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A simple historical mosque. It is within town limits but seems away from it. Architecture is not grand. Can be very busy. Lots of shops like via dela rosa and various tracks leading to religious monuments.
Don’t miss this place, and don’t be deterred by the entrance fee of 45 RMB... which drives many potential visitors away (good thing: you’ll have the place more or less for yourself). Some interesting insights...
It is not openly for public, but at certain time they open for foreigner with entrance fee of 45RMB. inside the mosque, there are section that you cannot enter, nothing much but it was so peaceful. No video are allow to be taken, as mine...More
Id Kah Mosque is not open for public. This turns to be a city park and a recreation place.So, on 13 April 2018 the children are playing soccer, riding horse, and playing skate. Some vendors sale plants, yogurt, and ice cream. .
This mosque is the largest in China and is extremely centrally located, right across the road from the night market and near old town. Accordingly, it is worth giving it a visit if you have time in the area. However, do not expect too much...More
While this is the largest mosque in China, I personally don't find it very intriguing. At times, you find worshippers are "outnumbered" by tourist groups.
That being said, the mosque is situated in an area where many shops and restaurants are frequented by locals. It...More
The Id Kah Mosque is easy to find if you are exploring part of the Old Town. It is the heart of Muslim prayer and worship in the area and can accommodate up to 50,000 in the peaceful outdoor areas which is shaded by trees.
For 45 RMB to enter it does not offer a lot. The prayer hall was small and the grounds were restful - which is about as good as it got. Only worth visiting if, like me, you had an hour to spend and nothing better...More