Malaysia Vacation Travel Video Guide

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selamat datang welcome to Malaysia an exotic world located in the far east full of tradition at history a fascinating country that also boasts rare wildlife and a colorful underwater world Peninsular Malaysia pure Asia situated between Thailand and Singapore we begin our journey in Malacca this the oldest city on the southwest coast of the peninsula has 600 years of history and took a major part in the founding of Malaysia both portuguese and jesuit settlers lived here for 130 years and introduced their culture to this region the city's history dates back to fourteen hundred and three when hindu prince Parameshwara of the Sri Vijaya realm in Sumatra established a Sultanate here in 1641 the Dutch followed the Portuguese and for 154 years ruled from the start reefs in Malacca the tiny melaka river wound its way through the city or to put it another way the city evolved along the river from which its wealth was derived and from here courageous seafarers plied their trade with the audience the Chinese dominated area of the city extends across the opposite banks of the river where the mainly two-story residential and business premises are densely packed together the jung-hoon temple is one of the oldest temples in Malaysia and nearby is the kampung kling mosque which is of ancient Samar Turan design the former ascender a tiny pirates retreat into that of a Sultan's prosperous trading port and from where various rulers of the Seas turned him a lacquer into a place of history truly became the cradle of Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 'he's modern capital city is relatively young it originated from the middle of the 19th century at the junction of two rivers chinese pioneers discovered an abundance of minerals here since then however things have much improved in kuala lumpur is now one of the cleanest cities in the world with two steel towers as its unmistakable landmark connected by an impressive bridge just a few minutes away the contrast couldn't be greater a malaysian village in Kampung Baru chickens freely crossed the street and the local people live in well-ordered houses and enjoy a calm way of life no hustle and bustle here in the background of tall skyscrapers at a television mast overlooks this traditional village set within the city the old Margie Janek mosque is situated in the center of the city on the junction of the gone back and killing rivers at the precise spot where the city was founded located on a tongue of land formed by both rivers amid the city's skyscrapers it's a sacred place that's extremely popular with the faithful several prayer halls and an inner courtyard that contains palm trees make the mosque a tranquil oasis no Decca's square the square of Independence is at the colonial heart of the city in 1957 the Union Jack was replaced by the Malaysian flag each of the buildings around the square was influenced by the architecture of the Mughals combined with Victorian design the splendid sultan abdul samad building was designed in 1897 by architect AC Norman with onion shape tires and a central clock tower the place where once colonial administration was conducted is now the courts of justice at the southern end of the square a too-small colonial administrative buildings that have been transformed into museums particularly impressive of a futuristic looking mix of traditional building materials of steel and glass a small white building is located on the northern edge of the square some Mary's Cathedral a Victorian design following Sunday Mass the British colonial community ventured through the tropical heat to a nearby club music has always played an important role in Malaysia's religious ceremonies as well as being an essential ingredient in traditional dance forms and shadow puppet theatre Allegiance dance at every opportunity although traditional clothing and dance styles change from region to region they always convey the same expressions love emotion a little surprising the main Hindu temple is situated in Chinatown the sri mahamariamman temple dedicated to the goddess of rain maria man the Hindu gods ride dance and meditate in colorful paintings above the entrance to the temple as well as within each day faithful Hindus bring Garland's of flowers and other items to honor the gods always assisted by holy men marry a man is worshipped in order to protect against disease and misfortune many other gods are also worshipped here built in 1880 one of the city's oldest Chinese places of worship is that CEO temple that is located close to the central markets in Chinatown the temple is said to have been founded by a Chinaman Kappa app Arlo and the lighting of fumigants is believed to bring financial success in the 19th century many Chinese immigrated here as their homeland was rife with war soon they controlled both Trade and Industry however in addition to the economic success the Chinese have always been a devout people of their temples they usually kept very busy little remains of the Chinatown of old most of the city's typical shop houses buildings with shops on the ground floor and apartments on the upper floor have since made way for modern buildings only a few of the older buildings have survived the building boom of recent years a monorail is the city's most recent mode of transport it provides a good over ground view of the city a futuristic city needs a will for hard transport system so the separation of the monorail from the main traffic routes proved to be a good decision the city's inhabitants are used to their elevated trains for them only one thing is important the expansion of the city they're proud of their newly built skyscrapers city districts and contemporary transport systems set high on the south of the city is the istana negara the official residence of yonder patois an argon King of Malaysia