MALAYSIA, The Reserved Side Of Asia – Travel Documentary

Want create site? Find Free WordPress Themes and plugins.

Did you find apk for android? You can find new Free Android Games and apps.
46 replies
  1. Suryafara bracke
    Suryafara bracke says:

    Kenapa la kalau western cakap pasal Asia,dalam kepala mereka selalu ada Jepun dan China..Selalu cakap pasal China dan Jepun..Apa2 kalau nak ikut Asia macam dalam cuisine ke cara masak makanan ke fashion ke mesti ikut Jepun dan China..Terkenal sangat dua negara tu.Even mereka x tau pun kat mana Malaysia.. Rasa x dikenali je Malaysia ni..Mungkin Jepun dan China dikenali sebab budaya,makanan,dan teknologi.. Nak Malaysia macam tu juga even kita kat South East Asia.We need to step up our game!

    Reply
  2. Nachhatar Sidhu
    Nachhatar Sidhu says:

    So nice video ! But one thing is missing , not only Hindu temples/peoples are there , There are lots Sikh Gurudawara also ,more than temples only . Hundreds Gurudawaras [SIKH TEMPLE]…

    Reply
  3. 111AAA
    111AAA says:

    Malaysia WAS a

    VERRRRYYYY NICE PLACE
    B E F O R E.

    Then the malays applied the RACIST and RELIGIOUS and
    ECONOMIC

    D I V I D E

    PLUS

    THE RACIAL FAVOURITISM……. …………

    the WHOLE COUNTRY WENT RIGHT DOWN.
    ALL THE MALAYS WERE DRAGGED DOWN WITH THESE POLICIES.

    BUMIPUTRA ISSUE IS AN ECONOMIC TACTIC TO DIVIDE AND RULE ALL RACES IN MALAYSIA AND MAKE ALL EVERYONE FIGHT EACH OTHER.

    ALL THESE PLUS MORE HAS

    I M P O V E R I S H E D

    EVERYONE INCLUDING MALAYS AS A MEANS OF CONTROLLING MALAYS TOO.

    TOO MUCH TO SAY………….

    Reply
  4. Walter Muller
    Walter Muller says:

    I have a question – when I travelled through Malaysia and Indonesia in the early and mid-seventies I didn't encounter a single female with a headscarf. Why are all the Moslem women wearing headscarves now? If anyone can answer this question satisfactorily I'd be very much obliged.

    Reply
  5. Young Tang
    Young Tang says:

    Malaysia is losing its control and beautiful original culture to the slum and violent Muslims. The Malaysians must do whatever it takes to stop the growth of the Muslims, because Muslims are detrimental to peace and prosperity in the society.

    Reply
  6. Phillip Skene
    Phillip Skene says:

    I'm in Kuala Lumpor right now. Not really digging it. Buildings look shabby. Consumerism is too prominent. I think they need to slow their role, as should the rest of the world. Resourse on this planet are finite, and I worry that too much is being extracted.

    Reply
  7. Mohd Zaidi Bin Zakaria
    Mohd Zaidi Bin Zakaria says:

    Malaysia is a beautiful tourist destination. Modern, traditional vibes, all mix together, very modern public transportation but relatively cheap. I have been to Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietname, Philipines, I still think Malaysia is the best is so many ways for tourist.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *