How Malaysia became a big part of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’


Lights, camera, action: Part of the local filming crew for ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ shooting the private island scene on a boat in Langkawi, Kedah. — Photo courtesy of Biscuit Films

PETALING JAYA: Just how much of Malaysia became a part of Hollywood film Crazy Rich Asians? A lot.

Magen Appathurai, a producer at Biscuit Films, a Petaling Jaya-based company that offers production support services to foreign companies looking to film in Malaysia, shared the locations in Malaysia which served as backdrops for the much talked-about movie.

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