The Kijang Emas is a gold bullion coin struck by the Royal Mint of Malaysia. It was first issued in 2001. The purity is 999,9 (24 karat). Its weights are 1/4, 1/2 and ounce, with denominations of 50, 100 and 200 Ringgit.
The obverse of shows barking deer (“kijang”) in the Malaysian jungle. It also bears the inscription of Bank Negara Malaysia (Central Bank of Malaysia). The reverse depicts the hibiscus, Malaysia’s national flower, together with the denomination, face value and the “Malaysian Central Bank” in Arabic (Jawi) writing. The second part of the name, Emas, is Malaysian for gold.
The coin is distributed in Malaysia by Maybank.