Thursday 29 June
It is located very near to the Royal Abu Bakar Museum (The Grand Palace).
The Sultan Abu Bakar State Mosque was completed in the year of 1900.The architecture of the mosque is a mix of two distinguishable styles.
They are Victorian and Moorish styles with a little influence of Malay style.
Non – muslims are allowed to enter the mosque. However, decent and modest clothing must be worn as a sign of respect.
Besides, one must remove his/her shoes before entering the mosque. There are some nearby attractions that are related to the history of Johor.
These hotels located in the central of Johor Bahru. This allows tourists to tour along the whole day with ease.
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