The KTM Headquarters, across the road from the magestic Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, is one of the most extravagant and breath-taking examples of Mughal architecture in Malaysia.
Before architect Arthur Benison Hubback transferred to Kuala Lumpur, he was serving the British administration in India where he was noticeably influenced by the symmetrical and decorative style of Mughal architecture, the most famous example of which is probably the Taj Mahal. The bulbous domes and slender minarets as well as the large halls of the KTM Headquarters clearly show Hubback's Mughal inclinations in his designs. If you think Masjid Jamek and the old Kuala Lumpur Railway Station are architecturally similar, you are not mistaken. Hubback designed those as well.
The grand palace-resembling building is the headquarters of the KTM Komuter. You may wander about on the ground floor or snap photos from outside but the rest of the building is not open to the public.