Sitting literally on a lake, Masjid Ar-Rahman is located at a small village of Pulau Gajah near Kota Bharu, Kelantan.
The mosque is unique with traditional Malay influenced architecture carved in every structure of the masjid.
The surrounding natural landscape is so amazingly beautiful and calm, making it one of the most beautiful mosque in Malaysia.
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According to the 2010 Census figures of the National Population and Housing, approximately 61.3% of the country’s population practice Islam.
Although Islam arrived in the country about 700 years ago, more than 400 years of European occupation, which has just ended in 1957, led to marginalization of the faith.
Since then, Islam has once again become central to the Malay society.
The mosques of Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya are both exquisite and unique.