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City: Kuala Lumpur

Originally the offices of the Colonial Secretariat, Sultan Abdul Samad Building 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 and the 40 m high clock tower is a popular gathering-point for New Year and National Day countdown celebrations and parades.


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