The Brunei–Malaysia border divides the territory of Brunei and Malaysia on the island of Borneo. It consists of a 266 km (165 mi) land border and substantial lengths of maritime borders stretching from the coastline of the two countries to the edge of the continental shelf in the South China Sea.
How many borders does Malaysia have?
Geography of Malaysia
|Coastline||4,675 km (2,905 mi)|
|Borders||Total land borders 2,669 km (1,658 mi) Thailand: 506 km (314 mi) Indonesia: 1,782 km (1,107 mi) Brunei: 281 km (175 mi)|
Is Malaysia a poor country?
Malaysia is one of the most open economies in the world with a trade to GDP ratio averaging over 130% since 2010. … Having revised its national poverty line in July 2020, 5.6% of Malaysian households are currently living in absolute poverty.