Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan
The Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan or “Masjid Wilayah” in short, is one of Malaysia’s largest and most modern of mosques with its mix of Islamic designs and architectural influences from Turkey, India, Iran and Morocco – all in perfect harmony. Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan also known as Mosque in the Garden
There is a touch of Turkish architecture in the Masjid Wilayah because it was inspired by the Blue Mosque, located in Istanbul. This Masjid Wilayah has a very large prayer room with a capacity of up to 17,000 people at a time.
The architecture of this mosque is very beautiful. Even the carving motif on the dome of the mosque also highlights the beauty of mosque architecture. If you come to Kuala Lumpur, stop by the mosque.
In addition to prayer, you also have to see for yourself the beauty of this mosque with your own eyes.
Do’s and don’ts while visiting a mosque:
1. Dress appropriately. What might look good on you might not be comfortable for others. So remember to dress moderately.
2. The mosque is open from morning until night. You are welcome to stay and meet other Muslims and learn about the religion.
3. Do not walk or talk when someone is praying. If you must talk, please keep it to a minimum.
4. Remember to leave your shoes outside the mosque (on the rack provided). Wash your feet before going in.
5. Have a positive attitude and don’t forget to greet everyone.
The calm inside Masjid Wilayah
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