Asyik FM

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Asyik FM
Asyik FM Logo.PNG
City Kuala Lumpur
Broadcast area West Malaysia
Slogan Moi Num Moi
Frequency Varies depending on its region
Format Talk, contemporary hit radio
Language(s) Aslian, Malay
Owner Radio Televisyen Malaysia
Sister stations Bintulu FM, Johor FM, IKIM.fm, Kedah FM, Kelantan FM, Keningau FM, KL FM, Labuan FM, Langkawi FM, Limbang FM, Malacca FM, Miri FM, Mutiara FM, Negeri FM, Pahang FM, Perak FM, Perlis FM, RaSa FM, Red FM, Sabah FM, Sabah Vfm, Sandakan FM, Sarawak FM, Selangor FM, Sibu FM, Tawau FM, Terengganu FM, UFM and Wai FM
Website asyikfm.rtm.gov.my

Asyik FM is an Orang Asli radio channel operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia. On 1 January 2007, Asyik FM broadcast from 8 am to 10 pm, but as of 31 August 2011, it now broadcasts from 8:00am to 11:00pm.

Etymology[edit]

The station is formerly known as Radio 7 and Radio Malaysia Channel 7.

Frequencies[edit]

  • 91.1 MHz from Kuala Lumpur Tower covers Klang Valley (Kuala Lumpur)
  • 102.5 MHz from Gunung Ulu Kali covers Selangor, Putrajaya, West Pahang (Bentong, Temerloh, Raub, Jerantut, Bera, Kuala Lipis, Jerantut, Jengka, Maran, and Merapoh), South Perak (Tapah, Bidor, Sungkai, Trolak, Slim River, Tanjung Malim, parts of Hilir Perak/Manjung), Negeri Sembilan (Nilai, Mantin, Simpang Durian, parts of Seremban/Kuala Pilah/Rembau/Port Dickson/Jelebu/Jempol) and parts of North Malacca (Masjid Tanah and Lubuk Cina)
  • 105.1 MHz from Gunung Brinchang covers Cameron Highlands
  • 95.6 MHz from Gunung Ledang covers Johor (Segamat, Kluang, Batu Pahat, Muar, Ledang, parts of Johor Bahru (exclude Johor Bahru (city) and Singapore)/Kulai/Kota Tinggi/Pontian), parts of Malacca (Jasin, Merlimau, Bemban, Nyalas, Asahan, Batang Melaka and parts of Melaka City), Southern parts of Negeri Sembilan (Gemencheh, Gemas, Ayer Kurning Selatan and Rompin) and Southwest Pahang (Bandar Muadzam Shah and Bandar Tun Abdul Razak/Keratong)
  • 97.3 MHz from Bukit Ladang Teh covers Lenggong and parts of Gerik, Perak
  • 99.9 MHz from Bukit Botak covers Damak and Jerantut
  • SW 6050 kHz (Nationwide, transmitted from RTM Kajang)

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