The 30 Best Malaysian Animation Movies of All Time

The 30 Best Malaysian Animation Movies of All Time. You should check out these Malaysian Animation Movies. These Malaysian Animation Movies will give you a lot of fun and practice.


Malaysian Animation

1. War of the Worlds: Goliath (2012)

Director: Joe Pearson

An epic steampunk war story that takes place in the year 1914. The original H.G. Wells Martian invasion occurred 15 years ago. The human race has prepared itself out of fear of another assault. This is the tale of the young crew and the war tripod Goliath. A Martian fleet of enormous fighting vehicles with flying wings is being fought by an army of steam-powered battle walkers, heat-ray biplanes, and armored zeppelins led by Goliath. In the cockpit of Goliath, bravery in the face of danger, competing loyalties, and the fight to save Earth are depicted. – Malaysian Animation

2. BoBoiBoy: The Movie (2016)

Malaysia Animation

Director: Nizam Razak

Ochobot has been abducted by a group of alien treasure hunters known as The Tengkotak who have descended on Earth to use him to find a long-lost, extremely potent Power Sphere. To save Ochobot and discover the mysteries of the Sfera Kuasa, BoBoiBoy, and his amazing buddies must now work quickly. They will go on a voyage that is full of action, humor, and stunning scenery. – Malaysian Animation

3. Ribbit (2014)

Malaysia Animation

Director: Chuck Powers

Sometimes it only takes one tiny little hop to start a wonderful journey. A frog named Ribbit is having identity issues. He detests hopping and dislikes water more than frogs do. He feels out of place and is full of questions about his life, so he sets out on a soul-searching adventure with his best friend, a flying squirrel, to find the truth and his proper position in this world.

They advance in their search for the solution to life’s puzzles against the majestic background of the Amazon jungle, bumping into a crazy assortment of colorful personalities along the way—both allies and enemies. When Ribbit gets accidentally mesmerized, confusion reigns. – Malaysian Animation

4. Sea Level (2011)

Malaysia Animation

Director: Aun Hoe Goh

Pup, a bamboo shark, and his pals are playing in the ocean until they come across some egg sacs. Pup decides to protect his family after he witnesses humans stealing the eggs from his reef. He’ll demonstrate that he isn’t too little to save his family as he exits the sea and joins the lovely but hazardous world of people. – Malaysian Animation

5. Didi & Friends the Movie (2023)

Malaysia Animation

Director: Akmal Aziz Asmawi

Best friends Didi, Nana, and Jojo have resided in Horey Town their entire lives. They have been chosen by Pak Atan and the local elders to organize the yearly town concert this year. Didi is enthusiastic and takes his responsibility as the project’s leader very seriously.

When he makes a serious error, everything appears to be going well until Pak Atan and Pak Beruang are forced to go to Legenda Island in Muzika to correct the situation.

Didi quickly learns that a strange sky pirate who is causing havoc there is putting the two elders in jeopardy. This pirate wants their copy of the Legenda Island map. Before the concert begins, Didi, Nana, and Jojo leave to save the village elders. – Malaysian Animation

6. The Elephant King (2017)

Malaysia Animation

Director: Hadi Mohammadian

On one of Eritrea’s islands, “Under” the leader of the rapacious wildlife hunters seeks to invade Ivory, “the elephant home,” and hunt the enormous creatures for the king. Elephants were rejoicing over the disappointing birth of the king’s son Shadphant. because his obesity was a major cause of issues. The assault on the island would, however, bring him even closer to everyone’s hearts. – Malaysian Animation

7. Mechamato Movie (2022)

Malaysia Animation

Director: Nizam Razak

Amato, a little child, came discovered the potent robot MechaBot after a mysterious spacecraft crash-landed on Earth. Amato may now take advantage of MechaBot’s special capacity to Mechanize common objects into cutting-edge technology thanks to his success in outwitting the robot and becoming its master. Unbeknownst to him, the cybernetic alien Grakakus is after MechaBot and would stop at nothing to obtain it for his wicked purposes. – Malaysian Animation

8. Wheely (2018)

Malaysia Animation

Director: Yusry A. Halim

Wheely was relegated from a rookie racer to a downtown cab driver with a mound of debt and a shattered ego after a particularly catastrophic crash. The accident was caused by none other than Putt Putt, his best friend who is also a fan of philosophy and Feng Shui.

Before Wheely fell “head-over-wheels” in love with Bella, a supermodel from the upper classes of society, everything was good. It becomes worse because she has a boyfriend! Fortunately for Wheely, Bella finds his ghetto-like, funny-guy persona intriguing.

