Located at the confluence of Klang & Gombak Rivers, this mosque ('masjid' in Malay) is one of the oldest monuments in Kuala Lumpur. It is half way between Central Market and Merdeka Square. The architecture is part of the Indian Moghul style imported by the British. It is a definite landmark in KL.
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