PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia modern city – Beautiful and impressive! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia modern city – Beautiful and impressive! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ


I got a comment. People are saying
that you don’t speak much. What are you talking about?
I speak all the time. [laughs] Off camera. Off. Selamat tinggal (goodbye) [music] Tickets. A lot of tourists
when they come to Malaysia only stay in the capital
Kuala Lumpur, but did you know that Malaysia
has kind of a second capital? This is Putrajaya,
the administrative center, the seat of the federal government, just 20 minutes by train
from KL Sentral Station. Plenty of space here for our luggage. Really nice train to Putrajaya. It also departs from KL Sentral, but don’t get the Express,
the one that goes directly to the airport. You need the Transit.
The Transit will stop in Putrajaya. Putrajaya is located
in between Kuala Lumpur and the international airport. So, you may consider spending
your last night here. And why should you consider visiting?
Because it is a beautiful place. Just too bad,
I can’t see much today. [music] Putrajaya is a planned city
built in the 1990s with the purpose of moving
the federal administration to here because Kuala Lumpur
was already overcrowded and congested. Kuala Lumpur remains
the national capital of Malaysia. The King and the Parliament are there, but the Prime Minister is here. In fact, this is where he works.
This is his office. [music] Everything is so enormous here. This is the Putra Mosque, the most well-known
and recognizable symbol of Putrajaya. It’s also supposed to be one
of the most modern mosques in the world. Now we can’t get in
because it’s praying time. We got to wait until 2 pm.
It started at 12:30 pm. Totally planned city. We are right here. See? This is the mosque and government building,
Perdana Putra. [music] When you come down one level, there’s an area here full of restaurants,
places to get something to eat, and it’s also a good place
to get some rest because, wow, it is so hot here. It’s 31 degrees today,
but it feels like 50. Let’s see if we’ll be allowed in
with these clothes. I have the scarf here.
Can’t I go in like this? Oh, okay. -And then…
-Okay. Thank you. Thank you. You, no need.
You can go because of your long pants. -Oh, long pants.
-Ah. -The shirt is not a problem?
-No. Thank you so much. Putra Mosque. I guess I’m ready now. [music] It’s very impressive.
Really beautiful. There inside,
only for the Muslim men to pray. We have Friday prayers, so, every week, 6,000 men
come pray together here. Wow. So, this is men’s area,
upstairs for ladies because of privacy. -Right.
-And also because in Islam, the woman has higher ranks
than the man by triple times. -Wow, triple.
-Yeah, triple. -The Muslim, we also believe in Jesus.
-Uh-huh. And we believe
in the second coming of Jesus. -Okay.
-Prophet Muhammad, during his life, he already mentioned
where the location that Jesus will return soon. -Oh, really?
-Yeah. Is it well-known, like, everybody knows
where’s the location? -Yes.
-Where’s the location? Damascus, Syria. -Really?
-Yes. Wow, that’s so interesting to know. Thank you very much
for all your explanation. I appreciate it. Where people are coming from, really, all over. There are some people from Brazil.
Look at that. There’s a lot of people from the U.S. Not many from Canada. Where I was born, right here. Now where I live. I think there’s a lot of people
from Austin already. That lady was so nice. She explained us details
about the mosque, about Islam Really kind of her. Women are three times
superior than men. It’s true. That’s true. I got a comment. People were saying
that you don’t speak much. What are you talking about? -I speak all the time
-[laughs] Off camera. Off. [music] It certainly feels cooler near the lake. In addition to the amazing view,
there are lots of restaurants here, too. Perfect place to close the day. Look at these drinks here. Three-layered tea. You got to love menus with pictures. This is the national dish of Malaysia
called Nasi Lemak. And I got a variation here of this dish. I know that people here
eat this for breakfast, but it got so famous that today
you can have it at any time of the day. I got the vegetarian option, but it’s still based on the rice here, rice cooked in coconut milk. It should be delicious. Curry chicken. Oh. It looks good. I love the coconut flavor. Cucumbers. There are peanuts here, eggs and green beans. This here is sambal.
This is spicy. I love it. It’s one the best dishes
I had in this entire trip. I’ve been in Putrajaya for a week now, but this won’t be your typical vlog because I couldn’t really go
sightseeing and exploring the city like I normally do. I got some work that I needed to do
and to prepare for. So, I spent most of the time
admiring the city from here or from down there. That’s [email protected] 8 is the presint here. It’s where I was before and where we’ve been going
every day to eat. Thank you. Cheers. It’s so good. There’s an enormous lake here
and it’s right in the heart of Putrajaya. And guess what,
it’s a man-made lake. Really, it was designed
to cool down the city and also help with flood control
and water purification. You can go for a boat tour. Putrajaya is famous
for the architecture and the parks. And I guess from the lake,
you have a really nice view of it. I’d love to go,
but look at the rain right now. [music] A common mistake a lot of people make
when they come here to Putrajaya is only come for the day,
and then they go back to Kuala Lumpur. You should spend a night here.
Look at this. You can also go to the nearby
city of Cyberjaya, which is an entire city built
on internet and technology. Really, really cool. And it’s very close also
like 10-15 minutes from here by car, Grab. The ride costs like US$3. And you may find even cheaper
places over there with equally nice infrastructure. If you like this video, give me like. It was a pleasure to see you here and I hope to see you back. There are way more videos
in Malaysia coming up. Tired? -Of you?
-Oh. No, never, never. What is that? Is that who blinks first? Come on, come on. [laughs] If you want to be on camera,
you can just tell me. No. I put you on camera. [laughs] [music]

