Selangor - Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur - Penang - Pahang
Negeri Sembilan -
Malacca - Johore - Sabah - Sarawak - Others


Persekutuan Judo Malaysia (PJM)
(Malaysia Judo Federation)
Lot 2, 1st Floor, Wisma O.C.M.
Jalan Hang Jebat
50150 Kuala Lumpur



Contact: Mr. Mariappan (Executive Secretary)

Footnote: Judo Associations and Clubs who act as state controlling bodies in their respective areas are members of PJM and shall be known as Affiliates and other members may join as Associates. Affiliates are represented by four Council members who attend meetings and help in the activities of the PJM. The PJM administration is by an executive board whose members are elected by the Council members from candidates proposed by the State Affiliates. A full time Executive Secretary sees to the daily affairs of the PJM.

The PJM is also a member of the Olympic Sports Council (OCM) of Malaysia and promotes Judo in the country. This includes coordinating with the government National Sports Council (NSC) whose financial and other support is most welcome in all sports bodies.

Malaysia Judo Black Belt Association(MJBA)
No. 4-3-5 Jalan Raksa 8, Taman Aman
Off Jalan Landasan
41300 Klang
Selangor, D.E.


6 03-33436609

Contact: Mr. Toh Kek Keong (012-2118678)
  Mr. Ronnie Koh (019-2773443)

The association has been formed by a group of dedicated Black Belt judokas, some of whom are highly ranked in the country. All Judo Black Belts and any other Judokas are welcome to participate in the association to promote Judo further. Among its aim is to provide technical knowledge of Judo, and to help start Judo Dojos wherever there are interested parties in any areas. It s hoped that Judo Black Belts having attained the status, will willingly impart their experience and volunteer to train new Judokas who may be the future champions to represent the states and Malaysia. To this end, the MJBA will endeavor to provide Judogis and training mats at very reasonable cost and conduct grading promotion if necessary. The MJBA will be able to help in the start-up of judo clubs in terms of government registration pertaining to rules and regulations as well as help to draft new Constitution for any club or association.



Selangor Judo Club (SJC)
Selangor D.E.


Footnote: The SJC is Malaysia’s first and premier Judo club, founded on October 25th 1951. From the SJC emerged the many Judokas who helped to start Judo clubs in other areas of the country. The founder of SJC, Kpt. (retired) Khor Ghoon Hoe, was also one of the original founders of the Judo movement in Malaysia. Sadly, Mr. Khor, an 8th Dan Black Belt holder, the highest Judo ranking in the country at the time of his demise, passed away on October 1999, having dedicated his whole life to Judo. His legacy is the many practicing Judokas of today and Mr. Khor certainly merits being known as the “Father of Judo” in Malaysia. His colleagues Mr. Wong Sik Pui and Mr. Choy Wai Kong, both 6th Dan Black Belts are still involved with Judo.

Ding Martial Art Gymnasium
3 Jalan SS 4D/2, Taman People's Park
47301 Petaling Jaya
Selangor D.E.

Tel: 03-78045363
Fax: 03-78756441
Contact: Mr. Ricky Ding - Tel: 019-3912299
Judo: Mr. Ronnie Koh - Tel: 016-2277733
  Mr. Master Choy Wai Kong(6th Dan) - Tel: 013-3947654

Footnote: The Ding Martial Art Gym is exactly what its name implies, a center of excellence where there are many martial arts activities to learn, including Judo, Aikido, Jujitsu, Brasilian Jujitsu, Taekwondo, and many others. Each art is taught by qualified Masters (Senseis) in their respective arts.

The Judo classes are conducted under the auspices of the Malaysia Judo Black Belt Association (MJBA). Many Black belt instructors are on hand to provide the necessary expertise to take a beginner or advance student through the various aspects of Judo training. Chief Instructor Master Choy Wai Kong, 6th Dan and Technical Adviser Master Wong Sik Poi, 6th Dan, are well qualified to impart their knowledge and discipline to the students. The training Dojo area is clean and spacious and changing toilets are available. Children and adults, males and females are welcome to join the Judo class. Current training is conducted every Saturday (4.00 pm - 6.00 pm).

