My First Day in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 🇲🇾


Welcome to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia! In this video we will be walking around the Bukit Bintang area of the city to show you guys my first impressions of this beautiful city! Kuala Lumpur is an extremely diverse city and there are people from all around the world here! We will also visit Jalan Alor Street, which is one of the most famous food streets here in the city to get our hands on local Malaysian food!

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  1. seng vannak says


  2. TesCypBih says

    Ah yes the creep is back

  3. Azidin Zidin says

    Proud to see there are so many tourists come from everywhere to see how Malaysia, especially KL is realy Truly Asia…👍👍👍nice video, bro

  4. shameerul akif says

    Hi sir welcome to Malaysia! You can check this food court, Warong Che Senah at Kampung Baru KL and can try their local dish Asam Pedas and Grill Fish. So fantastic!

  5. onne mpuarr says

    try Ramley Burger from local stall

  6. Shinago UnBoxer says

    U can come to Sabah in East Malaysia during the Harvest Festival.. it happens on end of May..


    RM10 bill not fruit but its a rafflesia flower😁,and dont forget to come in sabah✌

  8. User User says

    Mee goreng means fried noodle

  9. ZaccfearOfficial says

    Malaysia Truly Asia must-do
    1. Food culture each state (diversity of Malay, Chinese, Indian & Borneo)
    Religious temple
    2. Nightlife & New Asian Bar culture (KL, Penang Island & Borneo)
    3. Jungle Trekking/Outdoor (Peninsula & Borneo)

  10. dihd6861 says

    0:50 Boom boom…

  11. N W says

    My man did not just called the iconic KL Tower a random radio tower 😂 jokes aside, welcome to Malaysia!

  12. Syah Caen says

    Dang whats wrong with people charging that expensive mee goreng that cost rm15 – rm20.. its definitely a rip off.

  13. Jun Kang Lee says

    You have to be careful when giving tips when traveling oversea, sometimes not giving tips isn't about being stingy it's just not part of the culture. In Malaysia it's fine if you give tips or not, but in places like Japan giving tips might be considered as rude or disrespectful.

  14. arvind varma says

    Bro they charge you too expensive for one plate of mee goreng…. It should be 8 or 9 ringgit

  15. Rafie Rizqi says

    You may go to Sabah and Sarawak. There are all the extremes things happen. The mother nature like no other. 😊

  16. savi moses says

    You should go to Guyana 🇬🇾

  17. savi moses says

    U can come to holi in Ny in queens u font have to go all the way to India

  18. savi moses says

    Venezuela is right next to Guyana 🇬🇾

  19. MISHONG AO ZG says

    Wow beautiful ❤️ Malasya country Love from Assam (India)

  20. Pai Ronan says

    RM15 for mee goreng…🤬 very expensive, should be below RM10.

  21. mtnbum says


  22. Azhar Idris says

    always remember ''GORENG'' means fry.. ''Mee.. mean noodle.. ''Mee Goreng is fry noodles.. a common staples in Malaysia..

  23. AhmadZaki Vision says

    5:45 – Sharing info :
    Kuala Lumpur Tower (KL Tower) is a communication tower. Its construction was completed on March 1, 1995. It features an antenna that increases its height to 421 meters (1,381 ft) and is the seventh tallest single tower in the world. Its top lies at an elevation of 335 meters (1,099 feet).

    The rest of the lower part has stairs and an elevator to reach the upper area, where it has a revolving restaurant that provides a dining area with a view of the city of Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur is the capital city in the world that receives the most lightning strikes in the world.

    It receives far more lightning bolts than any other city in the world. It is estimated that in a year as many as 200 days of thunderstorms occur in KL, compared to only 20 days of thunderstorms a year in London and New York only experience 10 days of thunderstorms a year. This is because Kuala Lumpur is located very close to the Equator line where the formation of thunderstorm clouds often occurs.

    Because of this, in the construction of the Petronas Twin Towers and the Kuala Lumpur Tower, the element of lightning bolts was also taken into account in the architecture where there was a network of metalwork to the ground where special conductors were installed to flow lightning current into the grounding system.

  24. AhmadZaki Vision says

    Infomation about "Halal food" :

    In conclusion, halal food is food that is free from sources prohibited in Islamic teachings starting from the preparation of raw materials, the manufacturing process, storage, cooking, manufacturing, packaging, transportation and financial resources used to produce a business.

    In short, halal food must be clean and safe to eat (health factor).
    Halal food is mandatory for Muslim traders but for non-Muslim traders, they are encouraged to provide halal food but need to get recognition from the accreditation body that takes care of Islamic affairs in Malaysia.

  25. AhmadZaki Vision says

    17:21 – Mee Goreng ( Fried Noodle ) 🍝

  26. Hachy Me says

    hey just want to say actually the 2nd flag is the kl flag and the 1st flag is the federal territory flag which is also one of kl flag no hate!

  27. Scorpion Stinger Vlogs says

    Do you have to let the country know you have a drone? Do you have to clam it on customs form or do you put in checked bagaged. Thank you.

  28. greg B says

    Shawarma is typical Muslim quisine why you see it so much in kl

  29. explorer007i says


  30. Camaromarl says

    The Ecuador & Venezuela like flag are Federal Territory, red & white stripes are Kuala Lumpur, FT consisting of 3 territories, Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya & Labuan

  31. Kim Dalti says

    I love how you wing it. All good food tho. Jamaican & Thia food are my favorites.

  32. j p says


  33. Henrik Chesos says

    Is 7 days In KL too much? First time to KL with an infant.

  34. Muhammad Firdaus Ishak says

    Welcom to malaysia i love u all people america..

  35. izzy shinigami says

    Correction, the one you said looks like Ecuador's flag is actually the 'Federal Teritory''s flag & the flags with the stripes is the flag of Kuala Lumpur.
    Have a nice day ❤

  36. H Abdul Hamid says

    Mee (noodles)+ goreng (fried)

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