Read English-language newspapers the New Straits Times, the Star and the Malay Mail. In Malaysian Borneo you’ll also find the Borneo Post, the New Sarawak Tribune and the New Sabah Times.
Listen to Traxx FM (www.traxxfm.net; 90.3FM), HITZ FM (www.hitz.fm; 92.9FM) and MIX FM (www.mix.fm; 94.5FM) for pop music and BFM (www.bfm.my; 89.9FM) or Fly FM (www.flyfm.com.my; 95.8FM) for news (these frequencies are for the KL area). In Sabah, listen to Traxx FM (90.7FM) or Muzik FM (88.9FM);in Sarawak tune in to Traxx FM (89.9FM), or Wai FM (101.3FM) for tribal music.
Watch Malaysia’s two government TV channels (TV1 and TV2), four commercial stations (TV3, NTV7, 8TV and TV9) as well as a host of satellite channels.
- Malaysiakini (www.malaysiakini.com)
- Malaysia Today (www.malaysia-today.net)
- The Malaysian Insider (www.themalaysianinsider.com)
- The Online Citizen (www.theonlinecitizen.com)