Local Malaysian Feast! – Asking Malay Taxi Drivers Where to Eat in Kuala Lumpur


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About This Episode:
This is my first video in a four video series covering Malaysian food in Kuala Lumpur!

Location 1:
Nasi Lemak –

IDK, I’ll fill this info in tmw. I need to sleep. Night night.

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  2. Yes 3 or more religion and race.. we are happy..we are loved being together…we are the best …Malaysia motherland the best

  3. This channel is awesome, you literally go into the hearts of every country you visit and taste the very core of the country's traditions culture and food . Not like some of the funky food show that show what's on the surface only. Btw great job guys

  4. Hilarious …. nice video man …. so enjoyable to look at…. you can realy enjoy the sambal belacan… which actually very spicy to my taste 😂😂


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