Malaysian (or بهاس مليسيا, Bahasa Malaysia, pronounced [baˈhasə malajˈsiə]) is the official language of Malaysia and the Malacca dialect of the major language Malay. The Malaysian language is normally written using a Latin alphabet called Rumi, though an Arabic alphabet called Jawi also exists. It’s largely believed that the Malay homeland is western Borneo, although the oldest inscriptions known in Malay, Kedukan Bukit Inscription, dating from the end of the 7th century AD, were found on the banks of the River Tatang, South Sumatra.
Writing system: Latin (Rumi), Arabic (Jawi)
Official language in: Malaysia