Try your luck in Malaysia
When visiting Malaysia and in your exploration, you will definitely notice places filled with people during evening time. These are 4D gaming outlets which are a hit among Malaysian Chinese and India. The Malays do not play 4D game because it is against their religion. If playing lottery or lotto is not against your faith, you may want to try your luck with Malaysia 4D games.
4D is basically a number forecast game, where you place a RM1 (USD0.30) bet on a 4 digit number with 3 license Operators, namely, Magnum 4D, Damacai 1+3D, and Sports Toto. Upon placing your bet for draw on every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. Occasionally on Tuesday as Special Draw. You can check if your number win in the evening by 8pm. It is this little fun that may add excitement during your stay in Malaysia. If you are indeed so lucky that your number strike the top prizes (1st, 2nd or 3rd), you stand to win RM3500, RM2000 and RM1000 respectively if you played “small” with your RM1 bet. Playing “big” entitles you to special prizes and consolation prizes, but your winning is lesser. For precise payout, you can check out at these gaming outlets.
With a RM1 bet, enjoy the trill and excitement, which may turnout to be your most memorable moment in Malaysia. Dont worry if you win big, all your prizes winning is payable in full and it is tax-free. Of course, we are not expecting you to bet on many numbers, it is suggested for the fun of playing, not really about winning big money. If you wish to win lots of money, you should consider visiting Genting Highland and play in the only Casino in Malaysia.
Placing a bet is simple, simply write your desired 4 digit in any paper and pass it to counter with a minimum RM1 bet. You will be given a ticket in return. Keep the ticket and check the draw result in the evening via many 4D results website or got hold of next day newspaper.
Apart from 4D, these Number Forecast Operators also offer other games such as 5D, 6D, Jackpot, Toto 6/52, 6/58 etc, which promises much higher payout. We do not encourage you to try these, as it is not our intention to see you gamble, but rather, we hope you experience a more localised Malaysian lifestyle.