Timings : 24 hours Closed on Saturday and Sunday
Time Required : Less than 1 hour
Entry Fee : No entry fee
The beautifully designed and maintained, 19th-century structure, Sultan Abdul Samad Building stands tall at the Jalan Raja, Kuala Lumpur in front of Merdeka Square and Royal Selangor Club, glorifying the history of Malaysia. It looks exceptionally beautiful when illuminated after sunset.
Owing to its appealing beauty and architecture, Sultan Abdul Samad Building now houses the offices of the Ministry of Information, Communication, and Culture of Malaysia still being opened for the general public to visit and explore the corners. Being one of the most photographed buildings of Malaysia, it stands right beside the 41.2 meters tall clock tower with a magnificent design, marking the Independence of Malaysia on 31st August 1957.
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