Easiest way is LRT, alight on Masjid Jamek Station and just walked across.
Masjid Jamek is also as known as Friday Mosque as it serves as common worship place during Friday prayers.
When we visit Masjid Jamek it was already past 4PM so we’re unable to go inside. We just taking snapshots outside and just look and admire it’s architectural edifice.
|Some european tourist, unable to get in the Mosque,|
So we just divert our attention to take photos instead of standing there like a dumb waiting for miracle. We stood behind the gate and fire the shutter like a paparazzi
|Masjed Jamek, taken outside the gate|
One of the things that caught our attention to this mosque was it’s red brick and marble distinct structure which is evidently a kind of Moorish style. It’s architecture was a resemblance to Sultan Abdul Samad Building in which both structures was designed by Arthur Bennison Hubback.
As we failed to enter the mosque we walk along to Jalan tun Perak heading to Dataran Merdeka to continue our city wandering.