Standing in its red brick glory is the Sikh temple, reminiscent of Kuala Lumpur's pre-war shop-houses. The temple gates ... More
Kampung Bahru Sikh Temple
Standing in its red brick glory is the Sikh temple, reminiscent of Kuala Lumpur's pre-war shop-houses. The temple gates are normally closed to traffic, but there is a side entrance that allows individuals to enter. In keeping with the Sikh faith, there are no icons. Instead, pictures of Sikh saints line the entrance hall. The temple is open only occasionally, including special festivals. Visitors may have to make do with a view through the gates.
Built in 1965, the national mosque is Malaysia's principal mosque and one of the most prominent buildings in the city.
The MYR10 million structure stands diagonally opposite the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station in a five hectare landscaped garden. Reputed ...
Set atop the hill in the scenic Lake Garden (Taman Tasik Perdana) , Parliament House is a symbol of democracy
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Established in 1985, the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia is an attractive blend of modern architecture and traditional Islamic design. This
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