US President Barack Obama left Malaysia on Monday, bound for the Philippines.
Obama's visit to Malaysia was the first by a US President in nearly 50 years.
He wrapped up his stay in Malaysia, the third stop on a four-country swing through Asia, with a business-related event on Monday morning.
Obama then left for the Philippines, where he is expected to announce a 10-year security agreement that would allow for a larger US military presence there amid the Philippines' increasingly tense territorial disputes with China.
The agreement will give American forces temporary access to selected military camps and allow them to preposition fighter jets and ships.
The accord is a centrepiece of Obama's effort to highlight the US military's commitment to the security of Asian allies as China takes aggressive actions in territorial disputes.