People tend to check in during these times:
Sultan Abdul Samad Building is among historic building in Kuala Lumpur and become a Kuala Lumpur landmark for more than 100 years.
As majestic as it is in the morning, when the building is lit up at night, it looks simply magical. Use public transportation to get here. Parking is limited.
Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad, our "Merdeka Walkabout" itenerary:
A nice place to visit. Don't miss it !
The most beautiful building in Kuala Lumpur. I'm excited at all
Why the bloody hell is the ministry of info, comms, culture occupying ALL this space? So many people? What are they doing?? Ugh, I hate paying tax
Karnival Iktiraf 2012
It was completed in 1897 by A.C. Norman and was used to house several government departments at the time of the British administration in Malaya.
Mat rempit's territory.
A must-see in KL, this building with its copper domes was completed in 1897. Built by the British, its architecture is actually Moorish and not native to Malaysia.
A stylish landmark. Together with the Merdeka Square, so you won't miss it.
Parking is extremely packed.
At night nice view here
Ojan best was here!!!
Checkout the Textile Museum
Do you know that the birthplace of Kuala Lumpur is less than 200m from you? Get the juicy bits. See Dataran Merdeka better. With your ears. Download audio guides from
Bahagian padang ni ia tengah renovate kat kelilingnya .
Bangunan tua tp keren punya
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