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I like space and this mosque's architecture has the space one can feel being enveloped in. Very clean, serene, and the walk to the prayer halls gives you time to quietened yourself and prepare for the great audience before Him. This is a must visit...More
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InshaAllah, God Will.. this 12th September we will hold an event Eid Adha at Blue Mosque,Shah Alam and tourists also can see how Muslim manage a halal food with slaughtering about 23 cows. Save the date and see with your own... More
InshaAllah, God Will.. this 12th September we will hold an event Eid Adha at Blue Mosque,Shah Alam and tourists also can see how Muslim manage a halal food with slaughtering about 23 cows. Save the date and see with your own eyes. You can also hear the scientific reason behind this step of slaughtering "sacrifice animal".
Just get to the main entrance, ask for the assistance/guide from the security guys (in uniform) and I am pretty sure they will help you. You might be restricted from entering the main praying hall (due to certain reason... More
Just get to the main entrance, ask for the assistance/guide from the security guys (in uniform) and I am pretty sure they will help you. You might be restricted from entering the main praying hall (due to certain reason).... Oh ya, you need to follow some basic attire rules (especially for women as you need to cover certain parts of your body & head/hair... don't worry - they will provide it ) You are most welcome, friends!!
Hi, I would like to go from Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque to Kuala Selanggor. Can anyone advise on the public transport that is available for that journey? Actually, I am planning to travel tomorrow. So please help me out a.s.a.p ;) Thank you... :)
May 04, 2012|
Go to Shah Alam bus terminal and take Kuala Selangor bus. Not sure which bus number. It would be faster and easier if you drive there.
Kochi (Cochin), India
Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque (6 Replies)
How do we go from KL to Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque? I prefer public transportation, if available. Also, what time is it recommended to go there? Sunset? Please let me know, approx, how much time it takes as well, and if it is open to non-muslims as well. Thank you.
May 02, 2012|
Take RapidKL bus number 63 or 338 from Kuala Lumpur and stop at the bus station near Maybank building in Shah Alam city centre. From here, take a taxi to the mosque area. The other way is to go to KL Sentral take the KTM Komuter train and disembark at Shah Alam Station. From here, take a taxi and you will reach the mosque in approximately 10 minutes time. Im not sure of the opening times and have read you cannot go inside if you are non muslim . I would not go on a Friday. I am sure...More
KL Itinerary pls help (7 Replies)
Hi Guys, Ive 4 full days in KL, one of which i wanna leave for shopping. Below are the attractions i wanna visit over the rest of the 3 days. Please can you help / advise in which order to visit the attractions so i can make the most of the time i have available -Batu Caves -Kuala Lumpur bird park -National mosque (masjid Negara) -Islamic Arts Museum -Butterfly park -Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque -Thean Hou Buddhist Temple -Petronas Twin Towers ...More
March 07, 2011|
The following are all within walking distance: -Kuala Lumpur bird park -National mosque (masjid Negara) -Islamic Arts Museum Butterfly park which is situated at TAMAN TASIK PERDANA also known as LAKE GARDENS. You can do all this in the morning as it will not be too hot. Then you take a taxi to Menara Tower. AFter you finish with Menara Tower, you can take a taxi to PETRONAS TWIN TOWERS which is connected to big shopping centres and another outdoor park and water park. Thean Hou...More