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  • Please come to Terengganu and Kelantan (East Coast State of Malaysia[peninsular] )..you will enjoy with real Malay architecture and culture here๐Ÿ˜Š

  • This video especially when u're in Putrajaya Mosque really has attracted me to subscribe yr channel. I gave u 'like' for this video. And thumbs up for the lady who gave u explanation in details when u were at mosque. ๐Ÿ‘

  • Hi madam last restaurant you eat D tandoor putrajaya I m here working d tandoor restaurant how is food my restaurant ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜ŠI hope u like madam

  • ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

  • Thanks Renata for your great review about Malaysia. Hope you have great time here. Love to watch your videos. ๐Ÿค

  • Hi u shud come to my house near to klia airport in next visit i'll ask my wife to cook for u….then u'll have a balance in experiencing KL…

  • I just giggles all the time watching your video. It's so nice and warm-welcomed. Love your reactions and comments. Please come again to Malaysia. We always welcome you. Looking forward to see more of your video.

  • AMAZING VIDEO REALLY APPRECIATE IT YOU VISIT MALAYSIA HOPE U COME AGAIN NEXT YEAR AND MORE TRIP IN MALAYSIA CAUSE NEXT YEAR "MALAYSIA VISIT YEAR 2020" KEEP IT UP I LOVE YOUR CONTENT ๐Ÿ‘

  • ur malay pronunciation is right, u have such a good warm voice to hear , thanks for visiting my country, pls come again ;),

  • ur malay pronunciation is right, u have such a good warm voice to hear , thanks for visiting my country, pls come again ;),

  • Terima kasih kerana buat video mengenai malaysia. Saya sebagai orang malaysia sangat sangat menghargainya. Saya harap anda datang lagi ke malaysia di masa hadapan. Terima kasih!

  • I DON'T HAVE ANYTHING NEGATIVE TO SAY. You did a superb job on editing the video and making Putrajaya a must place to visit. THANK YOU SO MUCH for travelling to Malaysia. And now, I am going to watch all of your videos ! ๐Ÿ˜˜

  • ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿง•๐Ÿผ๐Ÿง•๐Ÿผ๐Ÿง•๐Ÿผ I am a Islam girl. ๐Ÿง•๐Ÿง•๐Ÿง•๐Ÿผ๐Ÿฆ„

  • 100 percent of Christians on Earth, cannot give up on the notion killing Jesus, for Christians killing him as a blessing for them, because that is what bring them the "salvation", no matter how stupid that notion of salvation is, so all Christians gravitate the killing him. For which, every Christians I have ever spoken offline stated, they (i.e. Christians) are so glad, that Jews framed Jesus and killed him, killing Jesus is the right thing to do.

    When you ask this question to any logical man on Earth, question is "Shouldn't the Jews pursuing Jesus to be killed, If historical Jews in Jesus time, were God fearing people?"

    A logical person would say "yes" to that question, meaning Jews should not have pursued Jesus to be killed.

    However when you ask this same question to a Christian, Christians always like the notion Jesus getting killed, not killing Jesus is a bad news, which put Christians on the same boat, that is Jews and Christian are in the desire to kill Jesus. You Christians and Jews are prophet killers.

    When a Muslim says, that Jesus was not killed and God saved Jesus from humiliation, torture, nakedness and near death, the Christian's World look at Muslim as enemy, as though Islam is trying to infringe and impede Christian's salvation as you know, not killing Jesus means no salvation for Christians.

    Christian don't like the idea Jesus was being saved from the cross, instead Christians loves the notion Jesus getting killed, you got it, not killing Jesus means no salvation for Christians, hey wait a minute, isn't that Jews want it too, getting Jesus killed, both Jews and Christians are in desire for the same for the Jesus, him getting killed.

    Muslims love the notion Jesus was not killed, but Christians love for Jesus, is him getting killed.

    When you study history of many other prophets before the Jesus (pbuh), then Islam makes far more sense.

    When Prophet Jonah was thrown into the ocean, he was supposed to be drown and dead but God saved him from near death.

    When Joseph was thrown into well, he was supposed to be drown in the well and dead, but God saved him from near death.

    Likewise Prophet Noah supposed to be drown in the flood water, but God save him from near death.

