Masjib Jamek is one of the oldest mosque of Malaysia that was built in 1909. It is situated within the meeting point of the Gombak and Klang River. History of KL city germinated at this place.
An architect named Arthur Benison Hubback designed the monument. It was developed on the first burial ground of the city. The century old mosque is located just right beside Masjid Jamek LRT station. It a holy place for the Islam followers within the city who offer prayers to their almighty god, Allah.
Masjib Jamek showcases true Islamic architecture that has been blended with colonial patterns. The mosque covers a vast space with sculptured pillars flanking the entrance. The structure of the mosque and the pillars reveal brickwork that is contrasted by white borders.
The main prayer hall is built on a huge space and is open on 3 sides with round pillars at regular gaps supporting the roof. The floor is displays white marble furnishing.