Masjid Tengku Tengah Zaharah

Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque, Kuala Terengganu
The Masjid Tengku Tengah Zaharah, located outside Kuala Terengganu is just 4.5km away. This is no ordinary mosque but one that is unique and said to be the only one of its kind in Malaysia. Combining modern and traditional architectural designs, the mosque creates an illusion of itself as floating on water.  
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Kemaman & Cukai

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The capital for Kemaman district is Chukai, Some basic infrastructure such as shopping mall and cinema can be found in the city area. Chukai is famous for seafood and good coffee. Tong Juan Restaurant and the coffee, toast and kaya spread of Kedai Kopi Hai Ping. Adjoining is Kuala Kemaman, a little fishing village which is famous of otak-otak, satar and ikan bakar. T...
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Kapitan Keling Mosque

Kapitan Keling Mosque
Kapitan Keling Mosque The largest mosque on the island. The Kapitan Kling moque is one of the oldest on Penang (the other Old mosque is located in Armenian Street). In 1801, Sir George Leith, then Lieutenant Governor of Penang, granted the Muslims a 7ha piece of land for religious purposes. Cauder Mohhidden, the Kapitan of the Indian Muslim settlers, was credited with the f...
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Masjid Zahir

Masjid Zahir
  Officially opened in 1912, this state Mosque is an architectural landmark as it is one of the largest and grandest mosques in Malaysia. Built in the tradition of the Moorish architecture, it has numerous arches and columns that are an epitome of grandeur. The state of Kedah's reading competition is held in the premises of the Mosque. The competitors are reading t...
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