Converter Malaysian ringgit

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Exchange rate of Malaysian ringgit , currency of Malaysia

MYR/currency Converter
1 MYR = 15.6456 INR
1 MYR = 20.0923 BDT
1 MYR = 3253.1048 IDR
1 MYR = 12.2296 PHP
1 MYR = 25.3733 PKR
1 MYR = 7.9072 THB
1 MYR = 25.0356 NPR
1 MYR = 26.9726 JPY
1 MYR = 0.2406 USD
1 MYR = 0.3264 SGD
1 MYR = 1.5949 CNY
1 MYR = 36.9956 LKR
1 MYR = 0.3181 AUD
1 MYR = 0.9025 SAR
1 MYR = 5465.7074 VND
1 MYR = 1.8795 HKD
1 MYR = 263.2645 KRW
1 MYR = 7.2367 TWD
1 MYR = 86.6526 NGN
1 MYR = 326.8677 MMK
1 MYR = 0.1821 GBP
1 MYR = 0.2041 EUR
1 MYR = 280.8919 IQD
1 MYR = 0.0000 BTC
1 MYR = 3.3642 ZAR
1 MYR = 0.3261 BND
1 MYR = 8353.4874 IRR
1 MYR = 0.8839 AED
1 MYR = 0.3073 CAD
1 MYR = 8.1939 MUR
1 MYR = 969.7740 KHR
1 MYR = 0.0927 OMR
1 MYR = 0.9331 TRY
1 MYR = 1.0877 GHS
1 MYR = 15.6492 BTN
1 MYR = 3.6999 MVR
1 MYR = 24.9588 KES
1 MYR = 16.5369 AFN

Use of the converter

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Currency Of Malaysia

The ringgit of Malaysia

«Ringgit» means «lacy» and refers to the pieces of Spanish coins that circulated in the region during Spanish colonization. 1 ringgit is divided into 100 sen.

Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj ibni Almarhum Sultan Abdul Hamid Halim Shah, more commonly known as «Tunku», was the first prime minister, and up until now the most important one, from 1957 to 1970. This is why Malaysia honors him on the front of all banknotes of the country, where he is features in traditional dress.

On the back, Malaysia presents its economic and technological pride: oil rigs on the 50-ringgit note, the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur on the 5-ringgit note, and even its train, its airline, and its commercial boats on the 10-ringgit note. Despite a very deeply-rooted ancestrally traditional culture, Malaysia doesn’t have many ancient or ruined monuments like in Thailand or Indonesia, so they had to create them themselves.