next to a lake, it incorporates Islamic architecture from countries such as
Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan and Morocco. The mosque consists of a 116m tall
minaret and can accommodate 15,000 people. The minaret is 116 meters tall
and one of the striking features of the minaret is that it was designed
after the Sheikh Oman Mosque in Baghdad.
Its five-tiers represent the five
pillars of Islam and its five call to prayers. Within its premises is the
VIP Room Gallery, the Al-Quran Manuscript Museum, a library, auditorium and
exhibition hall as well as a seminar room. It also has a large courtyard
called the “Sahn” dedicated to commemorate the life of the Prophet. The
main entrance to the mosque is patterned after the gates of Persia.
How do you get to Putrajaya?
Well it's really simple.
You go by KL Monorail to
There you buy a ticket to Putrajaya for the KLIA Transit. This a local train
The counter is at the right when you enter
KL Sentral. At the
left site of the counter you can go to the platform.
You get off the train in Putrajaya. The trip takes about 25 minutes.
At the station is a taxi counter, where you can hire a taxi. The taxi driver
is also your guide. He stops everywhere you want.
- ticket monorail RM2.10
- train ticket return RM15.-
- taxi RM30.- per hour