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Things to do in Jamek Mosque of Kuala Lumpur

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Monument / Landmark
“where the independence of Malaysia from the British was announced on Aug 31, 1957”
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Monument / Landmark
“Set in the Merdeka Square of KL, Sultan Abdul Samad Building was built in 1897, in early Moorish-style architecture. Constructed entirely in brick, the historic landmark was named after the ruling sultan in that era, and was once home to the Ministry of Information, Communications and Culture. It continues to remain a major tourist attraction for the gothic and western influences that are visible in the design style. The 41m high clock tower is what people admire the most at this point. Location: Jalan Raja, City Centre, 50050 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Timings: 24 hours Entry fees: Free”
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Place of worship
“The mosque is iconic as it is where Kuala Lumpur first started, and it is very beautiful, be sure to walk in the nearby city where there are bazaar of foods, cloths, and many more. Little india is nearby here”
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“Wonderful experience with musical river show. Check out the timing on the musical performance ”
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“Masjid Jamek Mosque was built in 1907, making it the oldest Islamic place of worship in Kuala Lumpur. A combination of ancient Moorish, Islam and Mughal architectural styles, it offers breathtaking photo opportunities for travellers as it also overlooks the Klang River and several KL city landmarks. Surrounding the main prayer hall are three domes, the tallest of which measures at 20 metres, flanked by two brick minarets that stand over 25 metres tall. There’s also an Islamic Experience Centre just outside the mosque, which houses a number of informative displays in English. The mosque, like the National Mosque,”
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Bus Station
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Train Station
“The biggest mosque in KL. Highly recommended. A great place to learn more about Islam and explore the religion. ”
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Point of Interest
“Built in 1909, Jamek Mosque - better known as Masjid Jamek among the locals - is the oldest mosque in the city.”
  • 1 local recommends