the Jamek Mosque is located around the corner from theSultsn Abpbdul Complex . Its in the heart of the old section of the city . I like this place because it gives you avery good sense of Islamic style architecture . It has a few onion domes that really stand out. The city surrounds it on two sides . The interior is done in pastel greens and vibrant pinks. The entry is free and you can go into the prayer area during non prayer times . There is a subway stop next to the Mosque . The best photo can be tsken from the bridge to the south .
Well, tbh I expected more out of this place. Too small and actually kind of empty. I went there in June, it was very hot outside, but still you have to wear a thick cloak (only women do), so to cover all your body and hair. Mybe thats why I couldn’t really enjoy the Mosque. So I’d recommend to go there on cool days.
Beautiful mosque with lots of palm trees. I especially like the view from the other side of the river.
Masjid Jamek is much more photogenic than the National Mosque. I loved the mouldering walls brought about the intense humidity of the tropical Malaysia - very evocative. Conveniently located on the SkyTrain route it's easy to snap a few shots if you're shy about entering of donning special non-muslim clothes.
Great Location. love the club room level extras.
Busy place in the middle of the city