Islamic Prayer Times in Malaysia

Are you looking for Islamic prayer times in Malaysia to catch up on your due salah? You're at just the right place! is here with authentic, most accurate prayer times in your location. Malaysia is known for its colorful blend of Malay, Chinese, Indian, and European cultures, attractive beaches, and rainforests. With 63.5% of the population practicing Islam, the culture and cuisine of the country are heavily influenced by this religion. Whether you are a resident or a traveler visiting this beautiful country for vacation or work, Prayer Times by is designed to help you easily access authentic and accurate prayer times so you don't miss any of your five daily ritual prayers.

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Simply visit our website,, or download our app on iOS/Android. Go to the Prayer times section, where you will be automatically shown prayer times for your selected location. You can even check times for other countries and cities by going to Country Listing and selecting your particular location.

Our app and website allow you to have easy access to prayer times anywhere. You will be shown the time for adhan and Iqamah as well as a countdown to the next prayer. You can even download the prayer timetable for the Islamic year or month for offline reference. The prayer times on our app or website automatically update according to your time and location, so you do not have to worry about outdated times.


Islamic Culture and Heritage in Malaysia

Islam arrived in Malaysia early in the 7th century CE with Arab and Indian traders. However, by the 15th century, it started spreading following the conversion of the runaway king, Parameswara's conversion. Subsequently, the Malacca Sultanate established Islam as a state religion and became a center for Islamic learning and trade. Following are some of the most significant mosques worthy of a visit in Malaysia:

  • Kampung Hulu Mosque finished building in 1728 and is the oldest mosque in Malaysia.
  • Built in the 19th century, Kapitan Keling Mosque in Penang is a significant mosque marking a strong presence of Muslims in Malaysia.

Halal Dining and Food Options in Malaysia

Malaysian cuisine is heavily influenced by Islamic dietary laws, and halal food is easily accessible anywhere you visit. Dishes like nasi lemak, roti canai, and rendang are popular among the locals and tourists. Here are two foods that you must try while in Malaysia:

  • Char Kway Teow is a popular noodle dish, especially in Penang. It is made with flat rice noodles stir-fried with prawns, eggs, Chinese sausage, bean sprouts, chives and seasoned with soy sauce. A popular place to try it at is Roberts Char Kuey Teow.
  • Nasi Lemak is the representative halal food of Malaysia. It is fragrant rice cooked in coconut milk served with several accompanying dishes such as Sambal, Ikan Bilis (Anchovies), etc. You can find it all over Malaysia wherever you go.

Islamic Education and Institutions in Malaysia

Malaysia has a thriving Islamic education system with schools specifically for religious learning called "Pondok" or "madrasah." Higher education with an Islamic focus is also available in Malaysia. Following are institutions showcasing the importance given to Islamic learning by Malaysian Muslims:

  • Dar Al-Hikmah (House of Wisdom) is a "Pondok" Islamic boarding school offering traditional Islamic education with a focus on Quranic and Hadith studies.
  • International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), located in the capital of Malaysia, Kaula Lumpur, is a premier institution for Islamic education and research. It was established in 1983 and has since grown to become an international center for Islamic studies.