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Distinctively Malaysia

The latest series of Malaysian banknotes draws its inspiration from elements which distinctively define the country’s diverse culture, heritage and nature. Themed ‘Distinctively Malaysia’, the fourth series of Malaysian banknotes features traditional expressions in the art and craft, natural wonders, flora and fauna, economy and tradition.

RM100 (Fourth series) – June 2012

(Actual size 140mm x 65mm)

The magnificent beauty of Malaysia’s two prominent natural wonders, declared ‘World Heritage Sites’ by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) are portrayed on the RM100 banknote.


RM50 (Fourth series) – July 2009

(Actual size 145 x 69 mm)

This RM50 banknote is the first denomination to be redesigned as part of the fourth Series of Malaysian currency notes, which will replace the existing series in stages.


RM20 (Fourth Series) – June 2012

(Actual size 140mm x 65mm)

As ambassadors of the rich and colourful marine life found in our tropical waters, two of the most well-known species of sea turtles endemic to Malaysian waters are on the new RM20 banknote – the Hawksbill Turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) and Leatherback Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea)


RM10 (Fourth series) – June 2012

(Actual size 140mm x 65mm)

Malaysia’s lush tropical jungle, which is one of the world’s oldest living rainforest, is home to a spectacular variety of flowering plants. Most iconic amongst them is the Rafflesia, the world’s largest flower.


RM5 (Fourth series) Polymer Banknote – June 2012

(Actual size 135mm X 65mm)

Featured on the new RM5 polymer banknote is the Rhinoceros Hornbill (Buceros rhinoceros), one of the largest and most magnificent hornbill species in the world.


RM1 (Fourth series) Polymer Banknote – June 2012

(Actual size 120mm X 65mm)

Kite-flying is a popular traditional sport in Malaysia especially in Kelantan and Terengganu. Kite-flying is also traditionally a celebration of a good harvest which brings together the local communities

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Buy Malaysian ringgit banknotes from online sale

MYR – Malaysian Ringgit – Buy Malaysian ringgit banknotes

Banknotes issued by Bank Negara Malaysia – Buy Malaysian ringgit banknotes

The authority to issue currency is vested in Bank Negara Malaysia (The Central Bank of Malaysia), under The Central Bank of Malaya Ordinance, 1958, which formed the Central Bank of Malaya (Bank Negara Tanah Melayu) in January 1959. However, the Board of Commissioners of Currency Malaya and British Borneo continued to issue currency until 12 June 1967. Later, Bank Negara Malaysia took control as the sole issuer of currency in Malaysia. Old Malayan notes remained in circulation alongside new Malaysian banknotes until 16 January 1969, when they were demonetized. Buy Malaysian ringgit banknotes for above features…

The First Series for Buy Malaysian ringgit banknotes



Satu Dolar
Lima Dolar
Sapuluh Dolar
Lima Puluh Dolar
Satu Ratus Dolar
Satu Ribu

Bank Negara Malaysia began issuing currency notes in June 1967. These banknotes were in five denominations: $1, $5, $10, $50 and $100. A $1,000 denomination note was issued on 2 September 1968. Buy Malaysian ringgit banknotes from our produce.

The changes in spelling were as follows:-

Currency Denomination Old Spelling New Spelling
$1 hingga $1,000 GABENUR GABENOR (Governor)
$100 SA-RATUS SERATUS (one hundred)
$1000 SA-RIBU SERIBU (one thousand)

In early 1982, banknotes in denominations of $1, $5, $10, $50, $100 and $1000 were issued with the signatures of the second Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia, Tan Sri Abdul Aziz bin Haji Taha. The other characteristics and patterns were the same as those of banknotes issued between 1967 and 1982. So now, rush to Buy Malaysian ringgit banknotes from our store.

The Second Series



Satu Dolar
Lima Dolar
Sepuluh Dolar
Dua puluh Dolar
Lima Puluh Dolar
Satu Ratus Dolar
Lima Ratus Dolar
Satu Ribu Dolar

On 1 September 1982, Bank Negara Malaysia issued two currency denominations, $20 and $500, valid for tender, adding to the denominations of $1, $5, $10, $50, $100 and $1,000 that were already in circulation. Being new banknotes, they had a new design that reflected Malaysian culture. The basic design was inspired by decorations, wood engravings and other traditional Malaysian handicraft, as well as from vegetation found in the country..

Basic Design for Different Currency Denominations

In January 1986, Bank Negara Malaysia introduced new designs with additional security features for banknotes. These enhanced security features were incorporated to further deter forgery.

Banknotes of this series were signed by Tan Sri Dato’ Jaffar bin Hussein (1985-1994). The additional security features were a more visible security thread, a bigger latent image of the denomination, a bigger transparent mark and the serial number printed vertically in red ink and horizontally in black ink.

The Third Series



Satu Ringgit
Dua Ringgit
Lima Ringgit
Sepuluh Ringgit
Lima Puluh Ringgit
Satu Ratus Ringgit

On 5 February 1996, Bank Negara Malaysia introduced the RM2 banknote, which was the first denomination of a new Malaysian banknote to be designed with the Vision 2020 theme. Depictions of the country’s rapid economic development and achievements were introduced for the first time in the banknotes of this series. The other denominations were issued as follows:

Currency Denomination Date of Issue
RM10 19 January 1998
RM50 20 July 1998
RM100 26 October 1998
RM5 27 September 1999
RM1 8 November 2000

A number of security features were introduced in this series of banknotes. There are rainbow-coloured security threads printed with `BNM’ and the respective denominations on the banknotes, as well as three-dimensional watermark portraits.

Additionally, the banknotes have an anti-duplication feature known as PEAK (Printed and Embossed Anti-copy Key), a fibre thread and a novel serial number that is printed vertically at the top left corner in black pendarfluor magnetic ink and horizontally on the right in red pendarfluor ink. The RM10, RM50 and RM100 banknotes have an extra feature, an optical variable holographic band known as LEAD (Long-lasting Economical Anti-copy Device).

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