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Its not so far from 6 banyan tree place One can visit both places. Its not only muslim anyone can... read more

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Visiting this mosque should not be only for Muslims. Firstly the mosque is located in one of the... read more

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Reviewed 6 April 2017 via mobile

The oldest mosque in Guangzhou...there is a decent hotel Jia Mei Hotel adjacent to this Mosque and next to the Jia Mei Hotel is a halal restaurant, Abi Waqqas Restaurant, located at Guanta Lu (Road) which is highly recommended. Go for its Mutton Briyani and Mutton Curry.

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Reviewed 27 February 2017

You go back in time when visiting this mosque. It is small and not so spectacular if you have seen the greatest of the world. Would recommend if you have spare time but it is not a must see

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Reviewed 27 December 2016

It is a historic and old mosque. This was my first time to China so I am not sure about the conditions of other mosques in China but I found this one to be a bit lacking in terms of its maintenance. Despite that, it's fascinating to see how this mosque became fully-packed with local and foreign Muslims who gathered here for Friday prayer. Besides visiting the mosque itself, all Muslim tourists are recommended to come here as plenty of halal restaurants can be found in close vicinity to the mosque.

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Reviewed 21 June 2016

This is the oldest mosque in southern China whilst some feel it is the oldest in all of traditional China. It is a peaceful place despite a large police presence. On one of the several entrance streets, there are many food stalls selling traditional items. The lamb, whose aroma and succulent appearance does entice, tends to be tough with gristle. The breads are good.

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Reviewed 7 June 2016

The sign board there translated in English as Huaisheng Temple.This mosque is very historically for muslim because it was said built by one of sahabiah Saad Abi Waqas r.a.

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