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One of the most impressive examples of modern Islamic architecture in Southeast Asia, this mosque, built by the present Sultan in 1994, towers above the new commercial areas of Kiarong and Kiulap, and is especially striking when fully lit at night.
With 29 golden domes, intricately ornamented 58 m (190 ft) tall minarets, beautifully landscaped gardens, and a total capacity to accommodate 4,500 male and female worshippers in their respective main prayer halls, it is Bruneis largest mosque and one of the nations most unforgettable and revered cultural landmarks.
This ornately decorated mosque, built in 1994, is surrounded by landscaped gardens and fountains. This mosque is a fine example of Islamic architecture carried out with a devotion to details.
Source: Brunei Tourism
Sunday to Wednesday 8am to 12 noon; 2pm to 3pm; and 5pm to 6pm.
Closed on Thursday and Friday.
Dress code: Dress modestly, shoes to be removed before entering.