The National Monument (Tugu Negara) is made in recognition of the fallen "troopers" amid the battle for flexibility to freedom in Malaysia. It speaks to the fallen troopers amid the second World War, when Japan possessed this a player in Southeastern Asia (beside that likewise the repulsing of socialism is frequently specified). The landmark is one of the biggest bronze statues on the planet, it is 15,5 meters of stature, implicit 1966 and planned by draftsman Felix de Weldon (has outlined amongst others the acclaimed Iwo Jima landmark). The statue speaks to the general flexibility in Malaysia; the national song of praise (hymn of opportunity) is regularly connected with this. The statue comprises of 7 warriors conveying the Malaysian banner. Each of the warriors speaks to one of the seven characteristics of administration: order, solidarity, quality, attentiveness, enduring, mettle and penance.