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UFOs in Malaysia

No country in the world seems to lack manifestations of the UFO Phenomenon. Malaysia, situated geographically in the heart of South-East Asia, has its share too of this baffling and controversial mystery.

articles & documents

Alien Encounters in Southeast Asia

Ahmad Jamaludin, Alien Encounters, Number 17, October 1997

In southeast Asia, the situation is somewhat different. Even though the UFO phenomena chooses to manifest itself in this conservative society, everyone here seems less concerned in taking the UFO mystery seriously, let alone discussing it or attempting to do something about it.  R

First Malaysian UFO Conference

Ahmad Jamaludin, Flying Saucer Review, Vol. 41, No. 1, Spring 1996 ( UK )

The Conference was held on December 17, 1995 at a hotel in Kuala Lumpur. The attendance was overwhelming considering the unknown number of UFO watchers in the country and the cost of the event which was high for an average Malaysian.  R

Huge UFOs Sighted in Malaysia (1995)

Reuters, October 18, 1995

Crowds of people have been gathering at a village in Malaysia's central Selangor state after news spread of sightings of an unidentified flying object (UFO) occupied by extraterrestials with long ears and little red eyes.  R

Humanoid Encounters in Malaysia

Ahmad Jamaludin, MUFON UFO Journal, No. 141, November 1979

While other countries have been experiencing close encounters with humanoids of diversified forms, I would like to draw attention to the reports in Malaysia where humanoid encounters have been confined to only one type – tiny entities measuring from 3 inches to 6 inches in height. Though reports of the other UFO categories bear similarity to the global sightings, encounters with humanoids in Malaysia on the record so far are in a class of their own.  R

Malaysian villagers claim UFO sighting (12-16-2003)

AFP - Agence France Press, December 16, 2003

An unidentified flying object was sighted hovering over a quiet village in northern Kedah state near the Thai border, the second such sighting there in two years, a report said on Tuesday.  R

Mini-Entities at Kuan Air Force Base

Ahmad Jamaludin, Flying Saucer Review, Vol. 26, No. 5, Jan. 1981 (UK)

Sometime in 1975 or 1976 there was some excitement in Kuantan, Malaysia, when a strange encounter with a 3-inch-tall man-like creature was reported. The incident occurred about 9 miles from the town of Kuantan. And to add to the excitement, the small UFO which ferried the tiny entity is said to have landed right in the Royal Malaysian Air Force Base there.  R

Tales from Malaysia

Ahmad Jamaludin, Fortean Times, No. 35, 1981 (UK)

We welcome to our pages another of our Special correspondents, Ahmad Jamaludin, from Kuantan, in Pahang, Malaysia, whose UFO bulletins from that country have appeared in FSR. Ahmad’s interest include Fortean phenomena, and we hope to hear more from him from time to time. This article has been compiled from two items he sent us: the first summarizing events of note from 1979, and the second on events in the first quarter of 1981. R

The Malaysian UFO Scene: A Further Report

Ahmad Jamaludin, Flying Saucer Review, Vol. 30, No. 5, 1985

No country in the world seems to lack manifestations of the UFO Phenomenon. Malaysia, situated geographically in the heart of South-East Asia, has its share too of this baffling and controversial mystery.  R

UFO Reports from Malaysia, 1981-1987

Ahmad Jamaludin, Flying Saucer Review, Vol. 33, No. 4, 1988

In my major work, A Summary of Unidentified Flying Objects And Related Events in Malaysia, 1950-1980, I presented one-hundred UFO cases from this country, with a statistical analysis. Listed below, I give a brief resume of the sightings that have been reported in the years since 1980. The phenomenon is still the same and the answer to our mystery is still – "Unidentified".  R

UFO Research in Malaysia

Mark Moravec, Australia, 1998

During July 1998, I was able to meet with Malaysian UFO researcher, Ahmad Jamaludin, in his home city of Kuantan, on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Jamaludin is the author of A Summary of Unidentified Flying Objects and Related Events in Malaysia (1950-1980), which was published by the Center for UFO Studies, USA in 1981.  R

UFO Sightings Up In Malaysia

The Star (Malaysia), Monday, January 7, 2002

Against the backdrop of political upheavals and an economic slump in the country, there were smiles among a group of extra terrestrial watchers here who claimed there had been an increase in UFO sightings last year. R

UFOs and the Malaysian Government

Center for Malaysian UFO Studies - myUFOnet Newsletter No. 6, 1999

In the 1960s the local papers began to report about UFO landings and its tiny occupants seen on Malaysian soil. The public viewed these claims as stemming from the imaginative minds of the schoolchildren who reported them. The government has no interest whatsoever on these happenings.  R

UFOs In Malaysia

Ahmad Jamaludin, The Unopened Files, No. 1, September 1996 ( UK )

The Malaysian population has rarely paid attention to UFO reports, but an increasing number of strange happenings, coupled with popular TV series like the X-Files, has resulted in an upsurge of interest in the UFO phenomenon.  R

websites & organizations

CENMYUFOS - Center for Malaysia UFO Studies

CENMYUFOS or previously known as myUFOnet is the first step taken to get the UFO enthusiasts in Malaysia as a group to pursue the answer to this perplexing and controversial subject. CENMYUFOS can be considered as a type of UFO club or a clearinghouse, which will investigate UFO sightings, receive UFO sighting reports, document them and then made available to all interested parties.

Papers, Articles and Special Reports by Ahmad Jalamudin

Ahmad Jalamudin

Collection of papers on UFOs by Malaysian UFO Research Ahamad Jalamudin.

UFO Photos from Malaysia

UFOs at Close Sight / Center for Malaysian UFO Studies

Contains 2 photographs, black and white.