Spurred by the recent discussion about the politicization of Malaysian history (see here and the comments section here), I just added three websites to the links list, both concerning the history of Malaysia.
Sejarah Melayu (or the Malay History) is an informative site by Sabri Zain, a writer, who has quite neatly presented ancient Malaysia in topical formats, including the Early Malay Kingdoms, Buddhist empires and the Melaka Sultanate, supplemented with archaeological evidence.
For a more chronological overview of Malaysian history, the Malaysian Timeline is just that – a timeline of Malaysia from prehistory to modern times. It’s only split into five sections, but they provide a good overview of Malaysia’s past.
Finally, the Malay Concordance Project at the Australian National University is an online resource for scholars studying classical Malay texts.
– Early History (The Encyclopedia of Malaysia) by Nik Hassan Shuhaimi Nik Abdul Rahman (Ed)
– The Malay Sultanates 1400-1700 (The Encyclopedia of Malaysia)