The flag of Malaysia features a field of dark blue with a series of horizontal stripes. There are 14 stripes in total, representing the 13 states and the Federal Territories. The stripes alternate in color between red and white, with the top and bottom stripes being red.
In the upper-left corner, there is a yellow crescent moon with a 14-pointed star inside it. The crescent and star are traditional symbols of Islam, which is the predominant religion in Malaysia. The blue field represents the unity of the Malaysian people, while the red and white stripes symbolize courage and purity, respectively.