This mosque is not far from Independence Square. It has a very beautiful appearance. It is said to be the most beautiful mosque in Kuala Lumpur. This time in Kuala Lumpur, although not visited, but twice through the mosque, from different angles to take pictures of its appearance, it is still very feeling. For the first time, standing on a wooden bridge by the river, from a distance, the mosque is located at the apex of a triangle. The river flows through two rivers, and the overall feeling is very beautiful. The second time is to take the subway, change the subway line near the Independent Square, and suddenly see the mosque outside the window on the pedestrian corridor. This angle just stands on the high ground. Basically, the internal structure of the church can be seen clearly. The area of the church is not very large, but there are green areas on both sides of the main entrance to the hall. The white spire at the bottom of the church and the red and white external walls of the church are particularly beautiful. Friends, don't Miss passing by.
the Jamek Mosque is located around the corner from theSultsn Abpbdul Complex . Its in the heart of the old section of the city . I like this place because it gives you avery good sense of Islamic style architecture . It has a few onion domes that really stand out. The city surrounds it on two sides . The interior is done in pastel greens and vibrant pinks. The entry is free and you can go into the prayer area during non prayer times . There is a subway stop next to the Mosque . The best photo can be tsken from the bridge to the south .
Kameika Mosque is located in Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia. The mosque was built by Islamists who immigrated to Malaysia and used as a venue for religious activities such as Muslim worship. The mosque has a long history. It was built in the early 20th century and has a history of more than 100 years. It is rare that it has been well preserved.
The Jamek Mosque is now being renovated and surrounded. There are only some believers who have rested and no worship ceremonies are held for the time being. But visitors can still enter the courtyard, but they can't enter the hall. Men need to wear long pants and women need to rent long gowns at the door. The next bridge is Independence Square.
Like the national mosque, it's free to register your personal information first, and then the staff will take out their clothes to help you put on the hall. It's not Islam. It's not a big place to visit. There's a river near the mosque. It's very fast. It's steaming over dirty water.