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There are not many touristic sights in KK, so we decided to have a look at the city mosque. Before you enter, you must register, pay and hire the proper attire to enter. From the outside, it looks impressive but inside was a bit bare....More
Part of our City Tour. Setting within its water surrounds provides for some nice photos. Not as ornate inside as some, but the staff here were very helpful and informative...and happy to take or be in photos. Foreigners pay a 10rm entry fee, which entitles...More
This is the largest mosque in Sabah and can accommodate up to 12,000 during prayers. Looking at it, it seems to float within its large moat overlooking Likas Bay. Overawed by its architectural layout, we stood, looking at it lovingly and went off with good...More
we stop by this iconic mosque to pray jamak before we depart. Located not very far from Tanjung Aru and Kota Kinabalu town and the same road leads to University Malaysia Sabah, Kota Belud, Kudat, Ranau
Beautiful mosque. Female visitors are required to wear head scarves to enter, which you can rent at the entrance. Some visitors just want to pose, take pictures and leave, which really hurts the ambience.
A beautiful mosque located about 3 km to the northwest of the centre in Likas bay ( and not as marked in the centre of town in this review site). The mosque is lit up at night and the reflection of the minarets in the...More
I am unsure it is the month and the water surrounding the mosque was a low tide however I believe it is man controlled thus no excuse. The pictures in all websites must be taken many years back as the Mosque unfortunately has paint peeling...More
It was my first time
Entering a mosque. Staff are hugely welcoming and helpful. Have to rent the correct respectful outfits to cover the body. Costs 10rm per person. Really enjoyed the visit. Visiting hours on Saturday is 2-3.30 pm.