Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque, Shah Alam

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#1 of 13 in Museums in Selangor
Must see · Architectural Building · Art Gallery
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Visit Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque, the biggest mosque in Malaysia, famous for its large minarets and iconic blue dome. Admire the detailed blue tile design, and the marvelous combination of Malay and modernist style. Relax or have a picnic in the vast gardens surrounding this spacious building. Check out the intricate ceiling art, engravings, and Arabic decorations. By using our Shah Alam trip itinerary planning website, you can arrange your visit to Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque and other attractions in Shah Alam.
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  • First and foremost, you should wear respectful clothes, and if you’re a woman, you must cover your head with a foulard. The guide will explain you about Islam, its rites and celebrations, and that... 
    First and foremost, you should wear respectful clothes, and if you’re a woman, you must cover your head with a foulard. The guide will explain you about Islam, its rites and celebrations, and that...  more »
  • Being the largest mosque on Malaysia, distinguishable by its prominent blue and silver finishings, we decided to make a quick photo stop. We were greeted with a very peaceful and zen vibe. Makes a.....  more
    Being the largest mosque on Malaysia, distinguishable by its prominent blue and silver finishings, we decided to make a quick photo stop. We were greeted with a very peaceful and zen vibe. Makes a.....  more »
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  • This mosque is BEAUTIFUL! one thing I was not aware of though before coming here was that if you're not a Muslim, they take you on a free guided tour of the mosque. It's cool getting to learn a little but if you planned on going there, wandering around and taking a bunch of photos at your leisure, you can't. We were able to get some photos but it was throughout the tour. Still definitely worth the visit!
  • The second floor's view is breathtaking. There is elevator but still under trial phase. Non-Muslim visitors are allowed and there are officers here to guide. In short, this is not only a mosque, but also a community centre.

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