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RM100 (Fourth series) - June 2012

The magnificent beauty of Malaysia's two prominent natural wonders, declared 'World Heritage Sites' by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) are portrayed on the RM100 banknote.

These are the Kinabalu Park in Sabah, home to the majestic Mount Kinabalu (the highest mountain in Southeast Asia) and the spectacular limestone pinnacle rock formations of Gunung Api Valley, found within the Mulu National Park in Sarawak.

Together, they represent the many natural wonders of Malaysia that provides visitors with a unique experience.


Security Features

Click on any of the numbered features on the notes below for further detail:

Perfect see-through register Intaglio Text and logo Intaglio Intaglio Intaglio Intaglio Colour shifting patch Clear window Intaglio Shadow Image Perfect see-through register

RM100 ReversePerfect see-through register Clear window Intaglio Non-transparent window Two colour fluorescent element Micro letterings Perfect see-through register


Intaglio (1)

Feel the raised printing effect by touching.

Intaglio


Watermark Portrait (2)

Look at the banknote against white light and observe: A watermark portrait and the numeral 100

Clear window

Perfect see-through register (3)

Look at the banknote against white light and observe: The complete formation of the numeral 100

Clear window


Embedded thread (4)

 

Look at the banknote against white light and observe: A continuous dark line embedded in the paper

Intaglio


Micro-lense security thread (5)

Tilt the banknote and observe: The image of 'Bunga Raya' in the thread moves.

Clear window
Coloured glossy patch (6)

 

Tilt the banknote and observe: A gold-coloured stripe with the text RM100.

Clear window


Micro lettering (7)

Check using the magnifier and UV light for the following: Intaglio micro lettering.

Intaglio Intaglio

Two colour fluorescent element (8)

 

Check using the magnifier and UV light for the following: An image of Mount Kinabalu with the numeral 100 will appear in red and yellow.

Clear window

Text and logo (9)

Check using the magnifier and UV light for the following: Stag motif and a rectangle with the text “BNM100”.

Two colour fluorescent element


Security fibres (10)

Check using the magnifier and UV light for the following: Visible scattered fibres in red, yellow and blue

Text and logo


 

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