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Half-Day Private Kuala Lumpur City Tour
"Join this half-day private tour to experience the local lifestyle culture and learn some history in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Chinatown Kuala Lumpur is the oldest Chinese settlement in Kuala Lumpur. Divided by three parallel streets Chinatown is well known for street food daily wears and places of worship. Brick fields is the oldest Indian settlement in Kuala Lumpur and even though it is occupied by local Indians Hinduism is not the only religion being practiced in this settlement. Ideal location for almost everything Indian.Istana Negara (Gates of The Kings Palace)
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'MUD: Our Story of Kuala Lumpur' Musical and Guided Walking Tour
"After pickup at your centrally located Kuala Lumpur hotel you are transferred by air-conditioned vehicle to Malaysia’s oldest theater Panggung Bandaraya a handsome Mughal-inspired building with ornate arched windows and doorways topped by a copper dome. Get comfortable in the air-conditioned theater and prepare to be immersed in the story of the founding of Malaysia's capital city Kuala Lumpur. The musical starts in 1880 and follows three young men who move from their villages to a modest tin-mining town at the confluence of two rivers
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Best of Kuala Lumpur City Tour Including National Museum and National Monument
"Begin your half-day tour of Kuala Lumpur with pickup from your hotel. Aboard a comfortable coach you’ll discover how despite Malaysia’s rapid development this capital city has retained its old-world charm as seen in its skyline that blends old and new influences. Pass old buildings whose Indo-Moorish architecture reflects Malaysia's colonial days. You'll notice a stark contrast between these sites and the modern edifices of contemporary skyscraper two of the tallest buildings in the world! Make your first photo stop here and marvel at the grandeur of this world-renowned landmark.Head to the Kuala Lumpur Craft Centre to browse cultural exhibits showcasing Malaysian handicrafts from batik (dyed cloth) and rattan (a type of palm) displaying traditional motifs to baskets and pottery carved with tiny intricacies. Then
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Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad

Bangunan Abdul Samad was built in the year 1897 and it placed various administrative dept of the British Govt. then... This building indeed a majestic landmark of Kuala Lumpur overlooking the Merdeka...
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Kaynisa
May 17, 2005

Sultan Abdul Samad Building

This is a historical building rich in character right in the “old” heart of Kuala Lumpur. The building was created in 1897 to house the British administration. The building is Moorish inspired and is...
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MikeAtSea
Dec 23, 2004

Sultan Abdul Samad building

it was built in 1897,topped by a shiny copper dome and a 40m high clock tower, is a major landmark in the city. It serves for important events such as the National Day Parade on August 31,and now...
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DunaKal
Jun 25, 2004

Sultan Abdul Samad Building

This moorish inspired building is now occupied by the Supreme Court and Textile Museum. It was built in 1897to house several important goverment during the British adminstration. Almost every year, it...
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yurijade
Aug 23, 2003

Sultan Abdul Salad building

I heard Sultan Abdul Salad building is a law court now. As it is a beautiful building, Victorian-Moorish architecture, made by bricks, I went around it. I came across lots of policemen on the backside...
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Sakura_Kobe
Aug 03, 2003

Around Sultan Abdul Samad

You will noticed this famous area and it's one of their must visit place. The gleaming copper domes and the clock tower of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building are by far the most impressive architectural...
yen_2
Jul 25, 2003

Sultan Abdul Samad Building

This is the highcourt of Malaysia. The building has the history of more than 100 years. A very nice place to visit expecially the night scene here. The road is closed everynight here for tourists. The...
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JamesWtc
Jul 05, 2003

Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Down in the centre of the old colonial district you will find the oft photographed Sultan Abdul Samad Building. For a really nice pictures bring your tripod and come down here at night, as the...
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kenmerk
Jun 17, 2003

Sultan Abdul Samad Building

My favourite architecture in KL. This is a MUST-SEE ... more than (well, at least comparable to) the Petronas towers. One recommendation of mine is to visit it at night when it looks absolutely...
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arikde
May 30, 2003

Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Which was completed in 1897 served as a Government administrative building. It now houses the Supreme and the High Courts. The clock tower, affectionately dubbed 'Big Ben' is a favorite with...
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sunnywong
Sep 12, 2002

visit the sultan abdul samad...

visit the sultan abdul samad building..when there are special events, the field in front of the building will host colourful parades, shows and festivities in celebration.. if you can, try to make it...
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eelaine
Aug 26, 2002

Sultan Abdul Samad Building

This is currently, I believe, the Malaysian Supreme Court. As near as I can tell, the unique thing about this building is that it's old and it looks cool. But there you have it, it does look very...
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Libs
Aug 24, 2002
 
 
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Things to Do Near Sultan Abdul Samad Building

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Masjid Jamek Mosque

Many of Kuala Lumpur's older buildings look like they have been plucked straight out of Mughal India, the Jamek Mosque in particular. Even though it was designed by a British architect in 1909, with...
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Railway Station

A fading transport hub and one of Asia's most impressive train stations, this is one stop you should make even if you don't need to. The fact that it's within walking distance of the National Mosque,...
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Sin Sze Si Ya Temple

This, the oldest, and has to be the one with the most character, temple in Chinatown is a delight to visit. You are made very welcome, no entrance fee, and you can smell the history here. It was...
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Central Market

The Central Market is a hassle free bazaar set on several levels inside an old British built colonial building. Many of the stalls are overflowing with local merchandise, although much of it looks...
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Sri Mahamariamman Indian Temple

Indians are Malaysia's third ethnic group, after Malay and Chinese, and make up a good ten percent of Kuala Lumpur's population. This Hindu temple, like the temple in Singapore which it closely...
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Chinatown - Petaling Street

Chinatown is the original commercial centre of Kuala Lumpur. Traders first set up here in the 1880’s Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur is not as large as other major cities in Asia, but it is very lively and...
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Jalan Raja/ Merdeka Square,

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