Archival footage shot by an amateur filmmaker while visiting Southeastern Asia in 1972.
It contains stock footage of Penang, a city in Malaysia: passengers leaving the aircraft at the airport of Pulau Pinang (Penang International Airport), Eng Chuan Tong Tan Kongsi clan house on Beach Street in George Town, Khoo Kongsi Clan Temple, Kek Lok Si Temple, guests waiting outside Hotel Merlin, traffic in the streets, and more.
Maybe not everybody knows that the Malaysia–Singapore Airlines (MSA) you can watch on the video ceased operations on September 30, 1972. At 0:06, there’s a Fokker F-27-500 Friendship (built in 1971 reg. # 9M-APU (from April 15, 1971 to October 1, 1972) that was then transferred to New Zealand in 1978 under new reg. # ZK-NFC and lived a short aviation life, as it crashed on February 17, 1979 while landing in the Manukau Harbor (2 dead out of 4 on board).
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