Built in 1909, the Jamek Mosque is the city’s oldest surviving mosque. It occupies a historic location at the confluence of the Gombak and Klang rivers, the birth place of Kuala Lumpur. This mosque was designed by A.B. Hubback,a British Government architect. Famed for its Moorish architecture, the mosque has a main dome flanked by two smaller domes and a prayer hall that opens out to a walled courtyard. Its 26.8-metre minarets rise from the two corners of the courtyard. The Jamek Mosque is Jamek Mosque the Jalan Tun Perak.

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