Popular Religious Sites Attractions in Malaysia

Kota Kinabalu City Mosque
Kota Kinabalu·Malaysia
4.3/5
1,707 Reviews
Mosque
The Floating Mosque, also known as the Kota Kinabalu City Mosque, is located on the shores of Likas Bay on the northeastern side of downtown Kota Kinabalu. The mosque is a classic example of contemporary Islamic architecture and offers an unforgettable view of the sunset. The stunning scenery features the white mosque reflected in the lake surrounding it, accented by a backdrop of clear blue sky.
National Mosque
Kuala Lumpur·Malaysia
4.5/5
1,172 Reviews
Mosque
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.
Putra Mosque
Putrajaya·Malaysia
4.6/5
405 Reviews
Mosque
The entire Putra Mosque reflects in the calm water along Putrajaya. Three quarters of the pink-domed Putra Mosque is built over the water, and it can accommodate over 10,000 worshippers. It has two floors. The second floor is for women, while the first floor is for men, both of which accommodate thousands of worshippers. Putra Mosque recites the Koran in the minaret during each worship. The Koran hovers over the mosque.
Kek Lok Si Temple
Ayer Itam·Malaysia
4.3/5
360 Reviews
Temple
Kek Lok Si temple is a unique Buddhist temple located in Penang, Malaysia. The temple is know as one of the largest Buddhist temples in southeast Asia, and is host to many varied and interesting monuments of worship. The temple contains many intricate statues and shrines to different important figures in Buddhism, including statues of the Buddha and of Chinese gods. Not only this, but if you travel upwards to the seventh floor you will be greeted with over 10,000 images of the Buddha. The temple, though a place of worship, is also well equipped with many shops fit for tourists.
Dutch Square
Malacca·Malaysia
4.3/5
156 Reviews
Square
Church
Memorial Hall
Historical Architecture
Museum
Fountain
The more famous place in Malacca is the Dutch Square. The buildings in the Netherlands are mostly red, so the whole area of ​​the square is mostly red and orange-red. There is a historic Dutch-style Christian church on the square, built in 1753, when the Dutch built the 100th anniversary of the reign of Malacca. At the center of the square is the Queen's Fountain, which was built to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Queen Victoria. In addition, the famous Dutch clock tower, Zhenghe Cultural Relics Memorial Hall, and the ancient city gate of San Diego, San Diego, are collectively referred to as the Dutch Square.
St Paul's Church
Malacca·Malaysia
4.4/5
302 Reviews
Church
The St. Paul's Church was built in 1521 and built for the Portuguese. The famous missionary St. Francis was buried here, and the statue of the priest of Franciscans was placed in front of the church. After the Dutch occupied Malacca in 1670, the church was used as a castle, and many bullet holes were still visible on the outer wall today. In 1753, as a cemetery for the Dutch aristocracy, some tombstones with Latin and Portuguese are still preserved.
Malacca Straits Mosque
Malacca·Malaysia
4.6/5
187 Reviews
Mosque
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.
St.George's Church
George Town·Malaysia
4.4/5
122 Reviews
Church
St. George's Church is an ancient Anglican church in Southeast Asia and one of the oldest local attractions. The building is fairly well proportioned, the floor is paved with marble, and the columns are neatly arranged and beautifully shaped, and the spires stand tall. There is also a chic little attic in the courtyard of the church, which houses the monument to the captain of Francis Wright for several years.

Religious Sites in Malaysia