The Royal Gallery

The Sultan Sulaiman Building, better known as the White House of Klang, was built in 1909 by the British colonial government as the district office of Klang.

Over the past 98 years, the building was used for many different purpose, including that of being the administrative centre for the Japanese imperial army, the Selangor state police headquater, and Klang courthouse among others.

Recently, the government has turned the building into a gallery, “The Royal Gallery”.

The Royal Gallery





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