this building was originally the residence of a wealthy Chinaman but in 1926 it was transformed into the palace of the Sultan's of Selangor it's protected by guards in shining white uniforms the representative head of Malaysia is elected by the country's 13 Sultan's they always select one of their own and he reigns for five years a breathtaking spectacle of color greets those who visit the ever faded TR whole temple that is situated close to the royal palace the faithful are welcomed in the courtyard by the numerous images of various gods this temple is also popular for wedding ceremonies each post of this splendid temple complex was donated by a number of Chinese multimillionaires its construction was extremely costly the city's inhabitants come here to worship the goddess qui in and pray for wealth and good fortune seems that many of the prayers have been answered judging by the fine skyscrapers of this impressive city and everywhere sacrifices are offered here religion is part of the everyday life of the people the view above the city's many beautiful golden roofs is quite unique it's not surprising that Tian ho is one of the most beautiful temples in Asia the station dates back to 1910 and is one of the city's most famous buildings with its colors and minarets it's more like a Sultan's palace British architect ad hullick was responsible for its design according to Victorian building regulations the roof had to be built strong enough to support one meter of snow in this tropical climate that seemed a mite overcautious on bukit nanas pineapple Hill is the menara KL in 1996 it was the third highest tower in the world and the tallest in Asia Rd any other capital city on earth offers as many contrasting sights and multicultural impressions tradition history the past and the future each one is united here close to the capital of the batu caves a central place of culture for Malaya's hindus 272 steps need up to the huge limestone caves above in 1879 they became world famous when american explorer William horribie was shown the cave system by the local people soon afterwards the caves were consecrated as Hindu temples and since then many of the faithful come here to sacrifice flowers and to visit the shrine of Subramanyam threw a rock chimney daylight penetrates one of the upto 100 meter deep dripstone caves that form a labyrinth on our journey north to the Cameron Highlands we encounter one of the country's last remaining basket makers once there were more than 30 but today only three they produce the material by hand with some assistance from machines hand crafts have a long tradition here the winding road travels higher and higher and we stopped at Lutter Iskandar a huge waterfall of which the water is most refreshing the water masses plunge down in spectacular fashion here and the tropical rainforest mountains waterfalls are commonplace yet there's also an abundance of rain after negotiating further bends in the road the first Hut's of the Orang Asli appear a tribe that has inhabited this remote area for centuries they proudly demonstrate their traditional tribal clothing and perform their hunting skills with a blue tube the skill mastered by each male member of the tribe orang asli the original people are the indigenous inhabitants of the island who live in the remoteness of the forests finally we reach ringlets the first large settlement of the Cameron Highlands at first sight ring net looks like a small town that could be situated virtually anywhere it has a market place in which the vegetables fruit fresh food and fish are offered for sale not long ago this was a natural wilderness on the banks of a small water reservoir as the Edyta lake us a typical English country house set in the highlands wealthy colonial landlords once sheltered here from the scorching hot summers of the Logans although the sky is often covered by cloud and it rains almost every day since 1926 tea has been cultivated in the Cameron Highlands the mild and rainy climate is ideal for its growth British surveyor William Cameron discovered this region in 1885 soon afterwards it's wooded hills were transformed into tea plantations that now attract tourists from all over the world around 13 kilometers away and hundreds of meters higher is tanah rata the main town of the cameron highlands here there are numerous administrative buildings of police force and hospital the small town is surrounded by tea plantations as well as modern hotel complexes and holiday villages the road continues higher and higher into the hilly landscape this remote region contains a well-known tea destination the boaty Center is situated with a huge plantation the tea story of the Highlands began in 1929 when young British er John Archibald Russell recognised that the region's climate and landscape were perfect for the cultivation of tea luscious green tea bushes cover the hills the harvest continues throughout the year and the tea that is cultivated here supplies the whole of Malaysia originally the workers here came from India and settled on the tea plantations brinchang is the final destination of our tour through the Highlands the green setter here there are a number of show farms that are open to the public such as that of cactus Valley it features a large variety of remarkable cactus plants some of which are 60 years old the Rose Center covers a hilltop ten wide levels lead up to the main vantage point and everywhere there are roses more than a hundred species a further attraction of this tourist center is the butterfly garden a paradise for those interested in blossoms and butterflies numerous exotic butterflies can be seen here they're attracted to the various scents and blossoms we also appreciate the tropical splendor of the blossom back in the lowlands we visit Kelly's castle on our journey to the north of the peninsula a Scottish millionaire plan to have a second home built here but