Actually this mosque is not actually floating, but because of its location on the seafront and supported by several pillars that make this mosque look like it is floating. The mosque is very clean and...
Many people from in and outbound come to visit this mosque. This mosque will looks floating when the level of water sea high tide. The mosque building art really nice and beautiful. For muslim ,the wi...
I enjoyed myself at the seaside, waiting for sunset. I reached about 6pm plus, and the mosque was closed for visitation. However, I sat outside the mosque and waited for the sunset. The evening view o...
Be warned, if it's closed you won't be able to get near the mosque let alone inside it. Not unreasonable and my fault for assuming that I would at least be able to see the outside. Not the case howeve...
The Malacca Straits Mosque is located on the artificially built Malacca Island. If the water level is high, it looks like a floating building. The strait mosque under the glory of the setting sun is very beautiful. The chanting sounds from the radio are combined with the sound of the waves. The sunset is set against the golden dome. It is a pleasant thing to sit on the levees on the seashore to enjoy the beautiful scenery. After dark, the mosque will light up and the whole building will become another color, with no charm.
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Malacca Maritime Mosque, beautiful
The maritime mosque located in the Straits of Malacca is located in the prestigious ancient city of Malacca, the longest and busiest strait in the world. The blue sky is blue and beautiful, and when the water level is high, the whole building is like floating on the water. The golden dome of the blue and white building is very spectacular. Into the temple, you should change into the dress of the temple and wear a towel to barefoot and feel the charm of religion.
I love the colorful Nanyang style of Malacca | Photographed holy place recommended!
said that Malacca has not been to Malaysia. Malacca is the oldest city in the history of Malaysia. In 2008, it was listed by the United Nations as a World Cultural Heritage List, and its status is equivalent to Chiang Mai in Thailand. This trade city with a history of nearly 700 years has always been a place for colonialists because of its good nautical location and abundant spices and other resources. Zheng He went to the Western Ocean seven times and stopped there five times. It is said that the first generation of Chinese followed Zheng He from Malacca to Malaysia, and their descendants were called Nyonya. Because of this historical background, you can see the real Nanyang-style architecture in today's Malacca, and shoot a variety of Nanyang-style movies!
1[Malacca Strait Mosque]
Strait Mosque is a bit far from Jonker Street. It takes about half an hour to take a taxi, but taxis are not willing to take a taxi. If you want to give the driver some money, let them wait at the door, or they can't find the car. The building is very beautiful, the white roof is golden, the multicolored glass, a beautiful building is built in the sea, and it seems to float when the water level is high. Quietly guarding the people here. The mosque was built on the seashore. It is also a maritime mosque. To enter the temple, you need to take off your shoes and wear a robe. Opposite the mosque is the world's busiest Strait of Malacca. You can see boats in the distance. In fact, 70% of the ships are shipped to China.
[How to get there] Take a taxi, about 20 minutes
[business hours] 7
For a lucky day, come to the best strait mosque in Malacca for a sunset. The driver with the wrong way finally sent us here in the moment the sun fell. From sunset to light, this is a long process, and here you can see the best location in the Straits of Malacca. Looking at this white building like a floating building, listening to the sound of the waves, the sky turned from blue to pink and purple, and finally turned into a black sky.
Malacca This is a legendary place,
and this strait mosque, floating architecture, is even more fantastic in the sunset of Malacca. The
mosque is located on the artificial island in the urban area of Malacca. The main hall is located on the sea. When the tide is high, it is like a floating island. The most beautiful moment is the sunset. Tourists gather on one side of the dam to enjoy the sunset. The west descends slowly from the sea level, and the afterglow of the evening glows against the entire sky, the color of the rendering, the distant ship is sailing, the legendary color of the Straits of Malacca, the night falls, the lights of the mosque are lit, solemn and serene, At the moment, the sound of chanting came out of the horn, and the surroundings were so calm. The
Strait Mosque is the most beautiful place to enjoy the sunset in Malacca. Every day in the evening, there will be many tourists from all over the world. The artificial island is only a few kilometers away from the city. It is recommended to take a taxi directly, about 10 MYR.
About Malacca, you don't need to sign up for a trip from Kuala Lumpur. It is recommended to travel by yourself. There are a lot of bus shuttles to and from Malacca in Kuala Lumpur. It takes about two hours to arrive. The city of Malacca is small, the spots are concentrated, you can walk on it. One night, experience the sunset of the strait mosque, returning the next day, this trip is more reasonable.