Counting in Malay (

Bahasa Melayu) in a lot of ways is more systematic than English. Unfortunately, all of the simple numbers are

polysyllabic, which can make the larger numbers a bit of a mouthful.

Zero Kosong
One Satu
Two Dua
Three Tiga
Four Empat
Five Lima
Six Enam
Seven Tujuh
Eight Lapan
Nine Sembilan
Ten Sepuluh ("Se" is a contraction for "One")
Eleven Sebelas ("belas" is equivalent to "teen")
Twelve Dua belas
...
Twenty Dua puluh ("puluh" = "tens")
Twenty-One Dua puluh satu
...
Thirty Tiga puluh
...
One Hundred Seratus ("ratus" = "hundred")
Two Hundred Dua ratus
...
Five hundred and thirty six = Lima ratus tiga puluh enam

For simplicity, I've separated the components of the numbers above, but sometimes they are contracted e.g. "Dua belas" may be seen written as "duabelas"