List of twin towns and sister cities in Malaysia

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The following is a list of twin towns and sister cities of towns and cities in Malaysia.

Johor[edit]

Johor Bahru[edit]

Shantou, China[1][2]
Shenzhen, China[3]
Kuching, Malaysia[4]
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia[4]
Singapore[5]
Istanbul, Turkey[6][7]

Kedah[edit]

Langkawi[edit]

Kish Island, Iran[8]

Kelantan[edit]

Kota Bharu[edit]

Kasaoka, Japan[9]

Klang Valley (Selangor and Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur)[edit]

Kuala Lumpur[edit]

Chennai, India[10]
Delhi, India[citation needed]
Isfahan, Iran[11]
Mashhad, Iran[12]
Shiraz, Iran[13]
Osaka, Japan[14]
Malacca City, Malaysia[15]
Casablanca, Morocco[citation needed]
Pyongyang, North Korea[citation needed]
Karachi, Pakistan[16]
Ankara, Turkey[7][17]
Dubai, United Arab Emirates[citation needed]

Petaling Jaya[edit]

Guangzhou, China[18][19]
Bandung, Indonesia[18][19]
Miyoshi, Japan[18][19]
Asan, South Korea[18]

Shah Alam[edit]

Surabaya, Indonesia[20]
Hanam, South Korea[21]

Klang[edit]

Ürümqi, China[22]
Yongzhou, China[23]

Malacca[edit]

Malacca City[edit]

Valparaíso, Chile[24]
Changsha, China[23]
Guangdong, China[25]
Haikou, China[26]
Nanjing, China[27][28]
Kota Tua, Jakarta, Indonesia[29][30]
Kirishima, Japan[31]
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia[15]
Hoorn, Netherlands[15][32][33]
Vigan, Philippines[34]
Lisbon, Portugal[15][32][35][36]

Negeri Sembilan[edit]

Seremban[edit]

Bukittinggi, Indonesia[37]

Pahang[edit]

Kuantan[edit]

Qinzhou, China[38]

Penang[edit]

George Town[edit]

City of Adelaide, Australia[39][40]
Xiamen, China[39][41]
Medan, Indonesia[39][42]
Taipei, Taiwan[43]
Bangkok, Thailand[44]
Phuket City, Thailand[45]

Perak[edit]

Ipoh[edit]

Nanning, China[46]
Fukuoka, Japan[47]

Sabah[edit]

Kota Kinabalu[edit]

City of Rockingham, Australia[48]
Heyuan, China[49]
Vladivostok, Russia[48]
Yongin, South Korea[48]
Ratchaburi Province, Thailand[48]
Portland, United States[50]

Sandakan[edit]

Burwood, Australia[51]
Zamboanga, Philippines[52]

Tawau[edit]

Zhangping, China[53]
Pare-Pare, Indonesia[54]

Sarawak[edit]

Kuching[edit]

Dali, China[55]
Kunming, China[56]
Xiamen, China[57]
Zhenjiang, China[58]
Pontianak, Indonesia[4]
Johor Bahru, Malaysia[4]
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia[4]
Guro District, Seoul, South Korea[59]

Miri[edit]

Guangning County, China[60]
Hualien County, Taiwan[61][62]

Sibu[edit]

Bozhou, China[63]
Fuqing, China[64][65]
Fuzhou, China[66]
Guangning County, China[67]
Gulou District, Fuzhou, China[64][65]
Gutian County, China[68]
Jintang County, China[69]
Minqing County, China[70]
Nanping, China[71]
Ningde, China[72]
Pingnan County, China[64][65]
Putian, China[72]
Puyang County, China[73]
Qinghe County, Hebei, China[74]
Wuyishan, Fujian, China[75]

Uma Bawang[edit]

Berkeley, United States[76][77]

Terengganu[edit]

Kuala Terengganu[edit]

Makassar, Indonesia[78][79]

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