This is one of the two most famous mosques in the country. It is also a must-check-in place for tourists. I think it is very beautiful at night. The lighting effects are very transparent, like amber, and the mosque itself is also big.
I think this mosque is a great garden besides a big mosque, the mosque building is big, also it has a nice little garden before and after, quite beautiful.
The weather at night is refreshing and comfortable. I saw the magnificent mosque hidden in the coconut trees. The roof is built with 24K gold, the interior is equipped with crystal chandeliers, and there are fountains and long stone benches outside the temple. Although it is closed when it arrives after 9pm, However, the scarce population makes the mosque more spectacular and peaceful. From day to night, it has a different and beautiful appearance at every time. A few mosques have dedicated prayer rooms for women, and this is one of them.
This mosque has strict opening hours for tourists. You cannot enter the mosque on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and you can only visit outside. Our hostess is a local tour guide. She told us that the mosque was open to tourists on Thursday, but Baba’s bus passed by and found that only believers could enter. Although it is only an outside tour, you can also feel the magnificence of the mosque, so I feel a little sorry for not being able to visit inside.
It is called "The King's Mosque" by the locals. Its roof has a total of 29 circular vaults made of 45 kilograms of gold, 60,000 square feet, divided into two worship rooms for men and women, which can accommodate 3,500 people and 1,000. People, the highest podium in the mosque is specially prepared for the king. During the grand Islamic festivals, the king will come to preside over the ceremony, and the whole country will be happy. Visitors must take off their shoes to enter when visiting. Anyone who does not conform to Islamic rules must wear a black robe to show respect for Islamic culture. Moreover, it is not allowed to take pictures inside the mosque, only the exterior. The faucet inside is mounted on marble, and the hand-washing and foot-washing faucets are clearly distinguished, and they are very elegant. You must bathe your whole body before praying. If the king has nothing special, he will worship here with the people. When the king comes, there is a special elevator to reach him. See the world freely
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Jame'Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque is the bigest mosque in Brunei at present. It was built on 1992.One of place tourists must go to Brunei.
The mosque is one of the most important mosques in Brunei and the largest mosque in Brunei. It was originally built to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the incumbent sultan’s accession to the throne. Even the current sultan’s name Hassanal Bolkiah was directly named. The mosque is large in scale and consists of the main building and minarets. The main vault and surrounding minarets are plated with 24k pure gold. The mosque is very big, but many places do not allow you to take pictures. There are counters for storing cameras and borrowing robes for free. There is also a Muslim library in it, and the books in it can be called ancient books, and it looks very old. Outside the mosque is a fountain garden with a large area, the sun is shining, but the inside is very cool. The famous mosques abroad are generally built on the water, or with the lake, or river, or sea, or with their own fountain. The purpose is to cool down and relieve heat.
The wealthiest Islamic country second only to Shatrabe is Brunei. The Jamie Mosque, which is called the "King's Mosque" by the locals, has 29 golden domes that are all made of pure gold. , Showing off in the sun, plus the 7 arches and 15 fountains in the mosque, implying the meaning of "the 29th Sultan’s July 15th birthday". No one knows how many meters the Haji Sultan, who is still alive, spent on this mosque? It is only known that the Sultan of Haji is world-famous, and his country has always been low-key and quiet. The tranquility of blue, the elegance of white, and the brilliance of gold together form this imposing mosque. Even if you are not a devout believer, I believe that when you face this building, your inner world will be shocked by it. As soon as I entered the Jamie Mosque, I was greeted by the garden-style fountain mosque. The exterior of the mosque can be photographed at will, but photography is prohibited inside the mosque. The mosque is very large, and only two rooms, the men’s bidding room and the men’s prayer room, can be visited by tourists. First visit the men’s bidet room, which provides a clean place for those who come to worship before the pilgrimage. High-tech and luxury are not expected to be fully reflected here. The auto-sensing faucet for small cleaning is installed on the marble in the bidet room. Then I went to visit the Men’s Prayer Room. The facilities inside were all electronic. Even standing at the door, I could feel the cool air from the air conditioner. The men's and women's prayer rooms can accommodate 3,500 people and 1,000 people, respectively. The ladies' bidet here has never been open. Pray 5 times a day, 5 minutes each time, except for 2 hours of prayer from 12 to 14 on Friday. It is not open to tourists during prayer hours. Remarks: "Washing" can be done before general worship, that is, washing hands, face, elbows, gargle, washing nostrils, wiping the head with wet hands, and washing feet; you should do "cleansing" before attending the juryah and meeting. , That is, wash the whole body from top to bottom. [Traffic information] Arrive in Brunei by bus No. 1 or No. 22 [Ticket information] Free of charge [Opening hours] You can visit during non-religious activities [Visit time] 1 hour
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Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Istana Nurul Iman,Royal Regalia Museum,Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque,Kampong Ayer,Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque