Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Kampung Kling Mosque - Jonker Walk (Malacca, Malaysia)


From Chen Hoon Teng temple, we walked and arrived at Jalan Tukan Emas where Kampung Kling Mosque is. I really can't tell if visitors are allowed inside, neither did I initiate. At this point in time, that is after past 2.00pm, mosque seemingly was close. So, the logical thing to do was just standing outside at the junction to view the structure of Kampung Kling Mosque, also known as Masjid Kampung Pali (Kampung Pali Mosque), Masjid Kampung Balik Pali (Kampung Balik Pali Mosque) and Masjid Kampung Kapur (Kampung Kapur Mosque). 





That's about all at this mosque, just a  five minutes stop, and then we walked again, honestly, not knowing where we are heading. Hopefully, keeping our fingers crossed, to discover other interesting and historical places around Jonker Walk.  Kampung Kling Mosque by itself was a new discovery for me, never knew it existed, holding so much of significant history. Right on!

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10 comments:

  1. Historical visiting, very nice. :)

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  2. I m going to Melaka next week...
    Wat r the things tat must eat n must c...
    Kaka...

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  3. Your entry remind me about history subject when I was in secondary school. History subject quite interesting and can improve your general knowledge.How I wish I can back to school hehehe....anyway the architecture of Kling Mosque very unique this is can represent 1Malaysia :-)

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  4. Thanks for sharing all that info, this looks like a very interesting place.

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  5. I been here before it's beautiful there.. :)

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  6. This looks like such a beautiful site my friend :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  7. Nice shots,it reminds me of one of my blog post on unique mosque minaret of Malacca.

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