Passing by the General Post Office and seeing this building, I couldn't help but stop and watch. I haven’t seen this kind of modern building with Islamic architectural characteristics in Kuala Lumpur for many days. Unfortunately, I can only visit this place we inadvertently saw from the MRT or the light rail here. I’m glad we did it. Up. From the inside out, the building left a deep impression. If you like it, think it's worth seeing.
Kuala Lumpur is a well-deserved landmark building. Although it is not famous for the Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur Tower, or National Mosque, it is still a must-see famous landscape. The white building is very beautiful, the whole building looks holy and magical, highlighting the local religious culture.
Designed by a Japanese designer, it was once an iconic building in Kuala Lumpur. The Hongtu Mansion was early in Kuala Lumpur’s Merdeka Square. There are many foods and more high-rise buildings. The Hongtu Mansion was once an iconic building with a very tall building. .
When I went to the National Mosque, I saw this building on the way. The white building has an Islamic architectural style, with octagonal star carved hollow pattern decoration and Islamic arch design, which is very unique and very beautiful. This building is very close to the National Mosque, because the Islamic style makes it unique. Islamic styles in tall buildings are relatively rare. Because I went there on Sunday, the building seemed to be closed (this is an office building).
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Once they are headquarters to Pejabat Pos Malaysia however then it was leased to several companies including government agencies such Maybank Berhad and much more.
This unique skyscraper is a feature of the KL skyline, and can be seen from the north at Merdeka Square and from the south at the National Mosque. Its Islamic inspired architecture fits in very well with the older Mughal buildings in this part of the city, such as the old KL station, the old post office, the textile museum and Masjid Jamek, while still being strikingly modern.
Dayabumi Complex is a major landmark in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It houses several commercial facilities and is one of the earliest skyscrapers in the city.
Previously, it was a site of Malayan Railway workshops and depots from the 1900s until 1981. Construction began on 14 February 1982. Central Market, which is near the banks of Klang River avoided demolition during Dayabumi Complex's construction.The building was completed in February 1984. It was owned by Urban Development Authority of Malaysia (UDA). However, in the year 2005, the building was taken over by the KLCC Properties Holdings Berhad (KLCCP), a member of Petronas Group.