10 Mosques That Prove Malaysia's Unconditional Love For Islam

10 Mosques That Prove Malaysia’s Unconditional Love For Islam

Almost 65% of Malaysia’s population follows the divine religion of Islam. The multicultural country might be considered a ‘party paradise’ for traveler’s who pay to see Malaysia’s natural beauty, however, truth is far from it. Malaysians have the biggest hearts, hearts that hold love for the religion of Islam.

Here’s an example of what Allah’s house means to Malaysians.

1. National Mosque of Malaysia

This mosque is located in Kuala Lumpur. It has a capacity to accommodate 15,000 worshipers and is situated among 13 acres of beautiful gardens.

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Source: travelintranslation.com

2. Zahir Mosque

This is one of the oldest and most extravagant mosques in Malaysia, which was built in 1912 and designed by  late Sultan Muhammad Jiwa Zainal Abidin

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Source: flickr.com

3. Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque

Located in Selangor state, it is the country’s largest mosque and also the second largest mosque in Southeast Asia

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Source: thousandwonders.net

4. Jamek Mosque

Jamek Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is located at the point where the tributaries of the Klang and Gombak River meet.

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Source: flickr.com

5. Sultan Sulaiman Mosque

Sultan Sulaiman Mosque is Selangor’s royal mosque, which is located in Klang, Selangor, Malaysia. It was constructed by the British in the early 30’s. It has both western and neoclassical architectural styles.

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Source: flickr.com

6. Kampung Laut Mosque

It is the oldest surviving mosque in Malaysia, dating around the 17th-18th century. It is located in Jalan Kuala

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Source: blogspot.com

7. Penang State Mosque

One of the most architecturally beautiful mosques constructed in Malaysia.

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Source: 123rf.com

8. Federal Territory Mosque

Built near the Federal government complex this mosque has both Ottoman and Malay architectural styles.

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Source: topdesign.com

9. Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque

Also Called the iron Mosque, which was constructed to accommodated 24000 government officials working around the area

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Source: flickr.com

10. Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque

 Also known as the floating mosque, it is the first real floating mosque in Malaysia. It is situated in Kuala Ibai Lagoon near the coast of Kuala Ibai River

Source: travel2malaysia.com

Source: travel2malaysia.com

So, do you still doubt Malaysia’s devotion and love for Islam?

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