Malaysia Islamic Ziarah (KL-Perak-Penang)
Kuala Lumpur International Airport
3 Hours Before Flight Time
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After arriving at KLIA2, will be fetched by guide and driver and lunch at self expense.After that, visit notable places in Putrajaya such as Putrajaya Mosque，and the house of the Prime Minister. Dinner will be served at PICC Restaurant， and shopping at night. Return to hotel around 10.
After breakfast in hotel， head off to city tour， National Mosque,Islamic historical Museum， Merdeka Square, Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Petaling Street with a lot of street food and southerners. Central Market (pasar budaya) with a lot of local art and culture.
Breakfast in hotel, head off to Ipoh, Kellies Castle ,Islamic centre Al Barakah .Famous Islamic centre in Northen Malaysia own by Datuk Ustaz Kazim Elias Al Hafiz (modern pesanteren konsep) After lunch buy famous local Ipoh white coffe， biscuits, local
charcoal crunchy cakes and salted egg crispy pie。 .
Ubudiah Mosque, sometimes known as the Ubudiah Royal Mosque, is a state mosque in Bukit Chandan, Kuala Kangsar, Perak, considered one of the most beautiful mosques in Malaysia and is a symbol of pride and trust for Muslims in Perak. Gold dome and mosque towers are proof of the beauty of Islamic architecture. Ubudiah Mosque was inaugurated by Sultan Abdul Jalil Karamatullah Shah in 1917
Breakfast in hotel, then travel up to Penang Hill will cable car. Little India with all the Indian culture art and traditional clothes and food. Georgetown tour with 3D Museum, colonial architecture and heritage buildings in the 19th Century, such as the Blue
Mansion. Try Cendol and other local snacks (Own Expense) and dinner at Red Garden Cafe (food stalls).
The Kapitan Keling Mosque (Malay name: Masjid Kapitan Keling,Tamil , Kāppittāṉ keliṅa macūti ) is a mosque built in the 19th century by Indian Muslim traders in George Town, Penang, Malaysia. It is situated on the corner of Buckingham Street (Lebuh Buckingham) and Pitt Street (Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling). Being a prominent Islamic historic centre, it is part of the World Heritage Site of George Town and lies at the centre of the city’s Tamil Muslim neighbourhood, the chulias. It is the first permanent Muslim institution to have been established in the area, dating from the early 1800s.
Another renovation in 1930 gave the Kapitan Keling Mosque its present appearance after the previous design was deemed impractical. In keeping with tradition, the mosque was not rebuilt, but only enlarged. Among the major work during this period included doubling the height of the central prayer hall, improvement to the ventilation system, and allowing more natural light to enter. The exterior is ochre yellowed while the interior had white marble floors and a high ceiling. The interior aisles are
formed by a series of horseshoe arches, crowned with King Edward’s plaques. The façade of the building and its interior were decorated with geometric designs, as human and animal forms are forbidden in Islam
Breakfast in hotel and free & easy activity before transporting to Penang International Airport
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