In the center of the city is the National Mosque in Kuala Lumpur. So easy to go there. It adjacent to River of Life and near Merdeka Square.
Glad to see this place during my layover in Kuala Lumpur. So peaceful and calm here and most people inside gave me a warm smile.
The National Mosque has 2 entrances, one is directly accessed by msl. If you are not a tourist who believes in YSL, you should go to another door and put on a big robe and take off your shoes to enter. P.S women also wear the specified veil. Hehehe, in fact, I really want to try on the veil, now a good opportunity! My husband wore shorts, so I also put on a purple robe!
Do you ask me if I want to go into the national mosque and wear clothes? ! When you look at me so high, I know that all are free! ! !
Actually, I think the mosque is estimated to have been built with feng shui, because the wind is very comfortable. If it has not closed, I really want to sit down and blow the wind.
Min Hua Emily
Kuala Lumpur National Mosque, famous mosque in Malaysia. Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Built in the 19th century, it covers an area of 55,000 square meters. The roof consists of 49 large and small arches. The largest arch is 45 meters in diameter and has 18 radioactive stars, representing 13 states and five Islamic schools. There is a pool and fountain in the
Temple. There is a spire in the center of the pool with a height of 73 meters. There is a chanting hall that can accommodate 8,000 people, and the decoration style is similar to the Mecca ban temple. One of the largest mosques in Southeast Asia.
The National Mosque is located near the Kuala Lumpur Main Railway Station. As Malaysia’s national mosque, it is host to many religious ceremonies. It sits on 13 acres of gardens. The architecture of the mosque is different from the typical domed style of most Malaysian mosques in that its focal point is a tall pointed minaret. It also contains reflecting pools and fountains near the center of the complex, and is dotted with flowers and trees.