- See Malawi for the country.
Mallawi (Coptic: "the place of textile"; ⲙⲁⲛ – "place of", ⲗⲁⲩ – "textile") is in Middle Egypt.
Inside a farm area, the town produces textiles and handicrafts.
The city is served by railway services. The 1 Train station is described as a nice place.
- 1 Mallawi Museum. Established in 1963 to house finds from local excavations, it held an important collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts until it was looted in August 2013. Over 1000 pieces were stolen or destroyed in the looting, but around half of those have since been recovered.
- El-Ashmunein, with the remains of the temple of Thoth, is about 7 km northwest.