However, just as he is about to get the chance to get to know Bella further, her obstinate boyfriend Ben interferes. However, that’s not all. The kidnapping of Wheely’s ideal girl by a multinational gang led by an 18-wheeler truck named Kaiser puts him in even more trouble. – Malaysian Animation

9. Rimba Racer (TV Series 2017)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Md. Hussin

This action-packed story centers on Tag, a street-smart racing prodigy who is selected to compete in the RIMBA Grand Prix, the most prestigious racing competition in the world. He wants to win the competition because he is a new participant and wants to establish himself. We follow Tag’s ascension to prominence as he gains new abilities and gets over personal obstacles.

We get to follow Tag’s exploits off the track as he makes new friends and runs into other racers who see him as a threat to their ambitions for greatness. As the series goes on, we also learn the secret motives behind the competition and learn that not everything about the race is as it seems. – Malaysian Animation

10. Upin & Ipin: Keris Siamang Tunggal (2019)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Adam Amiruddin,

Five-year-old Upin and Ipin, along with their friends Susanti, Ehsan, Fizi, Mail, Jarjit, Mei Mei, and Susanti, discover a mysterious kris that takes them directly to the mythical country of Inderaloka.

They are suddenly tasked with rescuing the kingdom from the grasp of the villainous Raja Bersiong while trying to navigate their way back home. Upin, Ipin, and their allies must conquer several difficult challenges with the aid of Mat Jenin and Belalang to restore the kingdom to its former splendor. – Malaysian Animation

11. Ejen Ali: The Movie (2019)

Director: Usamah Zaid Yasin

The 12-year-old Ejen Ali has matured to accept his duty in the covert organization Meta Advance Tactical Agency to safeguard the cutting-edge city of Cyberaya from external dangers after being unintentionally recruited as a spy.

Ali is shocked to learn that, thanks to Mata’s recent upgrade to IRIS Neo for all Mata operatives, he is no longer the lone master of the Infinity Retinal Intelligence System device. When the new invention causes Ali to doubt his role and value to Mata.

A rogue individual approaches him and claims to be aware of a shocking personal link to Ali. Ejen Ali, risking his devotion to Mata, engages in a fascinating pursuit to discover these enigmatic connections. – Malaysian Animation

12. Princess of Rome (2015)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Hadi Mohammadian

It is 842. The years appeared to be similar, and people had become accustomed to life in Byzantium. Both buyers and sellers swarmed the markets. Guards were stationed at the city wall, and the notables there have been informing the Tsar about the parish.

While the peace and serenity that Byzantium had enjoyed for ages were in danger and could disappear, his couriers were bringing urgent news concerning Muslim movements, which disturbed him. Although children were employed in Byzantium, the priest was dissatisfied with the city and its inhabitants’ manner of life, so after restating certain Gospel words, he preached to them and made a salvation promise.

A senior citizen is waiting for the promised day in the background. The servants were cooking and cleaning the rooms, hallways, and passages inside the castle. The Tsar was out on his routine morning stroll with his guards in tow, waiting for any fresh orders. But. His granddaughter “Mallika,” who had always been anxious, had a unique room in the Tsar’s castle.

Because her grandfather had vowed to hold a finer and more memorable wedding ceremony than Rome had ever seen, she was not grieved by the earthquake that destroyed her wedding. Despite this, she was considering the unfairness and unrest that people had been going through and how she could contribute to bringing about justice.

Only crying and praying, along with a few dreams that transport her to another planet, can make her feel better. But everyone who lived in the castle believed that her new wedding ceremony, which she had never liked and felt terrible about every time she thought about it, would make her feel better. – Malaysian Animation

13. Geng: The Adventure Begins (2009)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Nizam Razak

To relive some long-forgotten authentic Malaysian life at his grandfather’s durian orchard, two of Badrol’s closest friends, Lim and Badrol, traveled to Badrol’s hometown of Kampong, where he was raised. The discovery of a clue that brings them closer to the myth of the mysterious home hidden deep in the forest ends their leisurely holiday excursion.

They collaborate to uncover the mysteries about the small Kampong with the help of their newly made pals Rajoo the animal-whispering boy, Rose the village beauty, and her two naughty twin brothers, Upin and Ipin. – Malaysian Animation

14. A Folded Wish (2020)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Nur Halimah Abdul Halim

A set of twin sisters makes an effort to create 1,000 origami cranes to fend off a terminal illness. The story, which is set in the 1940s in Japan during (World War II) laments the world’s devastation brought on by the fatal disease TB. Many patients were confined to staying at home till they passed away from the sickness. This historical fact served as the foundation for the movie.- Malaysian Animation

15. Changing Batteries (2015)

Director: Casandra N.G.

