The King's Palace or Istana Negara was inherent 1928 and was initially the living arrangement of a Chinese tycoon. Amid the Japanese occupation from 1942-1945, it was utilized as the Japanese officers' chaos. After the surrender of the Japanese, the building was purchased by the Selangor State Government. It was then revamped to wind up the royal residence of His Majesty the Sultan of Selangor until 1957. Along these lines it was purchased by the Federal Government to be transformed into the Istana Negara for the Yang di Pertuan Agong, the Malaysian King. The region is fenced up and at the front of the entryway are two gatekeeper posts where individuals from the Royal Calvary protect the passage. The royal residence is not opened to general society and the fundamental passageway with the mounted imperial watchman at the door is one of the principle attractions for guests to the Istana.