Malaysian Government Ministries

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Office of the Prime Minister

The Office of the Prime Minister is the management and operations agency that handles all the matters and affairs related to the Prime Minister of Malaysia. This include carrying out of duties and functions for staff, management of speeches and statements as well as the coordination of media and others.

Main Block, Perdana Putra Building,
Federal Government Administrative Centre,
62502 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8888 8000
Fax: (603) 8888 3444
Website: www.pmo.gov.my
E-mail: ppm@pmo.gov.my

Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry

MOA is the ministerial department which oversees the development and progression of the agriculture and agro-based industries of Malaysia. It is the highest body for regulation and legislation when it comes to policies and any practices in Malaysia pertaining to these sectors that include managing agencies and initiatives to grow the respective areas.

Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry

Block 4G1, Wisma Tani,
No. 28, Persiaran Perdana, Precinct 4
Federal Government Administrative Centre,
62624, Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8870 1200/1400
Fax: (603) 8888 6906
Website: http://www.moa.gov.my
E-mail: pro@moa.gov.my

Ministry of Unity, Culture, Arts and Heritage

This is the ministry that is responsible in growing the cultural and heritage of Malaysia. It is involved in managing all the activities and initiatives to develop and preserve the rich culture of Malaysia and to ensure that such events get their deserving exposure both within the country as well as overseas.

Ministry of Unity, Culture, Arts and Heritage

Block A & B, Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad,
Jalan Raja, 50050  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 2604 4800
Fax: (603) 2604 4900
Website: www.heritage.gov.my
E-mail: info@heritage.gov.my

Ministry of Defence

Known in short as Mindef, this is the governing ministry which is involved in all regulatory and legal matters related to security and safety in the country. It oversees the infrastructure and the uniformed bodies in Malaysia like the armed forces, the navy and the air force to ensure peace and harmony.

Ministry of Defence

Jalan Padang Tembak,
50634 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 2059 8400
Fax: (603) 2691 4163
Website: www.mod.gov.my
E-mail: portal@mod.gov.my

Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism

The KPDNKK plays an important role in ensuring the domestic trade market is preserved and controlled. This is the department that ensures that pricing of goods are regulated and that consumer protection are taken care of. Besides that, price control, standard of living and other issues that affect Malaysians are coordinated by this ministry as well.

Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism

No.13, Persiaran Perdana, Precinct 2,
Federal Government Administrative Centre,
62623 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8000 8000
Fax: (603) 8882 5762
Website: http://www.kpdnkk.gov.my/
E-mail: webadmin@kpdnkk.gov.my

Ministry of Education

MoE is the department in charge of regulating the Malaysian education system. It manages the standards and quality of curriculum at all levels, ensuring that Malaysians enjoy competitive education. Besides that, MoE oversees the level of education offered at all levels as well as carrying out audits for both the private and public institutions.

Ministry of Education

Block E8, Complex E,
Federal Government Administrative Centre,
62604 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8000 8000
Fax: (603) 8000 8001
Website: www.moe.gov.my
E-mail: 80008000@1mocc.gov.my

Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water

KETTHA is the ministry that manages the energy and other utilities sector of Malaysia. It plays the role of the regulatory body under its agencies to ensure all Malaysians enjoy these services. One of the major roles that KETTHA has been involved in recent years is in the promoting of green technology.

Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water

Block E4/5,
Government Complex Complex E,
Federal Government Administrative Centre,
62668 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8000 8000
Fax: (603) 8889 3712
Website: http://www.kettha.gov.my/
E-mail: webmaster@kettha.gov.my

Ministry of Home Affairs

Ministry of Home Affairs or MoHA is an important ministry as it ensures public safety and order. The minister manages the uniformed bodies within the country like the Royal Police Force to ensure no untoward incidents occur and to ensure that all regulations are adhered to. Besides that, MoHA is involved in regulating foreign workers and mass media publications as well.

Ministry of Home Affairs

Block D1 & D2, Complex D
Federal Government Administrative Centre
62546 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8886 8000
Fax: (603) 8888 8812
Website: www.moha.gov.my
E-mail: webmaster@moha.gov.my

Ministry of Federal Territories

The three Federal Territories of Malaysia, namely Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan comes under the purview of this ministry. Basically, this department ensures that the development and progress of the federal territories that include providing legislation, control and other issues to ensure smooth flow of operations, harmony and other aspects.

