It was a branch of Chartered Bank, the first bank in Klang. For locals, the entrance fee is RM2 for adults, while children can enter for free. Thai 8. Fun fair. It was built inreplacing the earlier Makhota Puri place which occupied the same site.
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But somewhere in the cheesiness of it all, lies the magic of free things. Pair your song with a musical instrument of your choice. Drive on out to the nearest gourmet food store and pick out some ingredients that tantalises your set of taste buds. Subscribe now! Chinese Asian Malaysian Seafood. Daily, The original Masjid India was built around to cater for the religious needs of the Indian Muslim community who lived in and around Klang.