Klang Judo Association
ITSP Asia Bldg.
57-58 Jalan Bukit Kuda
41300 Klang
(near Great Wall Shopping & opposite Kong Hoe School)





Contact: Mr. Toh Kek Keong - Tel: 012-2118678

Foreword: A Judo training Dojo has been established in Klang under the auspices of the Malaysia Judo Black Belt Association (MJBA). The ITSP building where the Dojo is located on the 2nd floor, also conveniently houses a computer training center where kids of all ages may study about computers, and take up Judo as a discipline. The Chief Judo Instructor is Master Toh Kek Keong, 6th Dan, a well known and qualified Judo master. All are welcome to join and learn the gentle art of self-defence, as well build self confidence and enjoy good health through Judo exercise. Master Toh is very dedicated to the promotion of Judo and students will benefit from his experience. Judo classes are currently being conducted as follows:


5:00pm to 7:00pm

Sunday 3:00pm to 5:00pm

Monday, Wednesday, Friday = Optional classes depending on attendance
(8.00 pm to 10.00 pm)


Judo Association of the Federal Territory (JAFT)
No. 1, Jalan Jaya Baru 3A
Taman Jaya, Cheras
56000 Kuala Lumpur



Contact: Mr. Goh Thong Mong
  Mr. David Goh – Tel: 013-3314699

Footnote: The JAFT may be considered the most active Judo club professionally run by 7th Dan Sensei and Mahaguru Mr. Goh Thong Mong and his son, David. The senior Sensei Goh has indeed devoted his whole life in the promotion of Judo, and runs many Judo clubs in schools, as well as the YMCA Judo club (Kuala Lumpur). Continuing in the tradition of his father, son David has help to set up the JAFT Judo Academy. Judo teams, both seniors and juniors from JAFT, have often emerged as champions in the annual National Judo Contest.

YMCA Judo Club
No. 95, Jalan Padang Belia
Kuala Lumpur



Contact: Mr. David Goh


Penang Judo Association (PJA)
No. 5, Barnett Road
10450 Penang

Tel: 04-2261009


Contact: Mr. Chuah Ghee Huat (Hon. Secretary)

Footnote: The PJA formerly known as Penang Judo Club (PJC) is one of the oldest and active Judo club where Judokas can practice at. Mr. Johnny Khoo, the President of the PJA, is also the President of the Judo umbrella body, PJM and who holds a high Dan Black Belt himself, having trained in Japan.

Bukit Mertajam Judo Club



Contact: Mr. Raymond Hooi

Footnote: Mr. Raymond is an excellent sportsman who has vast experience from his Judo school days at the YMCA Kuala Lumpur, where he was taught by Sensei Goh Thong Mong. Mr. Raymond has recently started a small Judo Dojo at his home while the main BM Judo club is run at a school nearby. Mr. Raymond is also quite well known around the Penang area, providing a physio massage service to improve one’s health or recovery from injuries or surgeries.


Pahang Judo Association (PJA)
Lot 268, Tingkat 2, Jalan Air Putih
Kuantan 25300, Pahang

Tel: 0169218899


Contact: Khoo Teng Khoon (President)
Mailing Add: F90, Tingkat 1, Kuantan Parade, Jalan Haji Abdual Rahman, 2500 Kuantan, Pahang

Footnote: The Pahang Judo Association was formed in the year 2006 by a dedicated Judoka, Mr Khoo Teng Khoon, a businessman. Master Khoo formerly trained under Master Goh Thong Mong 7th Dan, and currently President of the Federal Territory Judo Association. In a short space of time Master Khoo has achieved much, with demonstations in martial arts at shopping complex, and there are now more than 30 judokas training at the Dojo in Kuantan. The PJA judokas have achieved grades up to Orange belts and has a senior Blue Belt judoka from Melaka Judo Association, to help in the training and running the Dojo. For those interested in learning the Judo art of self defence, please contact the Pahang Judo Association.


Negeri Sembilan Judo Association (NSJA)
75 Jalan Tuanku Munawir
Bukit Lemond
70000 Seremban
Negeri Sembilan D.K.



