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Published on 3rd May, 2001

Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque, Malaysia and
The Beauty of Malaysia

By S. Abidin

Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque, Malaysia. By S Abidin, 1996

On the 14th February 1974, Malaysia's Sultan of Selangor, His Highness Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, declared that a State Mosque was to be built, which was to be completed on the 11th March, 1988 as the beautiful National Mosque we see today in Malaysia's capital city of Kuala Lumpur.

Tallest Minaret and Largest Religious Dome

The Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque has the tallest minaret and has the largest religious dome ever built in the world to date.

As it is presently the largest mosque in Southeast Asia, with the ability to accommodate a maximum of 24,000 people, this magnificent place of worship plays a huge role in the presence of Islam in the South-East Asian region.

The mosque occupies three floors. Offices, conference rooms, a library, reception rooms and classrooms are located on the ground floor.

Upper Gallery Level Reserved for Sisters Only

The fine wool carpet lines what is one of the largest prayer halls in the world. The main prayer hall is on the first floor and the gallery on the second floor. It has two levels, with the upper gallery level reserved for Sisters only.

The double-layered space frame Dome soars up to 350 feet above ground and is 170 feet in diameter, becoming the largest religious dome ever built in the world to date. To match the majestic size of the dome, four minarets were built. They are positioned at the corners, guarding the Dome, and rising over 460 feet, marking them the tallest in the world to date.

Published in April, 2001

The Beauty of Malaysia

By S. Abidin

Kuala Lumpur at Night. By S. Abidin 2006

Kuala Lumpur at Night

Commonly referred to as K.L., the city has become modern and prosperous whilst retaining a colourful blend of 
Malay, Chinese, Indian, Arab and European cultural influences.

Waterfall in Forests of Sabah ProvinceWaterfall in Forests of Sabah Province

Sabah is Malaysia's second largest state located on Borneo Island. Sabah is the home to thousands


Mount Kinabalu, Sabah Province.Mount Kinabalu 
South East Asia's Highest Peak

The state of Sabah holds Malaysia's Mount Kinabalu, the resting place of the souls of the departed Kadazan/Dusun peoples. Kinabalu stands at 4,093 metres and is the highest mountain in South East Asia.

Petronas Twin TowersPetronas Twin Towers, K.L.

The world tallest tower is the Petronas Twin Towers, a 88-storey building with overall height  of 451.9 metres from


Masjid Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz  Shah

The Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque in K.L. is presently the largest in Southeast Asia, accommodating a maximum of 24,000 people. 

Malaysia's Population

Malaysia has a population of 18 million people. The three dominant races include native Malays, Chinese and Indians and the indigenous people of Sabah and Sarawak are Kadazans, Bajaus, Muruts, Kelabits, Dayaks and Iban Dayaks.

Wildlife of Malaysia

Department of Wildlife and National Parks Mission:
To be an effective and capable institution in conserving and managing the sustainable use of diverse wildlife species and habitat.

K.L.'s Central Railway StationThe Kuala Lumpur Railway Station

Built in 1910, this building's design was based on Moorish architecture, and was extensively renovated in 1986. It provides air-conditioned comfort and modern facilities for rail passengers.

Sunset at Pulau PangkorSunset at Pulau Pangkor

Pulau Pangkar is located in Perak Province. The word Perak,  as it is  known in Malay, originates from the "glimmer of fish in the water" that  sparkled like silver. 


Malaysia Airlines. Photo credit : S. AbidinMalaysia Airlines is the National Carrier of Malaysia

The Kings Palace. Photo credit : S. Abidin, 1996The Kings Palace houses the Royal family of Malaysia and is heavy guarded.

Kuala Lumpur's 421 metre tower is reputed to be the highest in Asia and the fourth highest in the world.

KLCC with World Class Revolving Restaurant
KLCC with World Class  Revolving Restaurant

As well as it's revolving restaurant, the tower also serves as a transmission station for telecommunications, radio and television.

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