White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Monday that Trump had spoken with Macron.
Welcoming Macron, Chair of United Kingdom based Sikh Federation Amrik Singh said: "We have been in regular contact with Sikhs in France and understand his political position on many issues could result in improvements for the small minority Sikh community in France in terms of religious freedoms".
In his victory speech, Macron vowed to "rebuild the relationship between Europe and the peoples that make it".
Whilst many presumed that Macron's youth would attract mainly young supporters, the most fervent voters for the new French president were those aged 70 and above with 78 per cent of elderly French men and women voting for him and supporting his platform.
Trump had previously expressed support for Marine Le Pen because she was "strongest on borders, and she's the strongest on what's been going on in France".
Paul Ryan, the US House speaker, also took to Twitter to congratulate Macron: "Congratulations to Emmanuel Macron".
While Trump has vowed to put "America first", curtail immigration and free trade, and Britain has turned its back on the EU, Macron has pledged economic reforms for a France at the heart of the European project, reports AFP. "I look very much forward to working with him".
Chinese President Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory message to Macron, Geng said at a daily Press briefing.
He underlined the strong people-to-people ties between the two countries, with Singapore hosting one of the largest communities of French nationals in Asia.
He too noted the multi-faceted and longstanding partnership between the two countries, which led to the Singapore-France Joint Declaration on Strategic Partnership being signed in 2012.
However, his approach on Tuesday was not immediately welcomed with open arms.
Overnight he appeared side-by-side with outgoing president Francois Hollande - his former mentor - at a commemoration of the end of World War II.