The Malay people cluster encompasses a variety of Austronesian peoples inhabiting the Malay Peninsula including the southernmost parts of Thailand, south coast of Myanmar, the island of Singapore, and coastal areas of Indonesia. The two largest people groups within this cluster are Malays and Indonesians but a number of smaller related ethnic groups are included. Sunni Islam is the most widely practiced religion among these peoples.
Peoples within this cluster:
Arguni; Austronesian Mor; Behoa; Busami; Erokwanas; Indonesian; Irahutu; Iresim; Kawe; Legenyem; Malay; Malay, Bacanese; Malay, Cocos Islands; Malay, Ketapang; Malay, Menadonese; Malay, North Sumatra; Malay, Pontianak; Malay, Riau; Meoswar; Moken; Moklen; Munggui; Nabi; Onin; Ormu; Pattani Malay; Rejang Kayan; Ron; Serua; Tring; Warembori; Yaur
Countries where they are found:
Australia; Canada; China; Christmas Island; Cocos (Keeling) Islands; Comoros; Indonesia; Malaysia; Mayotte; Myanmar; Netherlands; Singapore; Sri Lanka; Thailand; United Kingdom; United States
Unreached people groups:
Number of countries: