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Nice view. Few eating places & some souvenir shops around there also. Great for phototaking 👍👍. Located near to the South China Sea. Few mins drive from Jesselton Point & Signal Hill Observatory Tower.
We had a grab driver take us on a morning tour of interesting places around town. The floating mosque was one. We only took pictures from outside. There is a 5rm fee to go inside but we did not as prayer was starting soon.
Beautiful architecture and its surroundings.
Everything was well organised,it wasn’t busy at all and we were treated with the respect.
We got the proper clothing for the visit inside the mosque.
Definitely one of the places to visit if you are in Kota Kinabalu.
Enjoyed visiting this amazingly building. Easy to get to without needing to take a tour we just used Grab and it’s was very cheap. After being dressed in robes we went inside this beautiful Mosque but it very warm especially with the full dress cover....More
I went here out of curiosity what a floating mosque looks like. It was beautiful.
I waited for an hour for it to be opened to public as I wanted to know what is inside the mosque. It was ok. Nothing spectacular.
This mosque is...More
This is a beautiful mosque! We went during Ramadan and when the hours of operation were a little off. Basically you just go there and take pictures. You can also go inside the mosque if you are either wearing appropriate clothing or rent some from...More
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No it isn't true, as posted by another guest, we paid 3 euros to enter and had a headcover and long garment to wear, which was then put into a laundry basket when finished with. We were two women alone and the lady inside... More
No it isn't true, as posted by another guest, we paid 3 euros to enter and had a headcover and long garment to wear, which was then put into a laundry basket when finished with. We were two women alone and the lady inside welcoming people asked if we had any questions. Very friendly indeed. Mosque is modern, so not so interesting architecturally inside, but a priviledge to be allowed in at all, outside is stunning.