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A beautiful Palace in the style of Indian sultans built in two years in 1999 in the ideal city of officials for the first official. We drove a taxi from the back. Naturally, everything is closed. Malaysia is not Germany, where allowed to the Bundestag....More
One of the must see place in Putrajaya. The architecture and design was unique. Though we are not allowed to go inside, mange to take few pics near the entrance. No wonder, the front gates are always closed and guarded 24/7. Suggest to go in...More
Impressive and imposing building that is the Prime Ministers office - so naturally for security reasons the public are not allowed in.
This is solid western office architecture meeting the iconic dome and traditions of the East - a good metaphor for Malaysia.