About This Attraction
When built in the 1960s, the National Mosque was the most modern mosque in the Southeast Asia.
Built in an area of 13 acres, the National Mosque symbolizes the spirit of Malaysian unity and tolerance.
It was designed by the Malay, built by the Chinese and Indian, and is funded by the contribution of the Muslims, Christians, Buddhists and Hindus.
If you are not a muslim, you may not enter the main hall. Please use the robes available at the tourist area, and remove your shoes before entering this place.