Welcome back to the channel guys. First of all I would like to thank all of you. It is because of you that I have secured 1k subscribers It is because of you that I have secured 1k subscribers We have crossed the first milestone in you tube which is obtaining 1K subscribers. Please keep supporting me and I will continue to upload exciting videos and will take you through exotic destination from all round the world. With that said This video will be about a day’s expense for a tourist visiting Malaysia or how expensive is Malaysia. You’ll get a closer look in this video Keep watching this video till the end because at the end I will tell you how much did it cost me per day in Malaysia, which includes my travelling, food, and my hotel charges. So, without further delay, let’s get started with the video If you are new to this channel, please don’t go anywhere without subscribing my channel, i’ll not let you go either 😉 So, let’s get started In the previous video, I took you to the markets of Kuala Lumpur and also told you about how I purchased a drone worth Rs 1 lakh for Rs 60k. If you haven’t seen the video yet, you can check it out through the link at the i button. Let’s proceed now How much money would you need per day to survive in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia? Let’s get started now (finally :D).
Firstly, I would like to educate you that the Malaysian currency is known as Ringgit and the smallest denomination is RM 1 and the biggest denomination is RM 100 During the making of this video RM 1 is equivalent to Rs 16.82. but to make it an easy calculation we take a round figure of Rs 17 for RM 1 If you wish see a separate video to understand the Malaysian currency elaborately, you can comment me below. you can comment me below. Let’s start with talking about the hotel. As always, I booked this property through Airbnb, which charged me Rs 1,930 for one night. Since I booked the hotel for three nights, it cost me around Rs 6,237.77. Since we were two people, it cost us around Rs 1,039 per head Mornings started off with self made breakfast. Here you can enjoy two options, Firstly, you can cook yourself a hearty breakfast. Secondly, you can relish a meal out in the market. To help yourself with a breakfast, you can cook maggi, bread, bread, omelette or anything that satisfies your taste buds.
One maggi here costs RM 1 which is equivalent to Rs 17. If you go for eggs, It will cost you around RM 8 for 1 dozen eggs, which is Rs 136, two eggs will cost you Rs 23 two eggs will cost you Rs 23 You can also try out these mini packets of fruits which would cost you RM1.5 per packet and are easily available in the market.
Alongside Malaysian cuisine, you can also enjoy the taste of India with dosa for RM 2, uttapam also for RM 2 and Roti canai, a special preparation, wherein, a very soft dough of white flour is prepared into thin sheets of chapati, which is further folded into square chapatis. into thin sheets of chapati, which is further folded into square chapatis. into thin sheets of chapati, which is further folded into square chapatis. This chapati is further fried and can be stuffed with eggs or chicken. A non stuffed Roti canai will cost you around RM 1.2. Tea will cost RM 2. Coffee will cost RM 2. Ice tea also will cost you RM 2.
Fruit juice can cost you RM 4 or more.
Maggi will cost you RM 4 2 ltrs of water will cost RM 2 Considering both these options, the average value for a good breakfast is RM 5 which is equivalent to Rs 85. You can enjoy a heavy breakfast for Rs 85. You can enjoy a heavy breakfast for Rs 85. After a good breakfast, now it’s time for lunch. Any food corner here will serve you the local delicacies at cheaper rates. Any food corner here will serve you the local delicacies at cheaper rates. You can take a plate of rice, along with any of these pre-cooked veg and non veg dishes. along with any of these pre-cooked veg and non veg dishes. along with any of these pre-cooked veg and non veg dishes. You will be charged as per the no. of dishes that you have tried out. You can also try out Malaysia’s most popular dish, Nasi Lemak. You can also try out Malaysia’s most popular dish, Nasi Lemak. Overall your lunch will cost you ranging from RM 6 to RM 10. The average value for your lunch and dinner will cost you RM 20 which is equivalent to Rs 340. Post lunch, I am heading towards the metro station. The major local attractions here are for free like Petronas Tower, KLCC Park, Jalan Alor Night Market China Town Pasar Seni, Bukit Bintang and even Batu Caves.
You will not be charged any entry fee to visit these attractions. If you wish to visit the Petronas Tower up in the deck you will be charged separately. Or any food items at Batu Caves will be charged separately Or any food items at Batu Caves will be charged separately Talking of transport system, Kuala Lumpur has very easy and convenient mode of transport. Talking of transport system, Kuala Lumpur has very easy and convenient mode of transport. You can avail free AC buses plying all over the city. Hop-on Hop-Off bus service is also available especially for the tourists. These buses take you to sixty major tourist attractions in the city. These buses take you to sixty major tourist attractions in the city. The hop-on hop-off buses provide you tickets for a 24 hr service and a 48 hr service The hop-on hop-off buses provide you tickets for a 24 hr service and a 48 hr service You can book the tickets through klook.com at a discounted rate. Please refer to the link at the description box. To explore any destination you would need a tourist map that you can easily make yourselves available from any of the tourist help centres that you can easily make yourselves available from any of the tourist help centres This map shows the metro route in Kuala Lumpur I am at the Pudu station and I am heading towards Batu Caves.
Kuala Lumpur’s metro system is very similar to that of Delhi’s metro system. You can either purchase these tokens or you may also get yourselves the touch and go card for hassle free commuting or you may also get yourselves the touch and go card for hassle free commuting You can find the details for the touch and go in my previous video. Please refer to the link in the i button Please refer to the link in the i button 2 tickets Insert coins here and bank notes here here are 2 tickets tickets I had to change 2 trains to reach Batu Caves Stations will be displayed like these dots your current station which one you crossed and your next station this yellow light will tell you there will be announcements too in the train about next stations.