KL City Gallery gives an overview of the city’s past, present and future through a collection of prints, miniatures and photographs. This gallery is situated in a 114-year old Moorish styled building. Visitors can watch artists at work, stand beside the largest wood veneer mural in the world and join a DIY workshop to assemble their own souvenirs
This remarkable edifice, built in 1897, was named after the State Ruler and served as the government administration building during the British era. Boasting a Mahometan or Neo-Saracenic style, the building is constructed entirely of brick. It was the largest building of its day and was said to be the finest in the Malay states.
4) National Monument
Situated overlooking the KL Lake Gardens, the huge bronze monument was built to pay tribute to the valiant soldiers who gave their lives defending the country during the Communist Insurgency in the 1950s. It was designed by Felix de Weldon, the architect of the famous Iwo Jima Memorial