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Petronas and KL Towers

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This drone video by contributor and pilot tengkudin focuses on three of the most prominent landmarks of the great city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  The first two are really part of a single development: the Petronas Towers.  Designed by famed architect César Pelli, the twin spires were the world's tallest when they were completed in 1998, and they continue to be the world's tallest twin towers.  The third tower featured is the Kuala Lumpur Tower, a communications and observation tower.  

Greater KL Aerial Tour

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【4K】Drone Footage | KUALA LUMPUR 2019 ..:: KL as you have NEVER SEEN BEFORE


For his first upload to AirVuz, RoyChun brings us this marvelous aerial tour of the great city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  The video features daytime and nighttime footage from all around the Malaysian capital, both in the core city and in the surrounding area.  Featured locations include the Petronas Twin Towers, the Menara Kuala Lumpur observation tower, the Batu Caves, Merdeka Square, the Botanical Gardens, the Maybank Tower, the thoroughfare Bukit Bintang, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, and more.

The Towers of KL

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Kuala Lumpur


Dahrolamir created this epic drone video of Kuala Lumpur, the great Malaysian capital city.  It opens with an amazing shot of two of the landmark structures in the city: the Kuala Lumpur 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.

DVOW Nominee from KL

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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.

KL Skyscrapers through the Clouds

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Kuala Lumpur low cloud


Low cloud cover over the Malaysian metropolis of Kuala Lumpur gave Styfly | STUDIO the canvas to create this awesome drone video showing the city's tallest buildings.  Front and center are the twin Petronas Towers, the city's tallest for two decades.  Next to the Petronas complex you'll see the 65 story Four Seasons Place.  Off in the distance you'll see the bluish glass TRX 106 building, completed in 2019 and now KL's tallest skyscraper, as well as the under-construction PNB 118 which will soon take that title.  

Aerial Tour of KL

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Kuala Lumpur City, Malaysia

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In this stunning video, contributor and drone pilot 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 (once the world's tallest buildings) 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


The Damansara Heights area is essentially a close-in suburb of the city 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 and pilot Skyfly Studios created a beautiful drone video of this area, which will begin to draw comparisons with central Kuala Lumpur once it is completed.    

KL's Golden Triangle

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The rising star of Asean: Kuala Lumpur


The capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, is divided into numerous districts. Its main hub is an area known as “the Golden Triangle” which comprises Bukit Bintang, the Kuala Lumpur City Center development (KLCC), and Chinatown. The city itself is known for its gleaming skyscrapers, historic colonial architecture, and various natural attractions. This aerial video features the Petronas Towers, KL Tower, the Warisan Merdeka Tower, and much more of the city’s stunning skyline, as the lights glimmer in the evening. 

KL's Tall and Taller

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The Exchange 106 & Petronas Twin Towers ~ Kuala Lumpur

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See two of the most stunning towers in the world in this aerial film by minglam: the Exchange 106 and Petronas Twin Towers of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The twin Petronas Twin Towers were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004, and remain the tallest twin towers in the world.  They lost the KL height crown in 2019 to the other subject of the video - the 106 story Exchange 106 tower in the new Tun Razak district, currently KL's tallest and the first 100+ story skyscraper in (non-China) Southeast Asia.  

TR 106 Nearing Completion

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Tun Razak Exchange


Take a look at the skyscraper that has become the new height champion of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  Contributor and pilot Styfly Studio captured the full height of the The Exchange 106 Tower as it nears completion.  The centerpiece of the Tun Razak Exchange, an area being developed as the new financial district of the Malaysian capital, the 106 story office tower has an architectural height of 492 meters (just over 1.6k ft.).  It displaces the Petronas Towers which have been KL's tallest since 1998.

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. 

KL: Tall, Taller, and Tallest

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Aerial hyperlapse of PNB 118 and Segambut Dalam, Kuala Lumpur


Kuala Lumpur's Petronas Towers had a 20+ year run as the tallest buildings in the city, including a half-doze years where they the tallest in the world.  They were displaced by the Exchange 106 Tower, whose reign as the KL height champion will be extremely short.  Why?  Because of the building you'll see in this drone video by fasteddie75.  It's the rapidly rising PNB 118 Tower, a 118 story tower which is rapidly rising towards it design height of 666 meters (just under 2.2k); that's nearly  50% taller than the 106.

Petronas Towers

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Iconic Petronas Twin Towers of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia


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 and pilot Mumbaimonkey treats us to an amazing aerial look at the towers, filmed with his DJI Mavic Pro drone.  

Petronas and KL Towers

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My Kuala Lumpur

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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.

Shah Alam Stadium

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Stadium Shah Alam, Malaysia


The Shah Alam Stadium is situated in the Malaysian state of Selangor, which previously (before an administrative reorganization) also included the city of Kuala Lumpur.  The stadium was built in 1990 and has the capacity to seat a bit over 80k people.    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.  

