Saifuding Mosque is a landmark building in Brunei and a must-see attraction for foreign tourists. The mosque is characterised by purity and dignity, with its back on the Brunei River. Looking from a distance, the whole building is tall and lofty. The huge round golden top and the hollow milky white spire are even more magnificent and heroic. The golden top is pure gold. Among all the spectacular sights, there is a replica of a 16th century Sudanese dragon boat, reflected in the clear water, linked by a winding path to the mosque, making it part of the mosque. It should be most appropriate to describe Omar-Ali-Saifuding Mosque with its natural and ingenious nature. It is said that night is coming, the reflection of the colorful lights in the water of the dragon boat and the waves of the water are so bright that it is like a dream.
The most beautiful mosque in the Asia-Pacific region is also a symbol of Brunei. The mosque combines the Mughal architecture and Italian styles. It is 52 meters (171 feet) tall. The top of the mosque is made of 3.3 million pieces of gold. It is surrounded by water on three sides. A man-made lake surrounds the mosque. On the man-made lake there is also a replica of the Royal boat used by the Emperor Brunei in the 16th century. In honor of God, all the materials used here are the most precious. The exterior walls are China's top granite, the ground is all made of Italian marble, imported chandeliers from Britain and stained glass from windows, carpets imported from Saudi Arabia and Belgium. The mosque was built in 1958 and named after Omar Ali Saifuding of Sudan at that time. The mosque is built on a man-made lake near the Brunei River. It is adjacent to the water family Kampong Ayer and can be reached by a series of bridges in the middle. Mosque Opening Time: Saturdays to Wednesdays: 08:30-12:00, 13:30-15:00, 16:30-17:30 Thursday: All-day closed Friday: 16:30-17:30 if religious activities and prayer time will be closed (such as Ramadan) evening must return to the mosque, although not to visit inside, but with the evening sunset, the mosque is reflected on the artificial lake, broadcast out. The chanting of the Sutra makes people feel the devotion of this country.
Omar Ali Saifuding Mosque Omar Ali Saifuding Mosque, the symbol of Brunei capital Sribaga Bay, is known as one of the most beautiful mosques in Southeast Asia. The mosque was built in 1958 to commemorate Omar, Ali and Saifuding, Sudan, 17 years after the founding of the People's Republic. It is the same as Mao Zedong Memorial Hall. It is said that building materials were carefully selected from all over the world. For example, the paved marble is from Italy, the Wall-built granite is from China, the stained glass and crystal chandeliers are from Britain, and the carpets are imported from Belgium and Saudi Arabia. It is said that all the gold roofs are made of 3.3 million pieces of gold. If these pieces are laid flat, they are 520 square meters in size. Anyway, the Tuhao King "under the heavens... is not short of money, no problem at all. This is the superiority of the "system of the whole nation" which is a national force. Monarchy is different from centralization.
Located in the centre of Sri Bagawan City, near an artificial lake, it is well designed and maintained. It is a large and unique mosque, a symbol of Brunei, and one of the main tourist destinations. It is impossible to enter the mosque properly with short pants and skirts. Of course, tourists can borrow long gowns temporarily.
Brunei's landmark Omaali Mosque was built by the 28th King and is also the symbol of the capital city of Sribaga Bay. Compared with the quiet and refined of Jamie Mosque, Omaali Mosque is graceful and magnificent. The lake water in front of the mosque, which is as clear as a mirror, is embellished with a stone bowl, forming a pure natural picture with blue sky and white clouds. Unfortunately, due to time constraints, we can only shoot in the field of vision hundreds of meters away from the appearance, unable to enter the shooting. Near the Omaali Mosque are Yayasan shopping mall, water village (including visiting mangroves to see long nosed monkeys), Brunei Royal Etiquette Gallery, also known as the Royal Regalia, the Old Parliament Building, and Square (held here on National Day). It is suggested that these scenic spots can be arranged for a day's visit. [Open time] Every Saturday-Wednesday, 8:30-12, 13-15, 16:30-17:30. Fridays: Free from 16:30 to 17:30. [Notes] Visitors to mosques need to wear barefoot or disposable slippers, women need to wear free rental black robes, and men need to wear free rental black robes, such as shorts. No photographs are allowed inside.
Landmark building in Brunei Ribaga Bay! The boat and the Qingzhen Temple together, absolutely beautiful scenery, which location is good to take pictures of! __________ Although from a distance across the fence appearance, but more than close to capture the unique beauty! Especially at sunset, walking from the pedestrian street to the effect of passing through the mosque, feeling quiet, solemn, elegant, sacred!
The landmark buildings of Brunei Sri Bagawan City are often covered with various promotional pages, which are made by the old Sultan King. They are luxurious and shocking. Unfortunately, when you go to visit them, you just take off your shoes and look at the doorway. Many places are not allowed to go.
The world famous mosque is very beautiful. Non-Muslim visitors are prohibited from entering the inner hall, but can visit the courtyard.