Contact: Mr. Lee Wing Fook (Coach) - Tel: 016-2734977

Footnote: Coach Lee Wing Fook has almost single handedly run the Judo club by volunteering his time and effort to train Judokas. Coach Lee’s efforts has paid off with his Judokas winning at National level Judo championships and being selected for national centralised training to represent the country.

Training Days are:


3:30pm to 6:00pm and 7:30pm to 9:30pm

Tuesdays 3:30pm to 6:00pm
Wednesdays 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Thursdays 3:30pm to 6:00pm


Malacca State Judo Association (MSJA)
27 Jalan Munshi Abdullah
75100 Melaka


06-2822701 / 012-6314994

Fax: 06-2815328
Contact: Mr. Lee Khim Seng (Hon. Secretary)

Footnote: The MSJA is fortunate to have a team of dedicated Judo senseis to conduct training sessions. The NSJA has also given us the highest rated IJF referee in Mr. Lee Khim Seng with an “A” licence. The President of NSJA is the well-known former sportsman elite and current politician and State Assemblyman, Datuk Wira Gan Boon Leong, whose support of various sports association including Judo, is legendary. One only has to shake hands with Datuk Wira Gan, to know his “grip” is real.


Johore Bahru Judo Association (JBJA)
22 Jalan Rumbia 46
Taman Daya
81100 Johore Bahru



Contact: Mr. Rizal Patrick Nathan - Tel: 019-7170088

Footnote: The JBJA has a colourful character in Mr. Patrick Nathan who is involved not only in Judo, but other sports bodies such as Taekwondo. A dedicated man, Mr. Patrick’s involvement with Judo goes back a long way, and could be said to be a pioneer during those early days. Another keen Judoka associated with the JBJA is Encik Mat Saher Haji Rashid, who is still practicing Judo and recently obtained his Black Belt in year 2000 at a ripe age of 70 years old. Just goes to show that Judo will keep a person really fighting fit and healthy.


Sabah Judo Association (SJA)
P.O. Box 11555
88817 Kota Bahru



Contact: Mr. Kee Kian Chung - Tel: 019-8106270

Footnote: The SJA (Sabah) although from East Malaysia, has always given their support, especially in attending the PJM meetings which involve a high expense in travel. The SJA has consistently participated in the National Judo Contest by sending a team all the way to the location of the contest. For their efforts, certainly many of the SJA Judokas have won honours at the Championships.


Sarawak Judo Association (SJA)
205, Taman Mimpi
Lorong 14A, Jalan Stapok
93150 Kuching

Tel: 082-423143
Contact: Mr. Francis Chan



Contact: Mr. Francis Chan

Footnote: The SJA (Sarawak) from another state of East Malaysia, faces the same problem of travel to participate in the PJM activities. Nonetheless, with dedication and keen effort from the officials and team Judokas, the SJA (Sarawak) has produced Judo champions in the form of the well known Bong brother and sister. Both siblings have represented Malaysia at international Judo Championships and brought honours to the country by winning medals.


Persatuan Judo Angkatan Tentera Malaysia (ATM)
KD Pelandok
Kolej Tentera Laut DiRaja
Pangkalan TLDM
32100 Lumut
Perak D.R.



Contact: Lt. Dya Saiful Azmi
  Kdr. Eui Lin Choon

Footnote: Fearsome competitors would be an apt description for the ATM (The Arm Forces) Judo team, whenever participating in local Judo championships including the National Judo Contest. Many top Judokas representing the country has been produced by the ATM training program. Needless to say, the Judo movement welcomes the involvement of the ATM and the government support, to continue developing the future Judokas.

Kelab Judo Kastam & Eksais, Diraja Malaysia (Royal Custom)
Akademi Kastam DiRaja Malaysia
Peti Surat 160
Bukit Baru
75732 Melaka



Contact: Dr. Sai

Footnote: Another government body, the Royal Custom Judo Club has been providing Judo training for their staff and previously participated in all PJM activities. It appears to continue the Judo tradition and with the help of sensei Dr. Sai, new judokas are being trained.

NOTE: This is by no means a complete description of the clubs and associations in Malaysia, and it is hoped that current and other Judo Clubs can contribute further news, additions, information and updates. In providing these write-ups, any inaccuracies are unintended, and it would be appreciated that any mistakes be pointed out, in order that corrections may be made.









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