Visitors will love this distinctive landmark in KL, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Moorish in design, this building, ... More
Sultan Abdul Samad Building
Visitors will love this distinctive landmark in KL, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Moorish in design, this building, completed in 1897, was formerly the seat of the British colonial government. Perhaps the most photographed building in the city, it features a 40-meter clock tower affectionately dubbed "Big Ben", topped with a golden dome and flanked on both sides by two domed towers. During state occasions, colored lights twinkle in the arches, making it look like a scene from an Arabian Nights' tale.
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 ...
Named as Kuala Lumpur's Best City Hotel in 2012 by TTG Asia and Best Business Hotel in 2012 by Business
Traveler and Expatriate Lifestyle, Hilton Kuala Lumpur is only 28 minutes by direct train from Kuala Lumpur International Airport.Boasting ...
Sitting majestically atop Bukit Timbalan, the Sultan Ibrahim Building is perhaps the single most distinctive structure symbolizing Johor Bahru. It
was built in 1940 during the British rule of Malaya. Today, it houses the state secretariat and other departments ...