It IS one of the most amazing designs I have seen in Malaysia. The oldest rubber tree in Malaysia Not a joke. I would also recommend making your way to the other side of the river so that you can see it in the context of the palace and appreciate the skyline these two beautiful buildings The amendment done is due to the increasing number of people that praying and visiting the mosque. The view of the Mosque is very nice, specially under cloudy sky. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Reviewed February 13, Beauty of Kuala Kangsar.
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Ubudiah Mosque – Wikipedia
Some people even approached me to take selfies together, and to ask where I came from and how I was enjoying my time in Malaysia. The architectural details of the Masjid Ubudiah, Kuala Kangsar are influenced by the Mughal-Gothic architecture or similar with the Moorish architecture. This is because the mosque is equipped with public address PA system where the Bilal just call out adzan at the prayer hall using the system.
This is where I wanted to stay but the price was a bit higher on my stay date, so I decided to keep my budget in check book the slightly cheaper Golden Roof. Framed against a deep blue sky, it was achingly, fairytale-ishly beautiful. The floor plan was unique and unusual for the typical mosque in Malaysia. For travel at the end of Ramadan, for example, you should book a few weeks ahead at least. Otherwise the view is very beautiful. My experience walking around the rest of Kuala Kangsar was not as positive.
As example, on the main gate of the Masjid Ubudiah, Kuala Kangsar, it uses the hiqh quality red blood marble; meanwhile, at the column of the verandah they use the brick red marble. Would you tell a friend to take a guided tour of this place? Click here to sign up. If you have your own transport and are doing a circuit around town, I guess you could do a drive by.
Reviewed August 19, via mobile Iconic. The minaret had been equipped uubudiah the electrical PA system. The main dome of the Masjid Ubudiah was surrounded by the small chatris.
I thought I surely must be in the wrong place until I noticed that one of them was fenced off. I feel that bloggers who list this as a Kuala Kangsar attraction are scraping the barrel somewhat tbh.
Masjid Ubudiah Dome – Picture of Ubudiah Mosque, Kuala Kangsar
The natural patterns of the Italian marble can be clearly seen. However on the real building on site, despite of having the marble carved, the marbles were seen to be aligned to create a pattern on top of the arch of the main gate. Retrieved from ” https: It is also a symbol of authority. Nearby Restaurants See all 34 nearby restaurants.
I would also recommend making your way to the other side of the river so that you can see it in the context of the palace and appreciate the ubkdiah these two beautiful buildings The marble of great quality is banded at the main area where the attraction of the visitor is.
I booked my trains a couple of days ahead and a lot of trains were fully booked. The design actually originated from the Hindu architecture and absorbed into the Mughal-Gothic architecture. This imposing structure is now a symbol of great pride to all Muslims in the state of Perak.
By Mohd Roslan Mohd Nor. A very beautiful old mosque located beside the Perak river. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. They drew elements from native Indo-Islamic and Indian architecture, and combined it with the Gothic revival ubudish Neo- Classical styles favored in Victorian Britain.
Advice for solo female travellers visiting Kuala Kangsar I really want to be honest about my experience visiting both the Ubudiah Mosque and Kuala Kangsar in general. The mosque was finally completed in late msjid a total cost of RM, – quite an astronomical figure for those days. This is where I stayed when I visited Kuala Kangsar.
Remember it is a place of worship, appropriate attire must be worn and shoes taken off if you are going to enter. Figure 14 The red blood marble on the column of the main entrance The type of marble that use at the column and wall are different.