    Moses was chased by biggest military ever known to Moses, but God saved Moses from near death.

    Prophet Lot was forcefully escorted to safety and saved by angels, when wrath of God sent down upon Sodom and Gomorrah.

    Prophet Daniel supposed to be eaten by lions, but God saved him from near death.

    Prophet Mohammed (pbuh) was chased by pagan-arabs but God saved him from near death.

    As per the Quran, Jesus was not killed nor he was crucified but it was made appeared to the enemies and God saved Jesus (pbuh) from humiliation, torture, nakedness and near death.

    Quran 4-157 That they said (in boast), "We killed Christ Jesus the son of Mary, the Messenger of Allah";- but they killed him not, nor crucified him, but so it was made to appear to them, and those who differ therein are full of doubts, with no (certain) knowledge, but only conjecture to follow, for of a surety they killed him not:

  • This is really a great and inspiring content! Putrajaya has always been my favorite spot when it comes to Fasting Month as performing tarawih there is very relaxing! you could also experience the same at Mosque Zahir in Alor Setar, northern state of malaysia. It is in the top 10 the most beautiful mosques in the world

  • โคโคโค๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ Thany You!! for the Visit and for the very beautiful Video.. indeed.. its sweet seeing ur videos and ur partner cute kinda relationship.. ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ‘. i hope i too will still be cute one day hehe .Cheers!

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  • Putrajaya is the best place for cycling and running ๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿปโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿšด๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ

  • This is my first time watching your videos… and as a malaysian… i have been to the mosque but never step foot inside… so i love how you showed its beauty and both have a very friendly and fun personality

  • You should take time to understand what Putridjaya is.

    It's a verson v 2.0 city project designed to ethnically cleanse all influences other than Islam and Malays. Did you find a church or a Hindu or Buddhist temple? Did you see anything other than Islamic inspired architecture?

    You were totally sucked in by what you saw as are so many are without even realising what they DIDN'T see. I don't blame you for that. A few miles north you saw normality and a multi ethnic capital KL but missed the obvious difference in Putrajaya. It's a very clever trick and it works.

    Watch your video again and ask yourself whether in your own home country you'd be happy to see one third of the population ethnically and religiously cleansed. That's what Putrajaya was built to achieve as was Shah Alam v 1.0 before it.

    Look at the positive comments you're getting, 100% Muslim Malay so ask where are the other 1/3 Malaysians, the Malaysians that have built and maintain economic success? I can't find a single comment from anyone who has a Chinese or Indian sounding username.

    The non Muslim Malaysians are discriminated against in law and have to struggle to level the playing field tipped against them in the Malays favour. You should research Malay special privileges and see the returns you get. Malay, Muslims get free university education. Non Malays pay. You wouldn't believe the level of discrimination if I went further.

    Putrajaya is an abomination and the civilised world should condemn it for the racism it represents just as it did with South Africa.

    What you choose to do is your choice but please try and understand that this is an illusion you should condemn and not endorse. Your video content is great but needs context to be contrasted against reality. The second you do this will see a racist Malay backlash.

  • Hi Renata Pereira. Next time you come to Putrajaya you should try Planet Scooters. They will show you around more closely by electric bike event to a place local also don't know it is exist.
    Check this out.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtDR11tOrL8

  • Alternatively you can travel via bus either from KL Sentral or LRT Gombak Terminal (the last terminal) – but LRT Gombak has a schedule….morning and back in the evening…

  • as a malaysian (malay descent) i advise you to try going east of malaysia (sabah, sarawak), east of the peninsular (terengganu, kelantan), and head towards some food capitals (penang, ipoh, kedah N.Sembilan, Pahang — trust me u missed quite a lot of local dishes; Malaysia is known for being one of the food capital of SEA countries) stay with the locals in some homestays and enjoy the nature and culture of the country. KL is urban like barcelona, Putrajaya is administrative like islamabad –but a real trip to malaysia should start from the east and end in the west. then you can truly appreciate the melting pot that is Malaysia.

  • lies , woman in islam are worth half as man ,read the quran and hadifas ,also islam belives in Issa nof

  • Putra Jaya is beautiful, but you are gorgeous and awesome my dear..๐Ÿ˜š๐Ÿ˜š๐Ÿ˜šyour have sexy voice my dear.

  • Hey you're Pereira! Come to Melaka state and visit Portuguese Settlement you'll meet many with the same Surname as yours. ๐Ÿ˜€

  • I live in putrajaya and that place they go at night I go there cause sometimes there people giving a bicycle thing and we have to pay it it is about 20 dollar only

  • Hi there.. Both of you are so cool & so sweet.. ๐Ÿ™‚๐Ÿ™‚ Regards from ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡พ .. ๐Ÿ™‚๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿค..

  • Thanks for visit my country Malaysia ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡พ

    Selamat datang = Welcome
    Selamat Tinggal = Goodbye
    Terima kasih = Thanks