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Kowloon Mosque & Islamic Centre, Hong Kong

(4.2/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Head to Kowloon Mosque & Islamic Centre for the chance to see Hong Kong's largest mosque, and gain insight into the religious lives of the region's 70,000 Muslims. Survey the large dome, as well as the intricately carved marble around the outside of the building. This place of worship was originally established to serve the Indian Muslim soldiers serving in the British army. Please note that footwear should be removed before entering the premises, and non-Muslims will need to ask permission before entering. Plan to visit Kowloon Mosque & Islamic Centre and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Hong Kong attractions using our Hong Kong trip itinerary maker.
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  • The mosque is not to be overlooked. But, it is surrounded with a mesh wall with spear points. The building has scared me off so.
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  • Located very strategically in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. The place is clean and big. Every sunday you could also find Indonesian halal snack  more »
  • in the midst of the city you find a mosque in Hong Kong. very near bus stop and also good place to just sit and meditate.  more »
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  • The largest mosque in Hong Kong. It's certainly a place to visit if you're a Muslim and even if you aren't, you are more than welcome to come inside and admire the architecture. It's a interesting contrast in the concrete jungle. They have events for people to come in and learn about Islam too. Very spacious and have daily 5 times prayers.
  • This masjid(as we Muslims call it) or place of worship dates back to 1896. This is a historic building and serves as a landmark for most of the people in Hong Kong. The cost of this building is hkd 25million. People of those times who migrated from different places raised this funds demanded by the Hong Kong government as an act of charity. This is just so awesome feeling when we hear this. I give 5 stars not because I am Muslim, it's because of its beautiful work shared by just the common people.
  • A beautiful place of worship in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. The people here are friendly and welcoming. I enjoyed visiting with a friend of mine who attends here regularly.
  • Pretty. Sham that it is surrounded by people hounding you to buy fake watches or 'something special'.
  • ما شاء الله a very beautiful Masjid. May Allah ﷻ bless those who put their efforts to make and maintain this blessed worship place. Ameen!!