Sultan Abdul Samad Building Tours

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Sultan Abdul Samad Building
Colonial architects A.C. Norman and A.B. Hubbock completed the now iconic Sultan Abdul Samad Building in 1897 during the British administration of the region. Designed for governmental administrative offices, the building on Merdeka Square was the first public building in the country to feature a Mughal architectural style — a school that combines Indian Muslim, Gothic and Moorish influences.

Today, the building is home of the Ministry of Information, Communications and Culture. Its 135-foot (41-meter) tall clock tower flanked by two copper cupolas have become one of Kuala Lumpur’s most recognizable landmarks. The structure is particularly impressive at night, when the domes and clock tower are lit up.

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The Sultan Abdul Samad Building is located on Merdeka Square next to the old general post office.
Address: 109 Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur 50450, Malaysia
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