After a few days of heavy snow, it finally ushered in a sunny day. As soon as I got to the Independence Square, I went to the Independence Square in the morning. The Independence Square in the morning was quiet and busy, and the working people went to the subway in a hurry.
The Independence Square in the sun is different in beauty, and the statue shines golden in the sunlight.
In the afternoon, the Independence Square is completely different from the morning. It has become lively, shopping, street performers have appeared, and people feel the excitement of the city.
Independence Square, the Malaysian flag flutters in the wind on the 100-meter-high flagpole. It is said to be the tallest flagpole in the world. There is an oblate black stone on the grass in the square, which is vividly engraved on: August 30, 1957. The British flag was lowered at midnight and the Malaysian flag was raised for the first time. There are European-style buildings around the square, which is a historical testimony of Malaysia's escape from colonial rule. Opposite the square is the Sultan Abdul Rah Mansion, a distinctive Islamic-style building designed by British architects, built between 1894 and 1897. It used to be the administrative center of the British colonial government. The entire building is full of beautiful Victorian and Moorish architecture. Currently serving as the venue for the Supreme Court of Malaysia and the High Court.
I must have Amway for everyone! A centuries-old town hall on the Independence Square in Kuala Lumpur is performing a story about Kuala Lumpur every day. The story began in 1857 and until the mining boom of 1880, the golden tin of tin should drink a lot of pioneers, people from all over Asia poured into Kuala Lumpur. Here is the story of Malays, Indians and Chinese living together on this land in Kuala Lumpur.
This musical is played every day at 3 pm and 8:30 pm. You can see if you buy a ticket.
Transportation: You can take a taxi to the City Hall. There is a uber in Kuala Lumpur. There is no problem in basic English. You can even meet Chinese drivers. You can also speak Mandarin and even Cantonese and Hakka.
fare: MYR 85 for foreigners and MYR 53 for nationals.
Time consuming: One hour of music performance.
Opposite the Independence Square in Kuala Lumpur, there is a Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Although the name is gargle, the iconic clock tower is very recognizable. The architectural design has a special symmetrical beauty, the Moorish-style building, with a bronze shimmering dome that looks very much like a castle in a fairy tale. This magnificent and unique building was built in 1897 and was once the headquarters of the British colonial government. It is said to be called the "Big Ben" of Kuala Lumpur. Next to the Independence Square is the old administrative center of Kuala Lumpur. The two-story building is magnificent, and even if it has weathered, it looks very new.
메르데카 광장(Dataran Merdeka(독립 광장))은 쿠알라룸푸르에서 역사적으로나 정치적으로 중요한 의의가 있는 랜드마크 가운데 하나입니다. 말레이시아가 영국의 통치에서 벗어나 독립을 선언할 때 말레이시아 국기를 가장 먼저 게양한 곳이 바로 여기입니다. 현재 광장 남쪽 끝에 커다란 국기 게양대가 마련되어 있습니다. 국기 게양대 아래에는 말레이시아 역대 총리와 현재 총리의 초상화가 걸려 있습니다. 메르데카 광장을 둘러싼 건축물들은 풍성하고 다양한 건축 양식을 자랑합니다. 영국 튜더 양식부터 이슬람 양식과 길드하우스, 저 멀리 보이는 마천루까지 정말 다양합니다. 하나하나의 건축물은 말레이시아 식민지 역사의 한 면을 보여줍니다.