Sabah State Mosque is located in the Pink Mosque of Sabah University. The appearance of this mosque is all pink, with white vaults, it is very pure and beautiful. It is also a landmark building in the University of Sabah, which is very attractive to tourists.
The Sabah Mosque, also known as the Sabah State Mosque, represents the Islamic culture of Sabah. It stands majestically in the city, not far from the Sabah State Museum. This building, built in 1977, combines modern architectural art and Islamic Islamic style, with a dome inlaid with gold, forming a beautiful pattern.
The Sabah State Mosque is located in the southern part of Kota Kinabalu, also known as the Sabah State Mosque. Built in 1977, it is a symbol of Islam in Sabah. The architecture of the mosque combines modern and traditional Islamic elements. The golden dome is surrounded by 16 domes, which is solemn and gorgeous.
This is the largest mosque in Sabah and can accommodate up to 12,000 people when they come to pray. We looked at this temple and it seemed to float within this large moat, overlooking Likas Bay. We were shocked by the architectural layout of this temple. We stood and looked at it cordially, and finally left with good memories.
The state mosque here is the mosque in Sabah, and the floating mosque is the municipal mosque in Kota Kinabalu. Many people mention the floating mosque, but ignore the state mosque in Kota Kinabalu. The state mosque is more atmospheric from the perspective of the overall architectural structure.