The Kowloon Mosque is located on Nathan Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, surrounded by shopping areas. The front door of the temple is also a bus stop, so there is a lot of people going in and passing by every day. A QR code is posted at the entrance gate. Visitors can scan it and learn more on the Internet.
It is a relatively large-scale temple in Hong Kong with a long history. It has a unique architectural style. The building is three stories high and the roof is arched. There are symmetrical moon watching towers on both sides, and the outer walls are made of marble. The ground floor is equipped with a large auditorium, library, meeting rooms, etc., and the second and third floors are worship halls. Many believers will come and go. They must take off their shoes when entering the temple. Short skirts are not allowed. Outside the open day, citizens are welcome to visit inside.
The Kowloon Mosque is the largest mosque in Hong Kong. It is located on Nathan Road in Kowloon, just across from Chungking Mansion. There are many followers of Islam in Hong Kong. This place has become their daily prayer place. If you want to visit, you must have slippers and keep quiet. It is a very sacred place.
The Kowloon Mosque is a landmark that everyone in Hong Kong knows. Everyone knows that it is an Islamic temple. However, none of the 1,000 Hong Kong people who have passed by the Kowloon Mosque have ever entered. After half of the world passed by, I learned that this mysterious temple, which is not close to anyone, can be visited at will during opening hours. About a hundred years ago, Tsim Sha Tsui had not yet become a prosperous commercial center. Under the colonial rule, the area of Kowloon Park is now an army garrison, named Waifield Road Barracks. The British use a large number of South Asians. Hong Kong people didn't know whether they were from other countries such as Nepal, India or Pakistan. They called them Gurga soldiers when they saw big beards and dark skin. They are said to be loyal, responsible, and mighty. They were still often used as bank guards in the 1990s. The children will inevitably panic after going through their hearts, wow, they need to speak English when communicating with them. There are a large number of South Asian soldiers who believe in Islam. They proposed to the military officers that they hoped that there would be a secluded place in the barracks for them to pray. The officer swiped his hand, which is where the mosque is currently located. In the 1970s, due to the influence of the subway project, the mosque was compensated by the subway company, and they proceeded to rebuild it to its present scale. For us non-believers, the biggest function of the mosque is the gathering place, the A1 exit of Tsim Sha Tsui Station, the entrance of the mosque, etc. One hundred percent, you can't go wrong-you will be charged for being late. When visiting the mosque, I most want to touch its onion dome. Of course, this is an impossible task. Take off your shoes and walk into the Kowloon Mosque. The building materials are mainly white marble.
oh the ultimate peace house. no matter how depressed and tensed we are from our daily life routines. ALLAH’s homes gives the best and ultimate calm to our hearts and minds and this place Kowloon Mosque at the heart of city centre of Hong Kong is one of the most beautiful mosques in Hong Kong.
nothing special and nothing really interesting in Muslim boring place
The Kowloon Mosque is one of the most famous mosques in Hong Kong. It is located on the bustling Nathan Road, beside the Kowloon Park. The area of the mosque is very large, and it is really rare to have such a large mosque in Hong Kong. I started praying at 6 o'clock every evening, and a lot of believers came and were very religious.
Preston_Dominguez: 105 Nathan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Tsim Sha Tsui,Central,Victoria Harbour,Causeway Bay,Mong Kok