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The King’s Palace or Istana Negara was built in 1928 and was originally the residence of a Chinese millionaire. During the Japanese occupation from 1942-1945, it was used as the Japanese officers’ mess. After the surrender of the Japanese, the building was bought by the Selangor State Government. It was then renovated to become the palace of His Majesty the Sultan of Selangor until 1957.

Subsequently it was bought by the Federal Government to be turned into the Istana Negara for the Yang di Pertuan Agong, the Malaysian King. The area is fenced up and at the front of the gate are two guard posts where members of the Royal Calvary guard the entrance. The palace is not opened to the public and the main entrance with the mounted royal guard at the gate is one of the main attractions for visitors to the Istana.

Another Excerpt about one photo

The Sultan Ibrahim Building is a former state secretariat building of Johor. It is located at Bukit Timbalan in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. The building was constructed between 1936 and 1939 and was completed in 1940 as the British colonial government attempted to streamline the state’s administration.

It was officially opened by the late Sultan Ibrahim of Johor.

It was also the tallest building in Malaya during the pre-Merdeka era. In Johor Bahru itself, it stood unchallenged as the tallest building in the town until the completion of the Merlin Tower in the 1970s.

And Another

And Another Skyline Kuala Lumpur

This shot was Taken from Menara Kuala Lumpur Tower

Menara Kuala Lumpur Tower is a communications tower located at the top of Hill in middle Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia . Its construction was completed on 1 March 1995. consederd as one of the most intresrting destination for tourists in Kuala Lumpur with 421 meter hight.

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