Sentul is located in the North area of Kuala Lumpur, it is closer to the heart of the main KL city but much of it are residential area.
Those are apartments, Offices and mosque behind it.
In hearts of KL, Highways are everywhere.
*** but this highways depends on tolls plaza to covers the costs.
The essence of European architecture is still available in this ex-European colonial country. Malaysia was colonized by Portuguese, Netherlands and British empire and finally Japanese took over in WW2, all of these took over 400 years of colonization period. as ex-British colonial rule, Malaysia is known as the Commonwealth Country by the British. SO, IT DOES NOT LOOK SO STRANGE IF KUALA LUMPUR HAS SOME OLD ENGLISH ARCHITECTURES in it's buildings. Featured pictures are Royal Selangor Club in front of Dataran Merdeka, a historical buildings ages around 125 years old.
Much of Malaysian terrain are not flat, hills and mountains made these highways required tunnels.