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KUALA LUMPUR METROCITY

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The capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, is one of the fastest growing metropolitan regions in Southeast Asia. Its beautiful skyline can be seen in this Drone Video of the Week nominated video by content creator Kakikujalanjalan. You’ll see the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Federal Territory Mosque Kuala Lumpur, Menara Kuala Lumpur (which features the world’s seventh highest tower), the brand new Exchange 106 Tower, and so much more from dust to dawn in this aerial masterpiece.

The Towers of KL
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Kuala Lampur

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Dahrolamir created this epic drone video of Kuala Lampur, the great Malaysian capital city.  It opens with an amazing shot of two of the landmark structures in the city: the Kuala Lampur communications tower (foreground), built in 1991, and the Exchange 106 tower (background), which will become KL's tallest building when completed in 2019.   You'll also see some other footage (both day and night) of the impressive KL skyline including its iconic Petronas Towers, the tallest in the world for a time.

Aerial Tour of KL
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Kuala Lumpur City, Malaysia

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In this stunning video, contributor Kakikujalanjalan takes us on an aerial tour of Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia.  This metropolis lies on the western side of the Malay Peninsula, across the Strait of Malacca from the Indonesian island Sumatra.  The amazing drone footage captures the twin Petronas Towers as well as the other massive skyscrapers which dominate the skyline of this Southeast Asian metropolis, one of the world's fastest growing cities.  

KL's Damansara Heights District
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Damansara Heights in Progess

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The Damansara Heights area is essentially a close-in suburb of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  While the area initially developed decades ago, a large project is underway which will transform the look of the district with numerous residential skyscrapers, which will be some of the tallest in the Malaysian capital city.  Contributor Skyfly Studios created a beautiful drone video of this area, which will begin to draw comparisons with central KL once it is completed.    

Federal Territory Mosque
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Faith: Malaysia's Federal Territory Mosque

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Malaysia is one of the world's largest countries of the Islam faith.  Depending on estimates, it's in the top 20-25 countries in terms of practitioners of the world's largest faith, and that means lots of prominent mosques.  The Federal Territory Mosque lies in the center of Kuala Lumpur.  Completed in 2000, the mosque is an architectural marvel.  In this video, contributor Kakikujalanjalanflies over this magnificent looking building, whose blue spires are now one of the most distinctive sights of KL. 

Shah Alam Stadium
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Stadium Shah Alam, Malaysia

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The Shah Alam Stadium lies in the state of Selangor, which previously also included the city of Kuala Lumpur.  The stadium was built in 1990 and has a capacity of a bit over 80k.    While Shah Alam is primarily used for football (soccer), it serves as the venue for other sports as well.  Contributor Jeremy1975 used a drone to give us a nice aerial tour of this stadium located on the outskirts of the Malaysian capital city.  

Petronas Towers
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Iconic Petronas Twin Towers of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

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Kuala Lumpur's Petronas towers have come to symbolize modern Malaysia.  They stand 452 meters (almost 1.5k feet) over downtown KL and were, for a six year period, the tallest buildings in the world.  While they no longer hold that title, they are still amongst the most recognizable skyscrapers and the most widely recognized "duo" since the demise of the World Trade Center.  Contributor Mumbaimonkey treats us to an amazing aerial look at the towers courtesy of his DJI Mavic Pro drone.  

Petronas and KL Towers
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My Kuala Lampur

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In this stunning video, contributor Kakikujalanjalan takes us on another aerial tour of the Malaysian metropolis of Kuala Lumpur.  While it's got some shots of the iconic Petronas twin towers, much of the video's focus is on other sections of the downtown district.  In particular, you'll see some great shots of Kuala Lumpur Tower, the communications tower that's nearly as tall as the Petronas Towers.   The Petronas Towers were the world's tallest buildings for a time during the early 2000's.

Jumping from KL Tower
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Freefalling in Kuala Lumpur

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DroneCult created this epic drone video of some VERY brave individuals BASE jumping from the KL Tower, the communications tower in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  The tower stands 335 meters (1.1k ft) at the roof level, and with its antennae it's just a bit shorter than the Petronas Towers.  The tower made a cameo appearance in the opening scene of the 2015 blockbuster Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015), the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series.

Exchange 106 Tower
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Tun Razak Exchange 106 Signature Tower

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Jeremy1975 treats us to this awesome drone video of the newest skyscraper in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,  Topped out in early 2018, the Exchange 106 Tower is the tallest building in the new TRX financial district being built on the eastern edge of central KL.  The tower is almost 500 meters (about 1.6k ft) tall, or about 40 meters taller than the Petronas Center towers which have dominated the KL skyline and were, for a time, the tallest buildings in the world.

KL's Commuter Trains
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KL Railway

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The ascent of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to its current world city status would have been impossible without massive investment in public transportation.  In this video by Kakikujalanjalan, you'll get an aerial glimpse of the KTM Komuter commuter railway, which operates in and around this metropolitan area of nearly 7 million.  The trains carry approximately 40 million passengers per year as of 2018; without them the great city would have seen its growth constricted by traffic congestion.  

Finishing Exchange 106
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The Exchange 106 Tower, Kuala Lampur

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FlyingAyam created this remarkable drone video of the Exchange 106 Tower in Kuala Lampur as it was nearing completion. The 106 story tower is being built in the Tun Razak Exchange district of the Malaysian capital city. Including its crown, the tower has topped out at 450 meters (just under 1.5k ft.), exceeding the height of the twin Petronas Towers to become the tallest building in the city. It's expected that the main tenants of the office building will be large international financial institutions

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