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Bank Negara Malaysia Building

Bank Negara Malaysia Building (5 April, 2009)

Bank Negara Malaysia Building (GPS: 5.42052, 100.34044) is a modern building on Light Street, at the junction with Pitt Street. It houses the Penang branch of the Malaysian central bank. The building was erected in the Brutalist architecture style in the late 1970's, and occupied the site which was the mansion of Goh Ban Bee, a wealthy Chinese merchant of the late 19th century.

Getting there

You can reach the Bank Negara Malaysia Building by taking the Rapid Penang Free Shuttle Bus to Station No. 5 (Bank Negara).

Bank Negara Malaysia Building, side view (21 August, 2011)

Nearby Sights

The Bank Negara Malaysia Building is on the map of Light Street

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