The Malaysia Ringgit (plural: Ringgit; currency code RM) is the official currency of Malaysia.

One (1) Ringgit (RM) can divided into 100 sen (cents). The biggest currency note amount is one hundred (100) Ringgit and the smallest coin amount is five (5) cents.

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Coins frequently used: sen5, sen10, sen20, sen50;
Banknotes frequently used: RM1, RM5, RM10, RM20, RM50, RM100


Currency Exchange Counters at Malaysia Airport KLIA2

CIMB Bank Currency Exchange counter at KLIA2
CIMB Bank currency exchange counter
AmBank Currency Exchange counter at KLIA2
AmBank currency exchange counter
Bank Islam Currency Exchange counter, KLIA2
Bank Islam currency exchange counter
MayBank Currency Exchange counter, KLIA2
MayBank currency exchange counter
RHB Bank Currency Exchange counter, KLIA2
RHB Bank currency exchange counter
AmBank Currency Exchange counter, KLIA2
AmBank currency exchange counter

Samples of Malaysia Currency Notes

One Malaysia Ringgit (RM1)
One Malaysia Ringgit (RM1.00)
Five Malaysia Ringgit (RM5)
Five Malaysia Ringgit (RM5.00)
Ten Malaysia Ringgit (RM10)
Ten Malaysia Ringgit (RM10.00)
Twenty Malaysia Ringgit (RM20)
Twenty Malaysia Ringgit (RM20.00)
Fifty Malaysia Ringgit (RM50)
Fifty Malaysia Ringgit (RM50.00)
One Hundred Malaysia Ringgit (RM100)
One Hundred Malaysia Ringgit (RM100.00)

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Exchange Rates from the Interbank

The Bank Negara publishes the exchange rates from the Interbank Foreign Exchange Market in Kuala Lumpur. The official rates published by Bank Negara Malaysia can be viewed on its website, www.bnm.gov.my.

Bank Negara official website to check Exchange rates
Bank Negara official website to check Exchange rates

You can also view the exchange rates published by Public Bank.


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