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Google Malaysia kicks off Street View Driving and Street View Images

Starting with Kuala Lumpur, Google will now begin driving Street View cars equipped with special cameras to collect street-level imagery for Google Maps with Street View. Google will continue to drive across the country, and this activity represents a long-term investment with the objective of capturing imagery across Malaysia over the next few years. 

Today Google is also publishing new Street View imagery of 18 sites across Malaysia, including Taman Tasik Titiwangsa, Sri Subramaniam Temple Batu Caves and Masjid Sultan Sallahuddin  Abdul Aziz Shah. This 360-degree imagery, collected using the Street View Trike, a tricycle-based camera system, will allow Malaysians and people the world to virtually explore these scenic Malaysian destinations right through Google Maps.

Google is also introducing the Street View Trekker, a wearable backpack camera system, and the Street View Trolley, a pushcart camera system, to Malaysia. With the Trekker and Trolley, Google aims to later capture more of Malaysia’s off-road sites and make these landscapes easily accessible for everyone to experience online.

Make sure you keep an eye out to catch them on the streets!
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Hallelujah, finally reach Malaysia.
This is cool, but you guys should really just use the street view bike instead of the car to avoid being trapped in the jam. we all know how's the traffic in KL area. 
Can we see street view on mobile maps?
Weird I zoomed in the maximum at Tmn Tasik Titiwangsa but don't see it.
+Alvin Lim , you have to drop a pin (long press) anywhere on Taman tasik Titiwangsa, then expand the info tab. There you can have your Street View.
(tested on Google Maps v7.1.0 on Android 4.1.1)
Ah... Thanks for the tip!
Can Google Malaysia please implement the road information on Labuan Island? The information was available to iOS devices when Apple was still using Google Maps, but it was not available anywhere else for the longest time.

I know the island is small but please don't ignore it, the people here and those visiting too uses Google services. Waze which was recently acquired by Google too has information for this island. 

Please, don't ignore this tiny speck on earth. Thank you.
Such a cool project. I see your cars driving around occasionally here.
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