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Classic Mugul Architecture Station in the Centre of KL. Sadly now replaced by the new Sentral Transport Hub. The Heritage Mamak Restaurant in the Station Buildings is superb! The Ayam Bawang is Tasty & Good!
Trains still run through this glorious white Indian style palace with many delicate towers. It is rather dilapidated yet well worth seeing if you are interested in architecture. It can be reached from Pasar Seni station through construction work and walkways. While there pop over...More
Take your camera! the architecture and views are superb if you are a lover of historic architecture. I found that the outside conditions whether sunny or cloudy skies really affect the looks of the buildings. On a sunny day, the white of the station really...More
We were excited to visit here as the 'visitkl' webpage said there was a heritage rail museum housed in the building, along with the still working station. It's not! We spent ages walking in and out and all around the building trying to find. Staff...More
The station is still a stop,on the train to north area of malaysia .
Is impressive but nothing else near it except majestic hotel and a nice white catholic church .which is across a very busy highway .
At the time this railway station was built in 1910 stations in Europe often resembled cathedrals to emphasize the importance of the then ultra-modern new transportation system. Following English tradition Hubback, the Liverpool architect tried to do something similar in Malaya, but instead of choosing...More
You don't need a ticket. The lower level has a restaurant and I think a small hotel. So all you have to do is wander around. We did not find it that interesting but don't take our word for it and have a look around. It will... More
You don't need a ticket. The lower level has a restaurant and I think a small hotel. So all you have to do is wander around. We did not find it that interesting but don't take our word for it and have a look around. It will not take that long!! We did not explore the upper levels because we reached the same conclusion as LorraineP did that there were just offices.