In a 9 minute video uploaded on YouTube, the couple spoke about their experience using the trains in Malaysia to travel around the states as well as their experiences with the locals.
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Steeped in history and rich in culture — there is never a dull moment for the inquisitive traveller travelling in Malaysia.
As highlighted by Twitter user @luxentX, Youtubers Jay and Jon shared their experience in Malaysia and the experiences that made the journey truly unforgettable.
On Twitter, @luxentX said:
I like watching tourists visiting Malaysia videos. This couple took the train to Kelantan and was overwhelmed by how nice people were to them on the train. Generally Malaysians are pretty nice to tourists (especially if you’re Caucasian).@luxentX via Twitter
And we agree!
Malaysians have always been known for our kind hospitality as well as our rich culture and history.
Also, we have never let any traveller down with the various kinds of food we have to offer as well.
In a 9 minute video uploaded on YouTube, the couple better known as the Bucket List Travellers, spoke about their experience using the trains in Malaysia to travel around the states as well as their experiences with the locals.
In this Malaysia vlog we show you how to travel Malaysia by train. We provide everything you need to know about travel by train in Malaysia, including Malaysia train costs, train amenities in Malaysia, how to book trains in Malaysia as well as Malaysia travel tips so you can plan an amazing Malaysia trip for yourself!The Bucket List Travellers
Their trip, which started in Kota Bharu, Kelantan showcases the number of stops they made and experienced while on the KTM train.
Along the way, the couple also were able to experience the culture, life, history and people of places such as Kuala Krai, Dabong, Gua Musang and Kuala Lipis Pahang.
About six minutes into the video, the couple speak about a nice man who handed out fish sate on the train and offered the couple a few.
It never ceases to amaze me how kind the people of Malaysia are. People just come up to us and start talking and having a conversation and before you know it, we were given some food and it was really nice. Just really overwhelmed by how nice Malaysian people are.Jon, Bucket List Travellers
Moved to tears, Jon added that during their trip, the couple met so many friendly locals which was truly an unexpected delight.
One group of curious school children had fun practising their English with us. They didn’t want us to leave and I must have said goodbye at least three times before we got off.Jon, Bucket List Travellers
When asked by his partner Jay how he felt, Jon added that he felt great especially since Malaysians have constantly managed to surprise and humble him from time to time.
People are just so lovely. Always welcoming you with open arms and giving you lots of food. I guess it’s a love language. Malaysians’ love language is giving food.Jon, Bucket List Travellers