Bulan Bahasa 2022's Creative Identity
Bulan Bahasa (Malay Language Month) was first launched in 1988 by the Malay Language Council, Singapore, as an initiative to encourage the Malay community to embrace the Malay language in their daily lives. Users of the Malay language are heirs of the rich Malay language, and can ensure the continuity of the language through continuous usage.
Since 2011, Bulan Bahasa has become an annual event. The various activities of Bulan Bahasa have been created to promote and instil greater confidence in and mastery of the Malay language.
Click here to download the 2018 version of the Bulan Bahasa song, Bahasa Menjunjung Budaya. Click here to view the 2021 version, and here to download it.
This year, Bulan Bahasa will be taking place from 13 August to 9 October 2022! A myriad of activities for you and your family await you throughout these months! More updates can be found on our social media page, @bulanbahasa on Instagram.
Bulan Bahasa 2022 Programmes
Thank you to all partners who attended the Bulan Bahasa 2022 Partners' Briefing Session 2022!
Rakan Bahasa 2022 Nominations
Rakan Bahasa 2022 nominations has closed. More details can be found under the Rakan Bahasa tab here.
‘Cita. Citra. Cinta. Bahasa Kita.’
The Bulan Bahasa theme, 'Cita. Citra. Cinta. Bahasa Kita.', reflects the dynamism of the Malay language as we move towards a new era.
‘Cita’ encapsulates the aspiration of the community to maintain the relevance of the Malay language. ‘Citra’ underscores the diversity in the usage and adaptation of the language, as a window to knowledge and vehicle of communication. ‘Cinta’ emphasises the need to cultivate the love and appreciation for the Malay language.
Watch the Bulan Bahasa Launch programme on meWATCH here. The Bulan Bahasa Launch 2022 was televised on Mediacorp Suria on 3 Sep 2022 at 8.30pm. Revolving around the theme 'Cita. Citra. Cinta. Bahasa Kita', the launch will highlight the richness of the Malay language and culture with appearances by community partners, Rakan Bahasa (Friends of the Language) and Duta Bahasa (Language Ambassadors), Fir Rahman and Hans Hamid.
Bulan Bahasa 2020
Bulan Bahasa 2019
Bulan Bahasa 2018
Bulan Bahasa 2017
Bulan Bahasa 2016
Bulan Bahasa 2015
Bulan Bahasa 2015