National Mosque (Masjid Negara), Kuala Lumpur

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Admire the artistry and spirituality of National Mosque (Masjid Negara), a center of Islamic life in the country. Completed in 1965, the mosque's 73 m (240 ft) minaret and 16-point star roof display modern and dynamic design principles, creating a striking focal point among well-maintained, sprawling gardens. With a capacity of 15,000 people, the scale of the interior impresses, and the simplicity of the design helps to create a calm, soothing atmosphere. Onsite volunteers can provide information and help answer any questions. Appropriate attire is required, but you can borrow it at the entrance if necessary. Note that the mosque welcomes visitors of all nations and faiths, but visiting times for non-Muslims are specific, so check the website to confirm before you go. Plan to visit National Mosque (Masjid Negara) and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Kuala Lumpur attractions using our Kuala Lumpur online visit planner.
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  • National mosque of Malaysia located within KL city area. During our visit mosque under construction and could not visit inside masjid. No entrance fee 
    National mosque of Malaysia located within KL city area. During our visit mosque under construction and could not visit inside masjid. No entrance fee  more »
  • Website did not clarify the mosque is under renovation. Most the roof is covered. Not a good time to visit and impossible to see the mosque from the hill due to overgrown vegetation. 
    Website did not clarify the mosque is under renovation. Most the roof is covered. Not a good time to visit and impossible to see the mosque from the hill due to overgrown vegetation.  more »
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  • I went to Ramadan. The inside of the main mosque is unique and marvelous. It was a nearby train station and had a nice walking ground. This place is huge and the air is refreshing. Non Muslim people wearing purple robe while they're visit the mosque. Who wears a short dress and doesn't wear a hijab. You can take pictures no problem
  • Follow SOP as req.

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