Malayan Railways Limited Building, Kuala Lumpur

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web
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  • This is a land mark monument built by the Britishers , I think as we find like this buildings in india too . . In Malaysia I found so many tourists clicking themselves with this building . 
  • The location of this building is just adjacent to the National Mosque. It is operated by the Malayan Railway Company. Do not miss to take pictures of this place. 
  • Close to the station, across the street is the old beautiful colonial-style hotel and the old train station building. And now it is the headquarters of the Malaysian Railways (KTM Berhad). Built by Arthur Habbekom in the Indo-saracenic and moresque style, typical of the British colonies. Unusual and beautiful building after reconstruction and 1986 2001 year acquired improved infrastructure, air conditioning system. But after the next built a new railway station, this gave the reins and more turns into a trade and business centre. The entire history of Malaysia as would be captured in such buildings, which are moving from century to century and retains features of different periods. Take a walk!
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  • Interesting blend of moorish/local/colonial architecture. Best views of the building are across the street. Other than the architecture, not much else to see.
  • A nice architectural design.
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