Malay and Indonesian are considered to be very phonetically spelled with the usually cited exception being that orthographic "e" can represent either
In both orthographies the sound
/ŋ/ is represented with the digraph "ng".
But is it guaranteed that every case of orthographic "ng" is pronounced as
/ŋ/ or are there cases, assumedly at syllable edges, where orthographic "ng" is actually
/ŋg/ is possible and is spelled "ngg". Also I believe there are a bunch of sandhi/assimilation rules involving nasals, but I haven't learned those yet.)