Say about travel, people often think of the blue the beach, white sand, or luxury resorts, or the mountains, caves with natural beauty.
But in Malaysia, apart from that, this country has a thickness of religious history is very ancient, and the church here is religious tourism destinations very impressive, even with people no religion.
And now, let’s explore the religion of Malaysia!
1. Malacca Straits Mosque, Malacca
The most impressive thing of this church is that it looks like a jewel surfaced when sea water rises, a stunningly beautiful.
2. Batu Caves temple, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Located outside of India, then perhaps this is one of the largest Hindu temple, and the most famous in the world. Every year, many tourists come here, from everywhere, to explore the ancient caves, and the most beautiful tomb. The most unexpected thing that is the age of the limestone caves here, you know? it has existed 400 million years.
3. Floating Mosque, Kuala Terengganu
Another name for this church is Tengku Tengah Zaharah, it is located in the north-east coast of Malaysia. The church was started in 1993, and until 1995 then completion and official opening. This church afloat (can be considered as such) very beautiful, with Malaysia’s characteristic design, blended with modern features, deserve a great attraction for to traveler.
4. Iron Mosque, Putrajaya
Call this church with the name Iron because the structure was built with 70% of materials are steel, and is open from 6/2010. excepting featured of called name Iron, the church also has another name is Tuanku Mizan Abidin, is located in the south of the city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
5. Crystal Mosque, Kuala Terengganu
Similarly Iron mosque, the mosque’s name is also derived from the materials of construction is crystal. In addition, this mosque has another name as Masjid Kristal. The highlight here is that wifi is ubiquitous coverage around the church, use more technology products, combined with sophisticated design, makes Crystal mosque becomes majestic, modern and extremely chic.
6. Kek Lok Si Temple, Penang
This is a unique temple, stylish design blends of three countries of China, Myanmar and Thailand, creating a truly impressive works, and built a long time ago, in the late 1800s. The largest Buddhist temple in Southeast Asia name is Kek Lok Si, in the state of Penang, Malaysia, are attracting traveler everywhere by the fussy, meticulous in decorating has made all the traveler very praised.
7. Putra Mosque, Putrajaya
Located in the center Putrajaya city of Malaysia, if seen from above or from a distance, the church emerged as a rose gently between space, said so because the material which is used for dome is granite very beautiful pink color.
8. Sri Mahamariamman Temple, Kuala Lumpur
Continues to be a beautiful temple, unique in Kuala Lumpur, was named Sri Mahamariamman is oldest Hindu temple in Malaysia. The temple was built in 1873, was used as a place of worship of Indian immigrants, which reflect the culture of South India at five floors of the temple roof.
9. Jamek Mosque, Kuala Lumpur
It seems at Kuala Lumpur there are alot the mosque that we have not explored before. And Jamek mosque is one of them. Location of this mosque is very special, it is the intersection of two rivers merge Kelang and Gombak, Kuala Lumpur center (opened in 1909), the oldest of all the mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
10. Khoo Kongsi Temple, George Town
This is the Works Construction by Chinese people, and is their most beautiful temples in Malaysia. This temple is located at Cannon Square, very attractive and attracts millions of visitors each year. This temple is famous for the beauty sophisticated, complex design and clearly demonstrate the influence of Chinese culture in Malaysia.