Malaysia issued a miniature sheet containing one stamp of 5 Ringgit on 18 Jan 2011 to Commemorate The Lunar New Year- Year of Rabbit. It also carries a logo of INDIPEX 2011 -India International Stamp Exhibition. The sheet also featured the theme of Children’s Pets.
Pitcher Plants of Malaysia belong to a genes of plants known as Nepenthes. These species are found in South East Asia. Borneo has 33 species, Peninsular Malaysia has 11 Species and Sabah has 21 species.
Malaysia issued a set of two se-tenant stamps on Pitcher plants on 06 Apr 1996.
Malaysia issued a One Ringgit stamp on rare fruit called Beruas or Pokok Bruas or seashore mangosteen. It was issued on 28 Mar 2006. A sheet containing 10 stamps is listed. Its botanical name is Garcinia Hombroniana.
Malaysia issued a 30 sen stamp on rare fruit called Terap bulu or Pedalai or Gumihan. It was issued on 28 Mar 2006. A sheet containing 10 stamps is listed. Its botanical name is Artocarpus sericicarpus. It is a cousin of jack fruit and breadfruit.
Malaysia issued a 50 sen stamp on rare fruit called Cermai or Malay Gooseberry. It was issued on 28 Mar 2006. It is also known as starberry, West India Gooseberry, Star Gooseberry etc. A sheet containing 10 stamps is listed. Its botanical name is Phyllanthus acidus.