When I went to the National Mosque, I saw the building halfway. The white building has Islamic architectural style, with 8-corner star carving pattern decoration, Islamic arch design, very unique, very beautiful. The building is very close to the national mosque, because of the Islamic style, it makes a difference. It is relatively rare for high-rise buildings to have Islamic style. Because I went there on Sunday, the building looks closed (this is an office building).
Hongtu Building is close to the National Mosque, Central Market and Independent Square. Because of its Islamic architecture, it is different from others. It is the geometric pattern of modern Islamic architecture. The building is not open to the public or tourists. It is relatively unusual to see such designs on taller buildings.
Designed by Japanese designers, once a landmark building in Kuala Lumpur, Hongtu Mansion is located near the Independent Square in early Kuala Lumpur. There are many delicacies and more tall buildings. Hongtu Mansion was once a landmark building with very high buildings.
This unique skyscraper is a feature of the KL skyline, and can be seen from the north at Merdeka Square and from the south at the National Mosque. Its Islamic inspired architecture fits in very well with the older Mughal buildings in this part of the city, such as the old KL station, the old post office, the textile museum and Masjid Jamek, while still being strikingly modern.