Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad

The British government used the Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad as the Federated Malay States or FMS administrative offices. It later served as the High Court, Federal Court and Court of Appeals Complex for Malaysia until 2007.


Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad today

Quick Facts about Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Sultan Abdul Samad Building Address

Sultan Abdul Samad Building old black and white photo.

Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad those days

Behind the building is where the two rivers of Kuala Lumpur, the Klang River and the Gombak River, meet.

Architecture: Mohammedan or Neo-Saracenic

Sultan Abdul Samad Building at night

The verandahs make use of many different forms of arches. There are 4-centered arches:

The building has three towers. The central clock tower and two smaller towers flanking it. All three towers are topped with onion shaped copper domes.

About Sultan Abdul Samad



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