If you want to enjoy the crowd then this place is suitable for you. Typical Asian crowds. Food option is available.
About Jamek Mosque
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The Masjid Jamek as it's locally called, is next to the railway station bearing the same name.It's one of the oldest Mosque in KL. Due to construction work access was somehow limited! The Surrounding is quite popular with locals and foreigners.
Really nothing much to see here and there are better Mosque to see, such as National Mall which is about 20 minutes walks.
We went there for our Jummah prayer during our stay in KL. It was very good mosque with really nice architecture.
If you have been to one of world famous mosque around the world, there is not much to see. If I remember it clearly some areas of the mosque are only available to Muslims. Obligatory to mention I was here in 2015 for the last...More
There was a lot of construction. We saw it from outside and tried to get in, however couldn't find a way to get in. We saw people in there but not sure if they were tourists.
I visited this attractive mosque last weekend whilst in KL, but unfortunately it wasn't possible for non-Muslims to go inside the complex at all. Instead I had to be content with taking a few pictures from the designated vantage point. A shame as it does...More
I could visit this late evening. The very big structure, looming extra ordinarily large in the fading lights was actually a dream like situation. Vast forecourt, very high minar, people moving around, families spending time in forecourt. Great experience indeed.
If you are a high believer you will find a beautiful white Masjid Jamek in the center of Kuala Lumpur, Last days i went for Jumat Praying, Indeed a place for contemplation. Specially for Moslem.