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Non-Muslims are welcome to visit the striking National Mosque outside of prayer time. This modern mosque was completed in 1965 and can accommodate 15,000 people. Robes are kindly lent to visitors who are inappropriately dressed.
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I believe the biggest mosque in Malaysia but one you can visit as a tourist and or non believer. There are certain opening hours when you can visit.
As it's a mosque you need to be covered but even if you have shorts, t-shirt etc...More
Very beautiful architecture inside and out.
Cannot take stroller due to stairs but can leave with staff at the entrance.
Need to take shoes off as you would for entrance into any mosque.
Non Muslims are also provided with a full robe with head cover...More
The mosque itself is very beautiful, but the service was not that great. They split us up and we weren't allowed to go together. Remember to also cover up if you're a woman, they are very strict - so even though it's dreadfully hot you...More
They are closed for many hours throughout the day (during prayers) so time your visit accordingly. They are closed daily from 12:00 - 15:00. From 15:00 - 16:00 or 16:30 you have an open window to visit almost daily. There is also a morning session...More
The Mosque is beautiful and also accesible for non-muslims. Of course you should wear proper attire, but they have free robes available if required. The hall next to the prayer hall is also impressive. Nice mozaik and art work with the pillars.
Only point of...More
We went for eid prayer here, as our first eid in a Muslim majority country and it wasn’t anything spectacular as a national mosque of Malaysia. A bit run down and need of renovation I’d say.
No nice surrounding parks or greenery except some trees...More
This was one of my favourite experiences in Kuala Lumpur.
Modest clothing is of course required to enter the Mosque, however it is provided to guests not wearing the appropriate clothing.
The design of the Mosque is very modern, and the large prayer hall is...More