it remained incomplete William Kelly Smith became prosperous due to the mining of tin and the production of rubber in 1915 construction of his fantasy castle began he wanted it to be a magnificent building with moorish windows towers halls wine cellars and secret corridors but before it was completed Kari passed away prior to reaching I Pau we visit the Chinese and Buddhist cave temples of Sampat on its facade and buildings give no hint of what lies within but inside the huge dripstone caves temples were built along with several altars and gilded deities a Chinese monk discovered these adjoining caves there are also open-air temple complexes ideal for peace and contemplation Ipoh is the third largest city in Malaysia it's located on the main railroad between North and South and it's station is like a shining white palace the city was founded more than a hundred years ago during the tin boom the largest tin deposits in the world brought much prosperity here located in the center of the old town is the state mosque and opposite a clock to her the city grew rapidly and religious tolerance went without question the former wealth of this city of millionaires is still evident today by the city's former splendid colonial buildings that are gradually being renovated here there were once almost 500 tin mines that employed 80,000 workers so thousands of Chinese poured into the country the River kinter divides the city between the old and new town in which the newly arrived Chinese once settled further north we reach kuala kangsar a city in which Englishman Hugh Lowe planted the first natural rubber tree outside Brazil it's also known as the Regal City because since 1887 it's been the seat of the Sultan of Perak he resides in the Istana is Kanda Raya palace one of the main sights is the splendid obadiah mosque the most impressive mosque in Malaysia it's golden coupler is flanked by four tall minarets the interior is quite modest built in 1913 and designed by an Indian architect its facade is like something from a fairy tale the old Astana cannon GaN Palace is one of only a few traditional Malaysian residences it's constructed totally of wood and is supported unmailed by 60 posts today kuala kangsar is a place of Education the legacy of its British colonial masters was gradually adapted and merged with traditional values knowledge and education is power on the long journey to contemporary life also in nearby typing the mining of gin attracted workers from China and India from the middle of the 19th century so the city grew and grew in the former capital of the federal state of Barack there is no sign today of the conflicts of the various secret societies of the mine workers who once quarreled over mining rights only a tiny Cemetery the generously laid our Park complex of Lake Gardens bears no hint of the abandoned tin mines that were once so active here today it's covered by arcades and small bridges the large park contains typing zoo the oldest animal park in Malaysia a small train travels past elephants and flamingos the park obtained many of its ideas from various other zoos and created this wonderful wildlife sanctuary with fine enclosures and a splendid nocturnal Safari the city's inhabitants appreciate the zoo it also contains many indigenous animals further north we travel on the eastern and oriental express a nostalgic train journey with all the exotic atmosphere of colonial times the wagons of the E&O originate from New Zealand where they were in service until 1980 as the Silver Star in the luxurious restaurant car passengers a well pampered and three different types of cabin are available each with air conditioning char and WC beautiful wooden panels decorate both walls and ceilings and there's a good selection of elegant chairs in the bar and club wagons the service is exquisite there's a staff of around 45 to attend to the needs of a hundred and thirty passengers in the restaurant car beverages are served but in the well-equipped kitchen the head chef oversees the preparation of the delicious menu euro Asian cuisine with local fresh produce a first-class hotel on Rails next the diligent stewards transform the cabins comfortable seats into beds under the piano ba the evenings music and dancing begin next morning the landscape has changed green hills and endless rice fields make up this exotic region the Train moves slowly to our next destination Butterworth marks the end of the train journey from here we take a ferry boat to an island Pulau Pinang the pearl of the Orient various bicycle rickshaws await their passengers outside clan house in the 19th century this is where the country's new immigrants arrived the gland organization provided immigrants with accommodation and employment it also assisted them with contacts and even arranged funerals and memorials for the deceased the adjoining temple is richly decorated with reliefs illustrations and text of which an explanation is provided by friendly guides the ku family were among the first to settle in Penang and their ancestral gallery indicates their long history and commercial success the rickshaw drivers are at the ready finally the time has come they light up in predetermined style and the tour commences here the unique magic and magnificence of bygone Asia have survived in full entire streets appear just as they did a century and a half ago our journey travels past Victorian buildings Chinese shops Indian temples and Malaysian mosques past the noble eastern and oriental hotel that was once owned by the sakis Brothers the most successful hoteliers in colonial Asia Sarawak is located in Borneo the third largest island in the world we start our journey through this Malayan federal state in the northwest of the island in the capital Kuching in recent years the city of cats has seen much growth and modernization however the old town has retained its Chinese character for there are no