Masjid Jamek — one of the earliest mosques in Kuala Lumpur October 26, 2009Posted by asianpixmen in Activities, Culture, Malaysia, People, Places.
Masjid Jamek is located in the confluence of two rivers in the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.
On its muddy banks began the commercial centre of what KL is today. It holds many stories within its grounds.
The British and the Moghul influences are inherent in its design and layout. That’s what made this house of worship so special and the heritage of Malaysia so rich.