The temple is a typical Arabic style building, without monuments and other historical records. The hall can accommodate hundreds of Muslim worshippers; I walk around and see no one in the temple; I look up and see "the Office of the Muslim Association" and I push the door in. I greet only a man in his 30s. First of all, I say that I am a Muslim from the mainland and come here to visit Ahmed. I want to know about the situation of some Taiwanese Muslims, and the other side is also Muslim (I hurried to greet Daosa, but he did not respond, which shows that he did not understand and can see the depth of Sinicization of Taiwanese Muslims). He told me that there is only one Imam in the temple (non-worship time is not in the temple).
The Taipei Mosque, the site of the Taiwan Muslim Association, was named as a historic site in Taipei in 1999. It is now the largest and most famous temple in Taipei. The green domed worship hall, with a crescent moon hanging high on both sides of the top, is a tradition of summoning the cylindrical ring of the worship building. Beyond Mahjor Day, it is used as a classroom to teach Muslims how to learn religion, read the Koran and learn Arabic.
Mosque is a very important and famous place of worship for Islam in Taipei. It has a history of more than 50 years. There are often devout wicked people coming to worship here. The building itself is very distinctive, and it is near Da'an Forest Park. It is worth visiting.
Opposite the best mosque in Taipei is the alley near Da'an Forest Park, where there are many cultural shops.
Looking at the exterior, it is a very luxurious building, mosque.