Kampung Kling Mosque
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Kampung Kling Mosque information
This hoary mosque has a multitiered meru roof (a stacked form similar to that seen in Balinese Hindu architecture), which owes its inspiration to Hindu temples, and a Moorish watchtower minaret typical of early mosques in Sumatra.