One of the most arresting architectural sights in the city, this mosque is a shining legacy of the conquest of Islam in this ... More
Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque
One of the most arresting architectural sights in the city, this mosque is a shining legacy of the conquest of Islam in this country more than half a millennium ago. It also marks the beginning of the modernisation of the Johor State, being commissioned in 1900 by Sultan Abu Bakar, a much respected monarch widely referred to as the “Father of Modern Johor”. Costing a grand sum of MYR400,000, the building can accommodate 2,000 worshippers. Congregational prayers are held daily; Friday congregational prayers for men only. Non-Muslims may roam the grounds, except on Friday and during communal prayers. Admission: Free.
Approximately five kilo metres north of Johor Bahru, this shopping centre stands next to Crowne Plaza Johor Bahru . It
houses no less than 440 shop units, together offering just about everything for everyone. Besides Parkson Grand department store, ...
Visitors will love this distinctive landmark in KL, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Moorish in design, this building, completed in
1897, was formerly the seat of the British colonial government. Perhaps the most photographed building in the city, it ...
Sitting majestically atop Bukit Timbalan, the Sultan Ibrahim Building is perhaps the single most distinctive structure symbolizing Johor Bahru. It
was built in 1940 during the British rule of Malaya. Today, it houses the state secretariat and other departments ...
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