The Islamic Center is located opposite the National Mosque and Independence Square. It is a bright yellow, religious building. Walking all the way along Chinatown, after passing the Kamei Mosque, you will soon see the Islamic Center.
Next to the National Mosque, I saw the word TV. I thought it was a TV station! ! ! ! ! !
Islamic Tourism Centre (ITC) was officially launched on 16 March 2009 at the Al-Azim State Mosque’s Auditorium in Melaka. Registered as a company limited by guarantee with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) under The Companies Act 1965, the centre was established to assist the Ministry of Tourism, Malaysia in undertaking strategic tourism research and market intelligence as well as providing training and capacity-building services in relation to Islamic tourism
In the early morning, Bali is not quiet at all. Motorbikes are speeding through the narrow streets, making a huge roar. The Nanwan Water Sports Center is located at the southern end of Bali. It has a large area. Take a glass-bottom boat to play on the Turtle Island on the opposite bank of Nanwan. The glass-bottom boat drives to deeper waters.
Very interesting and worth a visit. Good overview of Islamic history
Islam in Malaysia is represented by the Shafi‘i version of Sunni theology and jurisprudence, while defining Malaysia constitutionally a secular state.Islam was introduced by traders arriving from Arabia, China and the Indian subcontinent. It became firmly established in the 15th century. In the Constitution of Malaysia, Islam is granted as the "religion of the Federation" to symbolize its importance to Malaysian society.However, other religions can be practiced freely.
Islam is highly respected in Malay and be careful not to offend religious people there.
The Islamic Centre (Islamic Centre) is located on the hillside behind the administrative building of Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, facing the National Mosque. It is a building that blends modern Cubist art and traditional Islamic colors. The teachings of Islam, art, design, and culture are here. They are all at a glance, and local and international Islamic exhibitions are often held. It's spectacular!
Preston_Dominguez: Jalan Perdana, Kuala Lumpur, 55300, Kuala Lumpur, WP Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Petaling Street,Merdeka Square,National Mosque,KL Tower,Bukit Bintang