If you like history, you probably wanted to visit this part of KL, there are many various samples of British colonial Mughal architecture, with few mocks of Tudor as well. The Sultan building which used to be the city's main governor's office is absolutely stunning, and there are few other ex colonial government buildings all designed in Mughal mainly, it is unfortunate that you can't enter the premises as i think it would be particularly interesting, and the fact that the square is extremely hot under the heat of the sun! but there is few museum nearby the square in the former chartered bank building and the square is only few miles away from the Market square that offers more colonial insight (not that interesting however) but the beautiful Mughal Mosque is. But apart from that, there isn't much to do in the city square.
I would rank it a 5 if it weren't for the freaking heat, there are hardly any trees for shades... and was hard to find nearest minimarket.
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