Tourism Malaysia - explore national mosque



From Lake Garden area, visitors can walk to the National Cathedral. This is the largest mosque in Southeast Asia, with unique architecture bears the mark of Islamic art. The main dome of the cathedral was designed in the shape of 18 stars, representing the 13 states of Malaysia and the five pillars of Islam; shaped roof open despite the aspirations of a target for an independent country, the main hall can accommodate up to 5000 people. As to the National Cathedral, travelers should note that formal dress, discreetly.

National Mosque within beautiful 5-hectare garden and can accommodate up to 15,000 people. The temple was built in 1965 after Malaysia was independent and star dome next 18 symbolizes the 13 states of Malaysia and five commandments of Islam. This architecture is very different from the type domes "onion" tradition of the mosque. Even the entrance to the temple people to help you wear a long coat and a turban-like traditional dress of Muslims Galabaya to be able to get inside.

National Mosque located on boulevard Sudan, can walk from Lake Garden area, is the largest mosque in Southeast Asia, with sophisticated modern architecture, represents contemporary imprint of Islamic art , the art of writing and decorative arts.


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For those traveling to Kuala Lumpur and visit this place, will help to wear a long coat and a turban-like traditional dress of Muslim Galabaya head to port may be inside.

This is the largest mosque in Southeast Asia, sophisticated modern architecture represent contemporary imprint of Islamic art, the art of writing and decorative arts. In the city map, travelers booking flights to Kuala Lumpur will see the national mosque located next to the unique architecture of the old train station and within easy reach of the Lake Gardens and the national monument. If health visitors, walk to the points mentioned above.

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