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Camera Crew in Kuala Lumpur

10 Best Reasons to Hire a Camera Crew in Kuala Lumpur

Beverly Boy Productions has given our clients top rated crews all over the world, so when they need a film crew, they to come to us. If you have a plan or dream to film in Malaysia, you can book a camera crew in Kuala Lumpur with us and we can show you all the reasons you should film in this amazing city. From different backgrounds to amazing food, a rich history to fantastic sights to see, this city has a lot to offer for those who want to film here.

  1. History

Kuala Lumpur, like most ancient cultures, has a long history that hasn’t always been recorded, but we do know that the current city was founded ca. 1857 when the Selangor royal family hired tin prospectors to open tin mines in the region. Chinese prospectors went to what was then jungle, and all but 20 died. Still, people came and tried their hand at gaining fortunes, and this city grew and thrived. Now, you can see the influence of the many different people who settled here, from the Chinese who settled around the Market Square, the Malays, who put down roots further north, and the Indians, who decided to stay on the outskirts of the city. Today, all of those cultures mix into one beautiful and diverse city that is incredible for filming. Even if you have a short amount of time here, you can hire a camera crew in Kuala Lumpur for a day and get some amazing footage for your film.

  1. Sri Mahamariamman Temple

This famous temple is the oldest Hindu temple in all of Kuala Lumpur. It was built in the nineteenth century and now tells about the many diverse cultures and religions that dwell in this fantastic city. The temple has a colorful façade featuring Hindu deities in their famous legendary tales. A gorgeous spot to capture b-roll with your camera crew in Kuala Lumpur

  1. Climate

One reason to find camera crews for hire in Kuala Lumpur is to get someone to help you with the weather. No, they won’t be able to adjust it to your needs, but they can help you map out the best days for filming. The climate here is a tropical rainforest type climate and the temperature is constant and steady. There is a rainy season, though, from October to March, and the other months also see some heavy rainfall, so it is important to work with a camera crew in Kuala Lumpur who understands this and can help you choose your best dates for filming.

  1. The National Museum

The National museum is also a great place for filming, especially if you want to capture some information about this stunning city. This museum is not only informational, but also beautifully designed, being fashioned in the shape of a traditional house and includes contemporary and traditional decor.  You can hire a videographer and see exhibits of Malay history, traditional weddings, art, and more.

  1. Aquaria KLCC

You may not think of an aquarium visit when you are in Kuala Lumpur, but even if you don’t want to include this stop in your filming, you need to see it, anyway. The Aquaria KLCC is an ‘oceanarium’ housed in the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre and spans more than 60,000 square feet. Here, you will see a 300 foot tunnel in the center of the oceanarium that will allow you to explore the depths of the water, up close. You can learn about Malaysian aquatic life and the importance of conservation while viewing over 5,000 aquatic creatures.

  1. Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

If you want your video production in Kuala Lumpur to include some natural scenes, then the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is where you need to visit. This incredible preserve spans 20 acres and is home to more than 3000 birds. You can learn about- and film- the local flora and fauna, birds, and learn about the breeding programs and scientific studies conducted here, one of the largest and most respected scientific preserves in the world.

 

  1. Central Market

Shop ‘til you drop- and film it all, too, at the incredible Central Market in Kuala Lumpur. This market was developed from a former wet market that sold produce and meat. Now, the area reflects the various ethnic backgrounds present in this wonderful city, so you will find wares from the Malay, Indian, and Chinese areas all in one location, and you can get some incredible footage of talented street performers with your camera crew in Kuala Lumpur.

  1. PETRONAS Towers

One of the most iconic sights in the world is found in Kuala Lumpur and is just waiting for you to film them- the PETRONAS Towers. These Twin Towers are the tallest twin towers in the world and feature postmodern architecture coupled with Islamic design. There is a sky bridge that joins the two towers where you can get breathtaking views of the city of Kuala Lumpur, as well as breathtaking footage. Don’t hesitate on this tourist attraction! Hire a cameraman and get some shots of this gorgeous city!

  1. Food

When you have been out filming all day, you need to fill up with some food, so why not make it the best dishes in Malaysia? Check out these great places to get some top-rated food in Kuala Lumpur.

  1. Bakti Woodlands. This restaurant has been rated as one of the best Indian restaurants in Kuala Lumpur and it offers a variety of North and South Indian food. You can choose between set meals, thali, uttapam, and naan, and all coe in very large portions. There is even a vegetarian menu!
  2. Soong Kee’s Beef Ball Noodle. Soong Kee’s offers a delicious traditional meal for people who want to experience what Malaysian food is all about. The noodle soup is a secret recipe that has been passed down through generations, so you won’t get this anywhere else.
  3. Dining In The Dark. Yes, it is just what the name says- you will be eating in the dark. Dining In The Dark offers this service because the owner feels that food tastes better when you cannot see it. If you choose to dine here, you will have an option of a set four-course meal, then you will have to place mobile phones and watches inside a locker and dine in total darkness

  10. Permits

When filming in Malaysia, you will need a permit, which is why it is essential to find a film crew in Kuala Lumpur that offers to help you do some or all of the permitting process. While you can film everything from beaches to rainforests, colonial architecture to modern buildings, you need a permit to do it, and each permit can require different amounts of money and different documentation to obtain, as well as needing to submit everything well ahead of filming so that your permits are processed on time.

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