The Dayabumi Complex was inaugurated in the early years of 1980s. This human construction is considered to be one of the most expensive constructions in Malaysia. The architectural style is both Moorish and Byzantine and also possesses mesh of post-modern carvings and Islamic ornamentation. The complex nestles main tower, General Post office, City Point Shopping Complex and KTM Komuter stations. This building treasures a modern Islamic motif which consists of floral embellishments.
Islamic architecture prevents the curvatures of animals and human figures in the constructions. The chronology unfurls that the site of Dayabumi Complex of Kuala Lumpur was previously the hearth of Malayan Railways workshop and depots from the 1990s. The construction of the complex began in the year of 1982. The central market residing near the Klang River was not demolished. The building was completed in the year of 1984. The national Mosque is cradled near the Dayabumi Complex in Kuala Lumpur.
The Dayabumi Complex is positioned in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad building. The National Mosque or Masjid Negara has a capability of containing more than 15,000 people. There are 13 acres of beautiful garden which fortunes of nature. Please visit both mortal constructions which represent the sovereignty and uniqueness of the country that displays the spirits of Asia as a whole.