Across the street from the railway station is the impressive KTMB Building, administrative offices for the Malaysian Railway.
National Textile Museum
Old General Post Office, now government offices
One dominant presence alongside the square is the Sultan Abdul Samad building, originally housing the offices of the British Colonial Administration and, after independence, the administration of the Federated Malay States, and, later, the supreme courts of Malaysia. The building is currently shared by the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia and the Ministry of Tourism and Culture. The design is a inspired by North Indian Islamic architecture, with elements of Moorish and European mixed in for quite an eclectic ensemble.
Sultan Abdul Samad building
Old High Court
The Moorish and Islamic architecture of Kuala Lumpur (and the European influences) are fun to see and admire and this has been a great walk through the older, government-oriented, parts of the city.