified Arabic script called Jawi also exists. Rumi is official in Malaysia and Singapore, and Indonesian has a different official orthography also using the Latin script. Rumi and Jawi are co-official in Brunei.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Ayutthaya (TH), Bandar Seri Begawan (BN), Bandung (ID), Bangkok (TH), Batu (ID), Bogor (ID), Chiang Mai (TH), Denpasar (ID), Flying Fish Cove (CX), George Town (MY), Hat Yai (TH), Ipoh (MY), Jakarta (ID), Johor Bahru (MY), Kanchanburi (TH), Klang (MY), Kota Kinabalu (MY), Kuala Lumpur (MY), Kuala Terengganu (MY), Kuching (MY), Malacca Town (MY), Malang (ID), Medan (ID), Neipyijto (MM), Nonthaburi (TH), Padang (ID), Pathum Thani (TH), Pontianak (ID), Semarang (ID), Sembawang (SG), Sengkang (SG), Shah Alam (MY), Singapore (SG), West Island (CC), Woodlands (SG),