Visit Kapitan Keling Mosque
Kapitan Keling Mosque is a 19th-century mosque built by early Indian Muslim traders who came from South India. It can easily be located at the end of Pitt and Buckingham Street.
The mosque was named after late Cauder Mydin Merican (leader of the Chinese community) as he was called as ‘Kapital Keling’ at that time. It is spread across 18 acres having an additional madrassah. The architecture is simple and serene with white-washed walls and Mughal-style turrets and domes. It is necessary to wear respectful attires before entering the mosque for both men and women.