Today, Malaysians go to the polls to decide on the government for the next five years. Currently, the caretaker government is the National Front (Barisan Nasional) which has ruled the country for more than five decades since Malaysia's independence in 1957.
Will Barisan Nasional continue it's 'reign' or will Malaysia see a new government from the Opposition (Pakatan Rakyat or People's Alliance) occupying Putrajaya?
We will know the results tonight..
Candidates are vying for 222 parliamentary seats and 505 state seats which means some polling centres will have two ballot boxes.
Several states in the country have declared today or Monday a public holiday. Sunday is a workday in some states.
Balloting is from 8am to 5pm. Schools have been used as ballot centres.