Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Jalan Tun Perak, Kuala Lumpur.

About

Sultan Abdul Samad Building - Originally the offices of the Colonial Secretariat, they later served as the first administrative centre of the Malayan government. Built in 1848 by British architects, A C Norman and A B Hubback, this historical landmark is famed for its Islamic-inspired architecture. Today, it houses the Courts of Law. The 40 m high clock tower is a popular gathering-point for New Year and National Day countdown celebrations and parades.

Expert Review

"Sultan Abdul Samad Building, one of the most photographed sights in Kuala Lumpur. Don't miss to visit this place," - By Lalitha, 27 Aug 2013

Recent Expert Reviews

"Sultan Abdul Samad Building, one of the most photographed sights in Kuala Lumpur. Don't miss to visit this place," - By Lalitha, 27 Aug 2013

"Don't miss to visit this place,apart from Merdeka Square is the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, one of the most photographed sights in Kuala Lumpur. The buildings design are magnificent and reflects the Malaysian Architecture and Style." - By Lalitha, 27 Aug 2013

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