Kuala Lumpur Railway Station

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Built in 1910, this was the central hub for the nation's rail transportation before the modern KL Sentral Station. The building has great influences of North Indian Islamic design in its architecture such as beautiful arches, domes, spires and minarets which gives the building a majestic and romantic feel.

Due to the demand of office space in 1967, a new 4 storey extension was built at the north wing of the station, including the Heritage Station Hotel, formerly known as Boy's Hotel.

The railway station is no longer the main hub for train services in Kuala Lumpur since 2001 and currently the Komuter rail service is the only tran that still stops here.