This colonial era pearl located right next to the Sultan Abdul Samad Building on Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur. It's looks so petit and elegant compared to the towering buildings in the background.
The building was designed by Arthur Benison Hubback and was completed in 1905 to house the Malay States Railways.
Since then, the building has housed several government offices, banks and even the high court. in 2010, it was converted into the National Textile Museum, which it still is to this day.
Scooting around Kota Kinabalu and seeing the sights:
avoiding the ‘Culture village’ in lieu of a waterfall where the kids play
caught in a monsoon,
drying off by going 110k/hr,
arriving windswept at the nearest Shangri la,
coconuts and G&T on the beach! .
Today we're headed towards Asia ✈️ We can't wait to leave the cold and dark Copenhagen for warmer weather, lush landscapes and stunning beaches ☀️🌴🍹⠀
Around this time last winter, we visited the tea plantations in Cameron Highlands 🌳 ⠀
There's so much to explore in this beautiful world! 💚⠀
Whenever we stay at Maxims or Genting Grand at @resortsworldgenting just outside of Kuala Lumpur, we make the five-minute drive to Chin Swee Caves Temple to see the stunning structure, verdant surrounding forest and striking Titiwangsa Mountains. Share your favorite #ForbesTravelGuide hotels! #Regram: @_abdulhad1
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