Malaysia Postal Code



Malaysia Postal Code


In Malaysia, postal codes, often referred to as postcodes (Malay: poskod), are five-digit numeric numbers.
The postcode's first two numbers indicate the state or federal jurisdiction (e.g. 42000 Port Klang, Selangor). Postcode area boundaries, on the other hand, may straddle state borders. since locations adjacent to state borders may be serviced by post offices situated in another state. and so use the assigned post offices' postcodes.



Postal Code History in Malaysia
M. Rajasingam, who served as director-general of Pos Malaysia from 1976 to 1986, developed Malaysia's current postcode system. In 1976, postcodes were assigned to only addresses in Kuala Lumpur. Rajasingam requested the assistance of the French postal authority in order to spread the postcode system across the nation. The postcode system streamlined the postal sorting process by making it simpler for computers to recognize the digits.


Postal Format 
Areas with a two-digit postal code Peninsular Malaysia (defined through the first two postcode digits)
The first two digits of the codes allotted to each state and federal territory are listed below. Each state's capital is listed in brackets.



Federal Territories
Kuala Lumpur uses codes from 50000 to 60000 (Including a few areas such as Cheras, Taman Melawati, Bukit Lanjan, Bandar Sri Damansara, Pandan Indah which are actually in Selangor), and 68100 (Taman Wahyu and Kuala Lumpur Wholesale Market under the Kuala Lumpur jurisdiction)
Putrajaya uses codes from 62300 to 62988
Labuan uses codes from 87xxx to 8703



States
Selangor (Shah Alam) uses codes from 40xxx to 48300, 63xxx to 68100
Terengganu (Kuala Terengganu) uses codes from 20xxx to 24300
Sarawak (Kuching) uses codes from 93xxx to 98859
Sabah (Kota Kinabalu) uses codes from 88xxx to 91309 (Including Layang-Layang Island)
Kedah (Alor Setar) uses codes from 05xxx to 09810
Kelantan (Kota Bharu) uses codes from 15xxx to 18500
Negeri Sembilan (Seremban) uses codes from 70xxx to 73509
Pulau Pinang (George Town) uses codes from 10xxx to 14400
Johor (Johor Bahru) uses codes from 79xxx to 86900
Melaka (Melaka) uses codes from 75xxx to 78309
Perlis (Kangar) uses codes from 01xxxto 02xxx
Perak (Ipoh) uses codes from 30xxx to 36810
Pahang (Kuantan) uses codes from 25xxx to 28800, 390xx to 39200 for Cameron Highlands, 49000 for Fraser's Hill and 69000 for Genting Highlands, 28xxx to 28350 for Temerloh district

What is Malaysia address format?

Residential


Mr. Zack Ahmad
11 Jalan Budi 1
Taman Budiman
42700 Banting
Selangor, Malaysia



Business + Post Office Box&Nbsp;


Ms. Jenny Chan
Coo
Target Insurance Brokers
Level 2, Principal Towers
11 Jalan Sultan Ismail
50250 Kuala Lumpur
P.O. Box 10073
50704 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

What is Malaysia Zipcode Format?
Postal Codes formatting