Masjid Jamek

It is located behind the Sultan Abdul Samad building right at the tip of the confluence of the Klang and Gombak Rivers where Kuala Lumpur had its beginnings. The mosque was designed by a British architect, A.B Hubbocks and was built in 1909. It is a stunning example of Indian Muslim architecture with a distinguished onion-shaped domes, arched Colonnades and shiny, cooling marble floors. Its red brick walls is eye-catching .It is set in a peaceful surrounding of shady grove of palm trees that forms a green protective border that seems to keep tall and gigantic stone structures at bay.