traces of cats it's name originated due to a misunderstanding Chinese settlers once took part in a revolt against the sultan of brunai who owned Sarawak when British adventurer James Brooks sailed here he managed to settle the argument and consequently the various cultures and religions of the region continued harmoniously under his supervision today Islam is the country's main religion as is highlighted by the relatively new and imposing national mosque this hill became a cemetery the produce displayed in the market is extensive vegetables and fruit meat and fish and it's all very fresh Pissarro egg river divides the city in two and on one of its banks of the buildings of kampung boy and an old water town situated on a hill is fort margarita a fortress that dates back to 1841 and behind it is the new and contemporary seat of government on the opposite side of the river is the waterfront which is located outside the actual city and it's large hotels there's a promenade Moulton boat trips across the river on this side of the river is an unimportant to be building and a monument serves as a reminder of the time of the white rogers who once Reindeer his peaceful land delighted the Sultan so he presented Brooke with Sarawak in 1888 the British crown took power the British Empire had various buildings constructed and could change but its ethnic groups were content to remain within their own surroundings the city's industrial prosperity is plain to see from a boat on the Sarawak River and the South China Sea isn't very far away onboard dance adds to the pleasant evening atmosphere as the ship returns to the glimmering waterfront close to Kuching is a national institution that is popular with nature lovers from around the world first a short explanation then we enter their territory that of the forest people a rehabilitation center for Orono towns Oh in Semin go both wild and orphaned orangutans are taught how to adapt to survival in the forest have they given food and hide in the treetops during feeding time the animals can be observed and photographed most of the time they're well camouflaged high up in the trees little by little the animal handlers Rhea costume the orangutan to their natural habitat our next trip leads through the jungle to a village of the median tribe and to the border of the south Indonesian section of the island the tribe continues to live in traditional long houses and survives from agriculture and river fishing the village is situated close to the riverbank outside their dwellings grain is laid out to dry it's a common sight here the longhouses measure up to 150 meters in length and are inhabited by several families the enclosed porch in front of the living areas serves as a general living space daily life takes place outside and is a family unit the sarawak cultural village is a splendid project that provides a good insight into the Sarawak tribal life and indicates still further the cultures that exist in Borneo the museum village is located within a large natural area and is divided according to ethnic groups their post houses can also be visited the abaca Balma the tribes show off their colorful festive clothing as well as their weaving skills the traditional settlements of various tribes have been built around a lake and several times a day a sparsely dressed hunter demonstrates the art of blowpipe hunting the mirror now like it hi and their high house is situated on decorated wooden pillars at the height of the tree tops and can only be reached via a large number of wooden steps this tropical region is typical of Borneo with much water dense vegetation and an abundance of flowers the variety of building styles is an impressive sight dance performances in the large Community Theatre are a highlight of the day each ethnic group demonstrates its numerous dancers and clothing everything reflects daily life each dance movement and gesture has a special meaning and the variety of dancers is quite amazing eben Peter you are a guru Mironov Balaam and Sina each of these tribes has retained its ethnic identity and lives together in harmony and this is typical of the country as a whole the journey to the debye coast travels past traditional buildings built on posts and lush green scenery the divided region is located on the eastern side of a small Peninsula in the north of Kuching a very remote coastal area with sandy beaches and palm trees indeed the land here is so untouched that palm trees which have been uprooted by tropical storms still lie on the beach the colors of the South China Sea are truly fascinating so it's hardly surprising that international tourism is all set to discover this exotic paradise Sabbagh the land beneath the wind situated in the northeast of Borneo its capital is got a keener burrow up until the 19th century the sultan of silk and the sultan of brunai ruled over this remote region at that time European colonial rulers took power and since 1963 Sabah has formed part of Malaysia in the Kampong Waris an open-air museum the city's inhabitants have the opportunity to learn of their traditional roots eleven traditional huts of various ethnic groups such as murat basil and Kara's on a situated around a lake Kota Kinabalu has no hint of colonialism because the original town of jessalyn was completely destroyed during World War two but almost all of its buildings have been rebuilt within the city center is the wetland center a small section of the original wetland area upon which the old town was constructed on posts the remaining few buildings of the Watertown are supported by posts in the sea and are accessible by wooden plaques the beautiful City Beach with its neat promenade is very popular with the local people the large majid negara is a typical example of modern Islamic architecture most modern mosque in Malaysia can accommodate 5,000 worshippers during the day fishing boats lay at anchor in the harbor