Why there are two Malaysia?

Do not be ridiculous, of course there isn't two Malaysias! There is only one, however, before Malaysia declared independance from England, or the UK, it was known as Malaya. Malaysia is also joined to Singapore by a very long bridge, in which, you can travel on, to get to one or the other country. However passports are required for this action, and it often does take a reasonable amount of time, occasionally taking over 1 hour to be declared from one custom, and another hour or so for the other. It really depends on the time you go through. It is advised that you do not go through the customs in early morning or at night, as many people drive, or travel by motorbike to go to work in the other country.