- published: 27 Mar 2014
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This video for Malaysia is one of our older productions, but we wanted to share it with you to get some feedback on how these older clips compare to the more recent travel guides we’ve shot. Below are some links to those recent videos. Feel free to compare with this clip and comment below to let us know which ones you prefer, and what else you’d love to see from Expedia on YouTube! St. Petersburg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3ISUUO0CSo Kyoto: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jd1wzlwtKJ0
With an iconic "I Love KL" installation right outside its doors, the ARCH Kuala Lumpur City Gallery is one of the must-visits for those who want to find out more about the city. Part of the ARCH group's initiatives in preserving and promoting the heritage of Kuala Lumpur, the city gallery is hosted in a 113-year-old colonial building which has served as the city's central printing hub. Now, the Kuala Lumpur City Gallery is a treasure trove of Kuala Lumpur-related matters, and has on display a breathtaking range of prints, photos and miniatures that is sure to excite visitors, receiving over 730,000 people annually. Malaysia
Before leaving for Vienna the Austian couple visits Kuala Lumpur and some of their monuments in 1979. I visited the Malaysian capital in 1961. I wonder if important changes took already place in those 18 years. See my other 1100 clips by searching YouTube with 'michael rogge' Find my photo's here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/12350343@N04/ Visit my website 'Man and the Unknown' http://wichm.home.xs4all.nl/
Want more travel hints and tips? Checkout: http://www.backpackyack.com Join a fun community of travellers where you can ask questions, share stories and contribute your best travel tips!! I hit the streets of Kuala Lumpur to try and up my photography game. After hours of messing around with different camera settings and taking over 500 photos these are the best pictures of the day. --------------------------------------FOLLOW ME ON------------------------------------------------- FACEBOOK: https://goo.gl/G7sIqV INSTAGRAM: https://goo.gl/7eUFeT TWITTER: https://goo.gl/aomOjn SNAPCHAT: scottydoessnap BUSINESS EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org PAYPAL EMAIL: email@example.com -------------------------FOLLOW ALY - AKA PSYCHOTRAVELLER------------------ YOUTUBE: https://goo.gl/ewnPI9 ...
During our Asian tour of over 28 months (so far) we have been to Kuala Lumpur five times, staying a total of just under three months in the city. We always stay close to Chinatown, due to the amazing street vendors and markets – the food is outstanding.
Me and my brother went on a visa run to Kuala Lumpur. We are both into photography so decided to go around Kuala Lumpur taking photos. It was good trip and we got a few good photographs. This is the video of us going around and having fun with our cameras. We also discovered a way to step up our photography game.
Views of Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. Wide shot from high hill; panning left; trees in FG; buildings below. Elaborate long building w/ many arches; tower in centre. Next; beauty shot panning over lagoon w/ sparkling water; palm trees growing on other side. Houses w/ conical roofs. Shots of impressive buildings similar to the one seen earlier; automobiles; rickshaws & pedestrians pass by. Tracking shot heading up street; same huge building on rt. w/ Union Jacks & other flags hanging. Looking across park at crowd of Malayan people; houses in BG. Next; magnificent building w/ striped towers and arches w/ clover-shaped tops; on island w/ tall palm trees around it. Ceremony for unveiling statue of Sir Frank Swettenham; former resident general of Federated Malay States and governor of the Straits...
Kuala Lumpur in 1961 was a quiet place without presentday skyscrapers! The railway station looked monumental. A unique place where three races live peacefull together. This clip can be viewed in a better high quality resolution here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=96CUt-_i-kA&fmt=18
Welcome to the 2nd episode of photography location around Kuala Lumpur. For those who love to walk around the city or use public transport to go around, I hope these tips could be useful if you are around KL. #1: To see some of the best view Of Kuala Lumpur from far distance or from the station, take the LRT train and head down to Pasar Seni. #2: Free bus ride, find Go KL buses. Music by: Vibe Tracks - You Like It
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The world has evolved so rapidly over the last 100 years that it's difficult to imagine just how much things have changed during that time. Many of the world's most famous cities - like Kuala Lumpur for example, or Hong Kong - bare little resemblance to their earlier selves, and cities such as Dubai didn't even exist at all until fairly recently. Take a look at these then and now pictures to see what we mean. They're sure to give you a fresh perspective on how you look at the world. These Before And After Pictures Of Famous Cities Will Blow Your Mind! Don't forget guys, if you like this video please "Like," "Favorite," and "Share" it with your friends to show your support - it really helps us out! Other video you will might like: ❤Before and After Pictures Of Aleppo (Syria) https://you...