in the evening the fishermen embark on their nocturnal journey than the morning deliver fresh produce to the markets due to the scorching daytime heat the harbor's night market is a popular meeting place several market stalls sell fish and other seafood in the open air next to the market in the park Ratigan more good to displayed small kitchens offer countless tasty dishes and there's a good variety of local fruit and vegetables a real joy for the senses in the early morning we travel about 200 kilometers south into the hilly land of the morote close to 10:00 on the Malayan government created a park in which the country's flora is on show in all of its glory in the center of Tamar but onion is a lake around which grow many varieties of plot trading ships from all over the world once transported rubber trees coffee cocoa and oil palms as well as a large number of exotic flowers but the remarkable variety available is so vast that this park alone and its various gardens are unable to display as Oh many flowers next a real adventure is about to begin a journey on a small train from T Nam to bangy the diesel engine is fuels women in carriages men in open goods wagons the line follows the dust river that flows to the open sea at the Bunge terminal the diesel engine is connected to the opposite end and the return journey begins the water level constantly rises and in a few hours time t nam station will be flooded for several days with unfortunate indeed now we go on the search for traces of history the Mon sub P ad cultural village was named after the legendary warrior of the Karazhan Doosan tribe it's the Dilek setting on the banks of the Buddha tan river the colorful museum village features a tribe that lived 300 years ago here visitors can delve into the spiritual world of a bygone age there are customs and traditions stories of the headhunter months of the odd and the female high priest who once ruled the village the tranquility of this place now is so different from the living conditions of those distant times in a communal building a dance show is performed the sewers are dance from pimping the munguia girls sumon die from cadet in the north and also the angle on man guna tip from tanam in the south each dance of the various Saba tribes describing daily life from hunting to ritual ceremonies but the highlight is the house of skulls outside the village with 42 human skulls the stored beneath a roof once opiod is said to have hunted the villages enemies and the many heads demonstrate the extraordinary courage of the great warrior the loc cow a wild animal park in the south of Kuching is one of the most modern and best laid out animal parks in the region a tribute to Borneo's animal kingdom a herd of small elephant inhabits this large area and several young show that they're well and truly at home here the rare son bear also lives here orangutan czar also content although there are no jungle trees to entertain them the band Tang cow is not disturbed by the group of Gibbon monkeys that swing from one tree branch to the next but the parks biggest attraction is the proboscis monkeys that are rarely seen in the wilderness active during the day the proboscis monkey lives only in Borneo where it inhabits the coasts and lowlands only the male has this large cucumber shaped nose a Malayan Tiger what is the small train that travels through the park and experienced staff members of the zoo explain the work that is being done for the orangutan these peaceful Brown Apes live in the jungle under the closest relatives of man in the animal kingdom while seated upright in the water devouring fish large otters entertain on lookers in the northeast of sabah is the majestic Mount Kinabalu at 13432 feet above sea level the highest mountain between the Himalayas and New Guinea it rises from the tropical lowland jungle up to the sparse granite regions the huge National Park extends around the mountain the dense flora are almost every climatic zone can be found here from tropical vegetation and the plains to alpine flora a unique variety from around the world many varieties of orchid and other tropical plants are to be found on the botanical mountain garden a round trip provides us with a good insight into the park only here grows the rafflesia the largest flower in the world it grows in a year blossoms for a week and weighs nine kilograms air para pouring is situated at the edge of the park it's a place of relaxation during wartime occupation Japanese soldiers dug out hot Sulphur spring basins within the lowland jungle some years ago is a further attraction a canopy walkway was built a row of chain bridges at the height of the treetops and on narrow wooden planks we walk above the deep abyss below a nearby waterfall provides a refreshing Vista ecotourism has featured here for some time our journey ends in the extreme southeast of Sabha on Pulau Sipadan a small island just off the coast it features a paradise like underwater world like a slim rock needle the volcano's summit towers up from the water's surface 600 metres high and a coral reef has formed a mushroom like head this the only Malayan island in the ocean is like a living treasure trove of sea life here live sea animals of all kinds in well protected surroundings the steeply sloping walls of the reef are their living space for many divers from all over the world this is one of the most beautiful diving areas in the world bolillo is a country of natural wonder full of adventure a land of headhunters mysterious cultures and exotic wildlife an island far off the main tourist trail a hidden paradise set amid the South China Sea Malaysia is like a magnificent fairytale a melting pot of various cultures and ethnic groups amid abundant tropical vegetation although Malaysia has changed it hasn't forgotten the rich traditions of its indigenous tribes yet it is now a country that is travelling into a new age