Jumping from KL Tower

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Freefalling in Kuala Lumpur


Contributor and pilot 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.

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 Lumpur


FlyingAyam created this remarkable drone video of the Exchange 106 Tower in Kuala Lumpur 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 492 meters (just over 1.6k 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

PNB 118: Future KL height Champion

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PNB118 Kuala Lumpur


While the Petronas Towers enjoyed a 20+ year run as the tallest buildings in Kuala Lumpur, the newExchange 106 building will not have a similar run.  In this video by Styfly Studio, you'll get a look at the building which will likely take the crown in the early 2020's.  The PNB 118 is a 118 story skyscraper currently under construction in the Malaysian capital city.  When completed in 2024, it will stand 644 meters (just over 2.1k ft.) tall, handily displacing the Exchange 106 building nearing completion in early 2019.

KL's New Tallest

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Tun Razak Exchange Final Progress - 23 December 2018

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Jason Son created this amazing drone video of the Exchange 106 tower in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia nearing completion in late 2018.  The tower is part of the Tun Razak Exchange development in the eastern part of the KL central business district.  This massive planned development will eventually include a total of 26 new buildings.  The 106 story tower has an architectural height of stands 492 meters (just over 1.6k ft.), which includes the buildings highly innovative illuminated crown.

Tour of KL's Skyscrapers

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Take an aerial tour of some of the tallest buildings in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, compliments of contributor Styfly Studios.  Helpfully captioned, the video opens with footage of KL Tower, JKG Tower, Banyan Tree, Vortex Tower, Putra World Trade Center, Sky Suites KLLC, TM Tower, Tabung Haji Tower, Ambank Tower, Ibis Hotel, and four others.  It closes with extended shots of Petronas Towers, the city's tallest for over two decades, and the nearly completed TRX 106, the city's new height champion.  

KL Night Dronelapse

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Kuala Lumpur skyline at night


This hyper-lapse by drone of the Kuala Lumpur skyline is absolutely stunning. Shot on the DJI Mavic 2 Pro by pilot pradeeprajaphotos, it features the bustling cityscape at night. Specifically he’ll pull out and reveal the Petronas Towers (the world's tallest from 1998-2004) and the Kuala Lumpur Tower, plus many other notable downtown skyscrapers in this highly dynamic metropolis. His skills are clearly shown with just how steady the reveal turns out, as if the camera was set on a dolly and wheeled away.

Petronas: Above the Clouds

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Here's some of the most amazing drone footage we've seen of the landmark Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  While cloudy days aren't great for taking drone video footage, they can create amazing opportunities when the tops of tall buildings sit above the cloud line.  That's exactly what contributor and drone pilot SKYRUN was able to do here, creating a very impressive visual effect.  The Petronas Towers were the tallest in the world from 1998-2004, and they continue to be the world's tallest twin towers. 

Exchange 106: Transforming KL's Skyline

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In this drone video by top contributor and pilot kakikujalan, you'll see how much the skyline of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia has been transformed by the new Exchange 106 Tower.  The centerpiece of a new financial district in the Malaysian capital city, the construction of the tower commenced in 2016 and was substantially completed by early 2019.  The 106 story tower office tower has over 450k square meters (almost 5 million square ft.) of floor space, and is now the tallest building in the Malaysian capital city.  

KL: Before and After Haze

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Kuala Lumpur back to fresh air


Pilot Styfly | STUDIO brings us this video from Kuala Lumpur showing the city before and after the clearing of the haze which sometimes hangs over the metropolis.  You'll see the "with haze" version in the opening pull-out shot from the KL Tower, a communication and observation tower whch was completed in 1995.  At 2:20, you'll see a great shot of the city under much clearer air, focusing on the twin Petronas and the just-completed Four Seasons Tower, which lies just a block away from the Twins.  

The KL Monorail

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Monorail system in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


As the center of a metropolitan area of over 7 million, Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur is very much dependent on public transit.  One of KL's public transit systems is the subject of this drone video by DroneEyePerspective: the KL Monorail, which opened in 2003.  With eleven stations (as of 2019), it currently carries around 60-65k passengers per day during the week.  The line has a total length of just over 8 km or around 5 mi.  connecting the KL Transit Hub in the south to Titiwangsa Station in the north.

TRX Exchange at Night

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TRX illumination imitate Malaysia Money Colour


Contributor Styfly Studio managed to create this amazing aerial view of the new (as of mid-2019) height champion of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: the 106 story Exchange 106 tower, which was completed in the first half of 2019.  It's situated in a newly developed district called the Tan Razak Exchange, which is just south of the core CBD.  The 106 tower is distinguished not only by its brightly lit roof but its height: at 492 meters (just over 1.6k ft.), it topped the twin Petronas Towers to become KL's tallest skyscraper.