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This old mosque is on the same street as the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple. We stepped in for a look. The interior is simple occupying a small area with an open prayer hall and a minaret resembling a pagoda. The architectural design is unique with...More
This was the 1st time i went to this Mosque. Old architecture. Small mosque with nice interior. Visitor can wear the robe provided and walk around the mosque. It is just few doors away from Hindu and Buddhist temples. Very unique places of interest.
This mosque is old but beautiful. My friends stopped here for praying. When entering the gate, those who don't wear proper clothes (no shorts, no tank top, no sheer clothes) will still can linger around the main building or the mosque itself. You will not...More
This old mosque was founded by Indian traders in the XVIII century and mostly rebuilt in the XIX century. Though the interiors are simple and almost empty, the buildings are an odd mix of styles that are not normally associated to mosques. The pagoda like...More
This was not far from hotel and initially looks more like a temple architecturally. Strong Chinese influences.
There are robes for both men and women and head scarves available. All are needed.
Inside is peaceful and the mix of Islamic and Chinese features continues.
A woman inside the mosque asked me where I was from and welcomed me. I took off my shoes before entering the main part of the mosque. There is a designated line that I think marks the extent where visitors are supposed to go. They...More