It's beautiful. I haven't seen such a clean and beautiful mosque. On the outskirts of Yabi, a taxi ride from the Central Jaya Hotel was offered for 20 yuan. (Don't look for a Chinese taxi driver) When he came back, he didn't take a taxi. He walked all the way back to the hotel along the coastal pedestrian street. It was very tired, but the scenery was good. Renting gowns ranges from 3 to 10 rm. The owner of the clothes rental shop has been to Beijing. Because I was told that I lived in Niu Street and was also a Muslim, and rented me a set free of charge! _________ There's a lot of space inside. The staff will understand and take photos for you. If you are a Muslim, tell them that you can walk, take pictures or worship on the carpet in the central area! A total of 50 RM stickers have been placed, though less.
Very good, when I went to the Muslim wedding, I felt very sacred, hip-hopping, quite good. Oh, the place for renting clothes, the general three horse money, I hate to look bad, ten horse money rented a set, and then went inside to take off shoes, barefoot into. By the way, there are ice-cream shops in the places where clothes are rented. You can have a taste of the local durian ice-cream by the way. Oh, go inside and take a picture with a local worshiping grandmother. The people there are very friendly. ~Hee-hee. ~A person's trip is not so pathetic.*^^*
The largest mosque in Malay at present is a man-made lake in front of the mosque. It's best to come when the weather is clear or cloudy, and best to take a reflection at sunset! ________ The opening hours should be clearly recorded, from 8:00 to 17:00 on Sunday to Thursday, from 8:00 to 11:00 on Friday, from 9:00 to 11:00 on Saturdays, and from 8:00 to 12:00 on July 9 to August 7, from 13:30 to 15:40, and from 16:15 to 18:00 on Saturdays. The city takes a taxi to the mosque for about 30 horsemoney, no tickets are needed, but you need to rent clothes inside the mosque. On the right side of the entrance is a shop renting clothes. The clothes are optional. The rent ranges from 3 to 6 horsemoney, and you can reckon when you come out.
It's a place to punch in, but Muslim clothes look good, even they're too hot! The price-performance ratio is not high, the service is not very good, ticket sales of three people have been playing with mobile phones. Clothes are not allowed to be chosen by oneself, and the waiter keeps driving away without staying for 5 minutes. I think if you want to maintain more religion, it's better to open the door on the basis of gender. If you want to earn money from tourists, you should have a good service.
Situated on the Bank of Likas Bay, Shaba Mosque, built in 1997, covers an area of one hectare. It is a typical contemporary Islamic building and one of the most magnificent mosques in Malaysia with sunset scenery. Built on a man-made lake in the Gulf of Ricas, it feels like it's floating on the surface of the water, thus gaining the reputation of "Water Mosque". The amazing white building shape is perfectly integrated with the blue sky.
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I don't know what other people think of it after the last time I sent it. Anyway, I like it very much. If you tell me some of the places to play before I know anything, I can tell you that this place is the most likely to attract me. I like the places that gather local culture with local characteristics, such as temples, temples, churches and so on. Although I don't trust any of them, I really like those places. They are quiet and quiet. They always have the feeling of purifying the soul. And I think those places are very beautiful ~different from the prosperous, technological and scenic beauty of many other places (^____________________~
Quality Comments: This Yabi Municipal Mosque is the famous water mosque in Yabi, which attracts more visitors than the urban state mosque. From the GATYA Street 50 Ma Yuan, about 90 RMB, taxi to water mosque, package back and forth. Yabi Waterfront Mosque is not far from the city. It is a typical contemporary Islamic building. It is situated on a man-made lake. It is called Waterfront Mosque because it has a large pool beside the mosque and looks like it is built on water. The water mosque has a white appearance, a standard mosque style, and some elements of modern architecture. The roof is designed with light transmission. Waterborne mosque is open free of charge and needs to take off shoes when entering. Ladies must cover their bodies and hair with large silk scarves. They can only show their faces. If not, they can rent clothes at the service office outside the door for three horse coins each. There is a large bathroom at the entrance, a washstand and shower equipment for big and clean. There is also a school for educating local children and providing meals. Many children wear local folk hats, which are very cute.
It's about 10 minutes'drive from downtown Yabi, not very far. Because in front of the building is a man-made lake, which looks like water, it is suitable for photography, especially at sunset. If you want to go in and visit, you must change into Islamic clothes. There are clothes rented at the door for 5 Ma.
It is said that this is one of the largest Islamic mosques in Malay. We arrived in Yabi before 5 a.m. because the booked room could not be checked in until 2 p.m. on that day, so we sent the luggage to the concierge department of the hotel first. In the morning, after changing horse coins and having a good morning tea, I found a place to pick up the club and bought a one-day tour of the city. Of course, the preferred scenic spot is the water mosque, which is free of charge. If you want to go in and see it, you must wear Muslim clothes (the door shop can rent clothes, 5 Ma/set). It feels like two pieces of cloth wrap people up! At that time, there were no worshippers. It seemed very empty inside. We went in and walked around and came out. Later, I went to the Foundation Building, Prince New Town, Jaya Street and Danrong Beach. But the service in Sabah is good. We didn't bargain. Businessmen also gave us a chartered tour service in the city that day. It's free for 10 hours a day, and it's on call.