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Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque

Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque is an over-a-century old religious structure that constructed on a hill overlooking the Straits of Johor. Built in the 80s, completed in 1990, it flaunts a mixture of Victorian English and Moorish as well as Malay architecture features. It is named after Sultan Abu Bakar who instructed for its construction, then opened by Sultan Ibrahim. This magnificent building is well-preserved, continues to serves its purpose to date and is a must see for visitors. Non-Muslims are allowed to enter the mosque, however, decent and modest clothing is required and shoes must be removed.
What To Do :
Pray, photoshoot
What To See :
Architecture
Location :
Jalan Abu Bakar, 80000 Johor Bahru, Johor Malaysia.
Tel No :
07-224 2000
Gallery :
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