39 Comments

Denis da silva lobato · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Wonderful and magnifique Malaysia.

The Emancipation of MiMi · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Goin to Malaysia this March my 2nd time 🙂 Hope to meet new Friends 🙂 from Manila <3

Ronald L. & Angela M. Vaught · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

ethiques de la reciprosity

Mohammed Ahmad Naz · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Excellent Video complete with Subtitle and in Perfect English Language. Thank you from London UK.

JC Toledo · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Malaysia truly Indonesia… always copy from Indonesia hahahaha poor malaysia

seoane miguel · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

hacen mas bien publicidaz de el hotel que de lo que me interesa

Tahia Tamanna Hasib · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Malaysia is imagine.

Gagan Gangwal · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

10:08 ;p

TJ94109SF · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

really bad music. sounds like the cheezy music inside a buffet restaurant

Wan Ahmad · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Ipoh,penang & kl,the best city in malaysia.

Asossa Abdalla · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Malaysia is a beautiful country

aram akdam · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Correction Pls: The Sultan of Sulu (Mindanao), owns Sabah.

Radya Ichwandiputra · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

can you do Jakarta?

Radya Ichwandiputra · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

can you do Indonesia?

furqanburney · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

How much it will cost if 4 adults visit Malaysia for 8 days..in US dollars excluding air tickets

the Dedi · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

malay from china

Richard Stead · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Malaysia, great place for a months holiday, which we did. we went to Tioman Island for three days and ended up spending fifteen. Absolutely stunning, we just loved it. we also spent time in Malaka, ipoh and Panang. We found Kuala lumpur a very interesting city. we will return.

RUHappyATM · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Lol, under James Brooke's "supervision"?  Rewriting history? As far as I know he was made a rajah. LOL.And AFAIK becoming a protectorate of Britain is not the same as being ruled by Britain!

psychotraveller 55my @gmail.com · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

malaysia is a paradise state with tradional life.
very good srate and clean

dunkenus · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

all bad comment represents jealousy and rancor…hahaahaha….

Rachmat Hidayat · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

malaysia truly indonesia

Cataline Levy · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

disgusting chinese

Anshuman Rath · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

I will surely visit this year with family

Neophyte · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Why is there no Philippines anywhere on your guides? Strange, considering its tourism industry is booming, thanks to younger generation travellers, beach goers and adventure seekers.. There's even a huge "It's more fun in the Philippines" campaign that's been happening for the last few years.. No big loss for the country I suppose, just disappointing to see a travel channel not keeping up with the times..

Josh I · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Had a dream I went to Malaysia don't know much about the country

Honey Suraz · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

im from philipnes i want to visit there my boyfriend how to do fast

Honey Suraz · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

i need youre anyone sadgestion i want to go there this month how to get the visiting or apply visiting visa wer i get that visa thankyou

Zakaria Alias · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Hello

Cris E. John · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

He should have said "Kapitan Kling", not "Kampung Kling"…

TheReal KN · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Correction: Pulau Pinang – Penang Island

Zihad Khondoker · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Expoza Travel Please Come our country……BANGLADESH……..

Kyle Le Dot Net · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

watching back videos from Malaysia and see if I did not any interesting destinations here. Great place to be during summer time. 

krnpowr · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

lol at how the narrator keeps saying "chinaman".  Malaysians, don't be like the countries of the middle east and central asia and let religion fuck up your country.  Think independently and don't base your lives on some book written thousands of years ago by village story tellers and propagated by ignorant- fascist clerics, and your lives, country, and economy will flourish.

robinson Mike · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

i love sarawak – land of hornbills.

Paolo Tucci Veneziani · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Bellissima la malesia

Ulrina4 · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

I love Malay ♡ specially my Malaysian bf

PrinzRegentLuitpold · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

The king of Malaysia is elected by the nine reigning monarchs. The heads of states of Penang, Malacca, Sarawak and Sabah does not have voting rights at the Conference of Rulers.

bimba- lola · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

Hello,,,Malaysia not only between Thailand and Singapore,,Malaysia also bordes with Indonesia ,Brunei ,Vietnam,and,Phillipines,,,fact,,,,Georgraphy fail,,,

putere fatihi · May 15, 2019 at 11:42 am

nice

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