Kuala Lumpur's Sentral integrated transportation hub.
Kuala Lumpur's new rail terminus opened in 2001 to replace the aging landmark railway station. The massive new terminal, now Southeast Asia's largest, is designed as an integrated transportation hub, with several commuter trains passing through the station, as well as forming one terminus of the KLIA Express train. You can also catch a bus from here to other parts of Malaysia.
There's more to Sentral than just transportation. The main hall has the feel of a shopping mall about it, and there are two large hotels adjacent to the complex, with another on the way. In fact, the terminal is part of a massive development that ultimately includes several office towers, a shopping mall, residential towers and, eventually, an expanded station that will hook up to the terminal monorail station, which is currently 400 meters away from the terminal building.