A help-o bot is sent to an old woman in the heat because her son is unable to visit her. Her affection for it grows after hearing a tragic tale. – Malaysian Animation


16. BoBoiBoy Movie 2 (2019)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Nizam Razak

Retak’ka, a bad guy who first used BoBoiBoy’s elemental abilities, has attacked BoBoiBoy and his buddies. He wants to reclaim his elemental abilities from BoBoiBoy so he can rule the galaxy and become the most powerful being. BoBoiBoy must work with his companions to destroy Retak’ka before his abilities end up in the wrong hands. – Malaysian Animation

17. Hogie the globehopper (TV Series 2016)

Director: Ian Fung Chong

Along with his companions, Hogie journeys across the globe. He travels to far-off places, explores them, and gains a thorough understanding of their cultures. – Malaysian Animation

18. Batik Girl (Short 2018)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Irwan Junaidy

A little girl who is having trouble adjusting to a recent loss finds herself lured into a wonderful world within a batik painting. – Malaysian Animation

19. Bola Kampung: The Movie (2013)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Chong Tee Chua

Amanda, a young princess from the online game “Kingdom Hill,” was dispatched to Gong Lechar Village to locate the fabled “Solar Hero,” the one who would have saved her son from danger. – Malaysian Animation

20. Oh! La La (2015)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Abdul Rahman Sallehudin

The rivalry between bands reaches a pinnacle in a world of music, color, and competitive spirit, and competition is called to settle the score on the biggest stage of them all. In this musical comedy about love, trust, and discovering what it takes to succeed in the big one, join Dompok and his motley group of dreamers, realists, and ultimately friends as they work to combine their love for the symphony, search for identity, and yearning for success. – Malaysian Animation

21. Budak lapok (2007)

Director: Anwardi Jamil

In the 2007 film Budak Lapok, Ramlee, Aziz, and Sudin, three of their closest friends, reside in the village of Kampung Sebatang Pinang. They were preparing to play in an intervillage football game, but they also entered a theater competition to win over three girls. – Malaysian Animation

22. SuperSquad (2014)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Mohd Rashdan Ramlee

This film, which is based on the well-known animated series, is about an extraterrestrial invasion of Kuala Lumpur and a war in space between an alien settlement and the metropolis. – Malaysian Animation

23. Exit: A Graduation Film (2013)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Pei San Chua

The last person to leave the parking lot at night is Mike, the cranky debt collector. The only sounds were the auto-pay machine rumbling and the echo of his footsteps hitting the cold, hard concrete floor. He’s not alone, though. – Malaysian Animation

24. Rahsia Rimba (2022)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Analisa Atang

Kedek makes an excursion into the forest where she establishes a connection with her ancestors and her native identity. To protect her community, she draws strength from her ancestors and the forest spirits. – Malaysian Animation

25. Trese (TV Series 2021)

Malaysian Animation

Director: David Hartman

Alexandra Trese finds herself battling a criminal underworld made up of evil supernatural beings in Manila, where mythical creatures from Philippine folklore hide among humans. – Malaysian Animation

26. BoBoiBoy (TV Series 2011)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Kee Yong Pin

A young child named Boboiboy learned that an alien was attempting to invade their world. Ochobot, a robot, grants Boboiboy and his friend the ability to save the planet. – Malaysian Animation

27. SheZow (TV Series 2012)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Gillian Carr

Both Guy Hamdon and his twin sister Kelly learn that Aunt Agnes was the renowned superheroine SheZow when they inherit her house. Guy, who has doubts about that, dons SheZow’s ring as a joke only to be shocked to discover that he has been changed into the superheroine.

The guy must take on his Aunt’s heritage and use his newly discovered abilities, gadgets, and pink super suit to battle the forces of evil in Megadale. Guy learns that the excitement ahead is worth the tiny price of his identity’s feminine motif thanks to Kelly and his closest friend Maz’s assistance in this mission. – Malaysian Animation

28. The King of Fighters: Destiny (TV Series 2017)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Leon Ha

In South Town, Kyo must run into Terry, another tough combatant, as the show progresses. Ten years had gone since the event that permanently altered his life. – Malaysian Animation

29. Chuck Chicken (TV Series 2015)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Chuck Adoodledoo

On the island of rocky perch, resident birds are protected by security firm owner Chuck Adoodledoo and his friends using kung fu. – Malaysian Animation

30. Kuu Kuu Harajuku (TV Series 2015)

Malaysian Animation

Director: Gillian Carr

The exploits of G, Love, Angel, Music, Baby, and their hapless manager Rudie, who all reside in the cutesy Harajuku World, are chronicled in Kuu Kuu Harajuku. The buddies join the band HJ5 together, but they never seem to have a chance to perform at any of the shows they schedule. – Malaysian Animation