Is this rude to ask the question like this? In English it would sound a bit rude to say, "Who are you?"
If you want to aske a person's name politely, you can say "Siapakah namamu?" or "Siapa namamu?" if you want to be more casual.
When do you use "Siapa kamu" and when do you use "kamu siapa"?
It's same. Depending on your preference
They are same, I think. I am Indonesian. They are no problems which you say "Siapa kamu" or "Kamu Siapa". Because they ask about name of people who we don't know.
The latter is a little rude, but its meaning is about the same.
Siapa kamu dan kamu siapa sama saja.
But usually indonesia people used 'Kamu siapa?'.
Siapa kamu. Siapa. Siapa. Siapa. Siapa.
That is the theme song to CSI Indonesia.
I remember words by putting them into songs or using them in TV shows.
Kamu siapaa~ kamu siapa~ aku siapaa~
Siapa has a two meaning?
As like who and what?