When you take a taxi, the first thing you are attracted to is not the opposite independent square, but the courthouse building. It's not too beautiful, just like coming to Europe and America. The Yadushamo Building in Sudan is the seat of the High Court and the Supreme Court and the landmark building of Kuala Lumpur. Built in 1897, it used to be the headquarters of the colonists. After taking a picture in front, you can go to the back and take a picture on the bridge.
When standing in Kuala Lumpur's Independent Square, there will always be a kind of trance, a variety of styles, a variety of times imprinted buildings mixed, surrounded by the open square covered with green lawn. Among them, it can be said that the most dazzling and striking is the building of the High Court in Yadusha, Sudan, which is located on the east side of the square. This building can be said to be in a simple low-key and reveal strange. The appearance of red and white bricks, the overall architectural style, both Indian imprint and full of Arab fairy tales. Unfortunately, as a government agency currently in use, the office is unable to enter the interior.
One of the landmarks is the Independent Square opposite. It has a big lawn. It's very beautiful. It's suitable for taking pictures. When we went to the National Day, scaffolding was being set on the lawn. I don't know what kind of activity it is. Next to the lawn is the statue and city exhibition hall of Kuala Lumpur, which will be taken by tourists. There are delicious durian cakes, which can be walked along the river from the Central Art Square. It's more than 10 minutes'walk. The whole scenic spot is very close.
Can you imagine that this is the High Court? Looking at the pictures, there is absolutely an illusion of being in Europe. That's right, because it was a British colony, so it has a European style. It's one of the landmarks of Kuala Lumpur. Just opposite the Independence Square, the magnificent building is like a castle, magnificent and somewhat mysterious. It attracts countless tourists from all over the world to stop in front of this distinctive building to take pictures.
We went there on weekends, just in time for a bicycle event there. There were small bands and various performances in the square. There were also many stalls, which complemented each other with the activities of high, old buildings and modern young people. It's suggested to go on weekends. Maybe we can have unexpected surprises like us.
The High Court of Adu, Sudan, is a landmark building in Kuala Lumpur. It has a history of more than one hundred years since it was built at the end of the nineteenth century. This building appears in Jackie Chan's film Police Story 3. It is located in the center of Kuala Lumpur and can be visited with Independence Square.
Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia, an Islamic country. The Supreme Court of Adu, Sudan, is the highest-level court in the country. Its architectural form has obvious Islamic color. Although the building is very beautiful and not very high, it is solemn and luxurious. It can be seen from a glance that it is a government agency or a royal building.
Opposite Independence Square, take LRT to get off at Jiameike Mosque Station. You can go to Jiameike Mosque first. You can see it in less than five minutes when you walk out. However, it is not open to the outside world. You can only take pictures outside, but the building is really beautiful.
Every major celebration, colorful lights illuminate the whole building, making it feel like a castle in the Arab mythological world, magnificent and somewhat mysterious. The nightscape is very beautiful, and it is one of the sights of Kuala Lumpur that can not be missed by photographers.
Can you imagine that the High Court of Malaysia is like this?! It also has a name of Sultan Yadushamo Building, which is also a landmark building in Kuala Lumpur. The two designers who designed the building had spent some time in India. They designed the building in an amazing mixture of Indian and Arab styles.