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Famed Malaysian proverbs and idioms lessons are Smack a tray of water and you get to wash your face. And second Malaysian proverb is Smack a tray of water and you get to wash your face. Comprehend these Malaysian proverbs.

You can’t get at the precious sago without first breaking the bark.

The turtle lays thousands of eggs without anyone knowing, but when the hen lays an egg, the whole country is informed.

A fool is like the big drum that beats fast but does not realize its hollowness.

Tigers die leaving their stripes (of their fur), but humans die leaving their names (reputation).

You hold on to a buffalo by its rope, you hold on to a person by his or her promises.

The lot of a coconut hust is to float; the lot of a stone is to sink.

No matter how good a squirrel is at jumping, sometimes it will fall.

A nobleman would not debase him himself if he mixes with the masses.

Someone trying to fix something without proper knowledge is like a mouse trying to fix a pumpkin.

About Malaysian proverb

Malaysian proverbs are particularly insightful and therefore smart to use. I here describe such proverbs related to Malaysia. Enjoy the Malaysian Proverbs which are given above the page.