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Tempat di MALAYSIA ni nampak macam JEPUN. Ia membuatkan kami terdiam

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Hai kawan-kawan, berkongsi pengalaman yang tidak dapat dilupakan yang kami alami di Shibuya of Malaysia – Bukit Bintang! Bersedia untuk terpegun semasa kami membawa anda mengembara melalui malam keajaiban murni di daerah Bukit Bintang yang indah dengan kehidupan malam dan makanan yang meriah. Seperti biasa, terima kasih banyak kerana menyokong saluran kecil kami! Banyak cinta dari Justin & Alina❤️ —————————————— ———————— —————————————- ———- —————————- Berikut adalah beberapa pautan tambahan untuk menyokong saluran kami ❤ ►Beli kami minum kopi di sini ☕: Tempah aktiviti dan penginapan anda dengan Klook di sini: ► Atau gunakan kod kami (PROJECTWHERE5OFF) untuk mendapatkan diskaun untuk sebarang tempahan di laman web atau aplikasi Klook! ► Produk pelancongan lain yang kami gunakan: ►Manta Sleep Mask – Sleep Mask yang kami gunakan dalam penerbangan (Gunakan “projectwhere” untuk mendapatkan diskaun 10%) – ► Travel Insurance Safety Wings (Our Go-to Travel Insurance) – ► ExpressVPN (Dapatkan tambahan 3 Bulan percuma dengan pautan di bawah) ——————————————- — ———————————————— — —————————— IKUT KAMI! ► Youtube – ► Facebook – ► Instagram Justin – ► Instagram Alina – ► E-mel – projectwhere.info@gmail.com 00:00 – 00:31 Pengenalan: Bukit Bintang 00:31 – 03:01 Majlis Minum Teh 03:01 – 06: 38 Lot 10 Hutong: The Best Char Kuay Teow 06:38 – 07:44 Pavilion Shopping Centre 07:44 – 07:59 Teppanyaki 07:59 – 10:15 Bukit Bintang Best View

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23 comments

kvk 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

I waited and watch it on 4k TV, drone shots night shots of KL and bukit was majestic. Worth waiting for the video . Now I will visit Lot 10 , going to visit KL after 2019 seems like lot have evolved. Merdeka 118 hopefully opens soon

Shahrom Rashid 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

Next time please visit Penang, the char kuew tiao capital of Malaysia.

Bazli Halim 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

Stephen chow son?

GrinGotts GBL 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

Welcome to Malaysia ❤

Sun Master 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

Lovely.

suplolok 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

I really love your videos and the way you create the video. You make it so interesting to watch and creative in your on way ❤ I missed char kuow teow so much and hope to try it when i return back to KL.
👍👍👍

ThePot92 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

Seems like you guys are really enjoying Malaysia. You guys don’t seem as happy in the Philippines. Do you guys plan to leave the Philippines once your lease is up?

Kaiya Nemish 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

Awesome work Justin 🎉🎉

AskJay TV 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

the chemistry you guys have are for soulmates. Prophet Muhammad Peace be upon him said the best of you are those who are good for the wives. And i am a good husband for my wife

Fulltime Alina 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

Mohd Zaki 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

I love his Asian accent….very honest and clear

Mohd Zaki 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

Wow

Raymond Tanch 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

I am from Sarawak. I stayed a few years in Kuala Lumpur when I was studying there. I miss KL after I returned, mainly because of the food there. I miss bakuteh, wantan noodles, Penang Kuih tiaw, chicken clay pot rice, Ipoh hor fun soup, assam laksa, ying Yong noodles, Yong tofu…… The list just goes on, and not forgetting the Indian and Malay food. In Sarawak, we also have lots of good food. Here,I’ll recommend foochow food and hakka food. You see, my dad is a foochow and my mum is a hakka. So, I have the best of both food world. The foochow version of the Cantonese wantan noodles here is called kampua mee. It tastes totally different. I love both wantan mee and kampua mee.

oxoSLFoxo 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

the only tea ceremony I know of is the Japanese one. but it makes sense that there should be a Chinese tea cer., too.

Танзиля Галеевна 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

Очень познавательно и интересно . Алина – девочка припевочка
Супер!!!!!❤

QC.Garcia 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

woah dejavu. is this a reupload?

Clean Energy Inside 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

Kuala Lumpur is one of the three predominantly Cantonese speaking Chinese places in the world along with Hong Kong and Guangzhou. Thats the reason KL is such a dynamic place.

Lexxx 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

Bukit Bintang in English means Star Hill, that's also why you see a very swanky, luxurious shopping mall called StarHill where ESlite is located at as well. Haha, you are welcome to buy a property in Bukit Bintang. 🙂

Cris claudio Molina 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

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TheOverthinker 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

Dear Justin & Alina,

I thoroughly enjoyed watching your video titled "THIS place in MALAYSIA looks like JAPAN. It left us SPEECHLESS". The vibrant nightlife and food in the beautiful district of Bukit Bintang certainly left me stunned as well. Your video captured the magic of the place and it was truly an unforgettable experience.

I appreciate the effort you put into creating content for your channel and thank you for sharing your journey with us. Your video is a great way to showcase the beauty and charm of Malaysia and I'm sure it will inspire others to visit this stunning place.

I wish you both all the best for your future travels and look forward to watching more of your adventures. Keep up the great work!

Warm regards,

Rich

GGNet Print 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

except for the Sabah dispute with Philippines, i love Malaysia – from PH

JOHN ANDREW CATUBAY 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

the editing looks better 😮

JOHN ANDREW CATUBAY 28/05/2023 at 10:32 AM

watching from ph <3

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