Kowloon Mosque & Islamic Centre
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Kowloon Mosque & Islamic Centre information
Lonely Planet review
This mosque, with its dome and carved marble, is the largest Islamic house of worship in Hong Kong. It serves the territory’s 70,000-odd Muslims, more than half of whom are Chinese, and can accommodate 2000 worshippers. Muslims are welcome to attend services here, but non-Muslims should ask permission to enter. Remember to remove your footwear.