Here in the states of Kelantan and Terengganu lies mosques that exhibit the distinct muslim architecture and design. Moreover, Terengganu is known as the historical state of Islam where the Batu Bersurat was found early 14th century.
A common feature we often see in mosques is the minaret, the tall, slender tower that usually is situated at one of the corners of the mosque structure. The top of the minaret is always the highest point in mosques that have one, and often the highest point in the immediate area.
On the other hand, the domes, often placed directly above the main prayer hall.
Has my photography skills improved?
This mosque (picture above) was seen in Kuala Terengganu and it is still under construction. It is one of the most beautiful mosques I’ve ever seen in Malaysia.
In fact, I would love to visit the Crystal Mosque one fine day.