Ministry of Federal Territories

Level 1-4, Block 2, Pjh Tower, Precinct 2
Federal Government Administrative Centre
62100 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8889 7888
Fax: (603) 8888 0375
Website: www.kwp.gov.my
E-mail: admin@kwp.gov.my

Ministry of Finance

MoF is perhaps the ministry which comes under the spotlight the most among all the others. It plays the role of the finance department for the country. MoF manages all matters related to funds and monetary issues. This includes managing the country’s debt, providing funding for governmental projects and others.

Ministry of Finance

Finance Ministry Complex
No.5 Persiaran Perdana, Precinct 2
Federal Government Administrative Centre
62592 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8882 3000
Fax: (603) 8882 3892/3894
Website: www.treasury.gov.my
E-mail: pertanyaan@treasury.gov.my

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

This ministry is often referred to as Wisma Putra. It is responsible in coordinating ties between Malaysia and other countries. Ambassadors and trade missions by ministers are managed by this ministry where the Malaysian representatives in other countries will report directly to as well as being the touchpoint for Malaysians overseas.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Wisma Putra
No. 1, Jalan Wisma Putra, Precinct 2
62602 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8887 4000/ 4570/ 8889 2746
Fax: (603) 8889 1717/ 8889 2816
Website: www.kln.gov.my
E-mail: webmaster@kln.gov.my

Ministry of Health

MoH is one of the most important ministries in Malaysia as it is the governing body to ensure public health in the country. This includes regulating the use of medicines, equipment and pharmaceutical goods and to ensure that there are sufficient control and legislation to ensure the health and general wellbeing of Malaysians.

Ministry of Health

Block E1, E6, E7 & E10, Complex E
Federal Government Administrative Centre
62590 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8883 3888
Website: www.moh.gov.my
E-mail: kkm@moh.gov.my

Ministry of Housing and Local Government

The KPKT is the department that regulates the Malaysian housing industries and its related sectors. Property development and real estate issues are managed by this ministry while it oversees the townships and management of such areas as well. KPKT puts in place initiatives and efforts through its agencies to carry out the regulations and other matters.

Ministry of Housing and Local Government

Level 3-7 Floor, Block K
Pusat Bandar Damansara
50782 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 2094 7033
Fax: (603) 2094 9720
Website: www.kpkt.gov.my
E-mail: pro@kpkt.gov.my
pentadbiran@kpkt.gov.my

Ministry of Human Resource

MoHR is the agency involved in managing the human capital both for the country and the government. It is the regulatory body that ensures that legitimate practices are carried out and that companies follow the code of conduct and local laws of human resources so that both employees and employers are protected.

Ministry of Human Resource

Level 6-9, Block D3, Complex D
Federal Government Administrative Centre
62530 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8886 5000
Fax: (603) 8889 2381
Website: www.mohr.gov.my
E-mail:ksm1@mohr.gov.my
norbaya@mohr.gov.my

Ministry of Communications and Multimedia

The KKMM plays a crucial role in moderating the content used in Malaysia. It is the agency responsible in ensuring that all the media and content used in them are not offensive or illegal. KKMM provides the regulations for media as well as through other means via its agencies and departments.

Ministry of Communications and Multimedia

4th Floor, Wisma TV Angkasapuri
Bukit Putra
50610 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 2288 7502
Fax: (603) 2284 8115/ 2287 7926
Website: http://www.kkmm.gov.my

Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment

MNRE plays a vital role in the development of the natural resources in Malaysia. This includes management of the forests, irrigation and drainage, wildlife, minerals and such. Besides that, it is involved in the conservation efforts and management of environment to ensure sustainability and preservation efforts are in place for future livelihood.

Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment

No.25, Persiaran Perdana, Precinct 4
Federal Government Administrative Centre
62574 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8886 1111
Fax: (603) 8889 2672
Website: www.nre.gov.my
E-mail: webmaster@nre.gov.my

Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities

MPIC puts in place governmental regulations and laws to regulate the plantation industries and related sectors for the country. This is where the ministry ensures that there are initiatives and incentives provided for the local planters while running programmes that can expand the reach and awareness of these sectors both locally and internationally.

Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities

No.15, 6th-13th Floor
Persiaran Perdana, Precinct 2
Federal Government Administrative Centre
62654 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8880 3300
Fax: (603) 8880 3482
Website: www.kppk.gov.my
E-mail: info@kppk.gov.my

Ministry of Rural and Regional Development

This ministry seeks to develop the rural areas of Malaysia through all types of programmes and initiatives. The aim is to ensure that the standard of living among rural Malaysians are escalated and improved via better management of processes, new business practices and regulations to ensure consistency in terms of process and development.

Ministry of Rural and Regional Development

Block D9, Complex D
Federal Government Administrative Centre
62606 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8886 3500/ 8886 3700
Fax: (603) 8889 2104
Website: www.rurallink.gov.my
E-mail: webmaster@rurallink.gov.my
saipol@rurallink.gov.my

Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovations

MOSTI is involved in various areas pertaining to science and technology. This is one of the high profile ministries of Malaysia as it is involved in areas like space, chemicals and biotechnology, among others. MOSTI works with agencies both locally and globally on knowledge transfer, policy input and other issues in these areas.

Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovations

Level 1-7, Block C4 & C5
Federal Government Administrative Centre
62662 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8885 8000
Fax: (603) 8888 9070
Website: www.mosti.gov.my
E-mail: pro@mosti.gov.my

Ministry of Tourism

This is the most prominent ministry involved in putting in place efforts and government initiatives to promote Malaysia as a tourist destination for the world. As one of the top tourist spots globally, programmes are rolled out each year both locally and internationally to promote better awareness and to attract visitors to all the top spots in Malaysia.

Ministry of Tourism

Menara Dato’ Onn
Putra World Trade Centre
45 Jalan Tun Ismail
50695 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 2693 7111
Fax: (603) 2694 1146
Website: www.motour.gov.my
E-mail: webmaster@motour.gov.my
info@motour.gov.my

Ministry of Transport

The Ministry of Transport handles all affairs in Malaysia pertaining to transportation and its related areas. This includes regulations that are put in place to ensure vehicles are of the best standard as well as in managing the local public transportation systems. Besides that, it is involved in ensuring high quality of infrastructure and other matters as well.

Ministry of Transport

Level 5-7, Block D5, Parcel D
Federal Government Administrative Centre
62616 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8886 6000
Fax: (603) 8889 1569
Website: www.mot.gov.my
E-Mail: norbaya@mot.gov.my
juhannis@mot.gov.my

Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development

The KPWKM is the highest authority in Malaysia for matters related to women and family welfare. It works closely with agencies both within and outside the country to increase the living standards of women and to ensure that their welfare are taken care of while putting in place incentives to help and promote these communities.

Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development

Level 1-6, Government Office Complex
Bukit Perdana, Jalan Dato’ Onn
50515 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 2693 0095
Fax: (603) 2693 4982
Website: www.kpwkm.gov.my
E-Mail: info@kpwkm.gov.my

Ministry of Works

KKR is the ministry in charge of public infrastructure in Malaysia. This involves working with relevant state governments and agencies to ensure the best roads and public services are maintained and delivered. KKR is the regulatory body that controls legislation and to provide better awareness to the public through programmes and other events.

Ministry of Works

5th Floor, Block B
Kompleks Kerja Raya
Jalan Sultan Salahuddin
50580 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 2711 1100
Fax: (603) 2711 1590
Website: www.kkr.gov.my
E-mail: pro@kkr.gov.my

Ministry of Youths and Sports

This is the ministry that oversees the development of sports in Malaysia. All the councils and sporting associations come under its purview. It manages the youth development through programmes like Rakan Muda and works closely with the local bodies to deliver these services to the youth and young adult communities.

Ministry of Youths and Sports

Menara KBS
No.27, Persiaran Perdana, Precinct 4
Federal Government Administrative Centre
62570 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 8871 3333
Fax: (603) 8888 8770
Website: www.kbs.gov.my
E-mail: webmaster@kbs.gov.my