I am a church controller. I like to visit and photograph churches, and appreciate the beauty of churches slowly. Last year, I took a glimpse of Sikh Temple in a speeding car, and I wasn't sure if it was a mosque. During this long trip this year, I went to Qingjing Temple in Quanzhou to visit it. Today, I came to Kowloon Mosque in the rain on Nathan Road. There are five mosques in Hong Kong, and Kowloon Mosque is the largest. The tall dome of the Kowloon Mosque is all white marble, holy and magnificent, and even the steps are round. We did not visit it that day because it was Sunday, when many Muslims and Muslims were worshipping. The Kowloon Mosque is free to visit. Unlike the Quanzhou Pure Temple, which is already a scenic spot, the Quanzhou Pure Temple does not need to follow the dress requirements. Women entering Qingjing Temple not only require long clothes and trousers, but also a long headscarf with a bald head, preferably a black or white gown. On the top step is Kowloon Park, which I think is half surrounded by the Kowloon Mosque.
The Kowloon Mosque is situated next to the Tsim Sha Tsui Metro entrance. Its architectural form is very striking. Today, I went in to see it specially. Women should first wash it from the right side outside the door before entering. Because there is a party on the weekend, I'm sorry to shoot it inside, but we can visit it here.
Kowloon Mosque is a famous temple and shrine in Hong Kong. There are many places worth visiting nearby. It's very close to the hotel. It's the last item of the group tour. Because before I came, I checked a lot on the internet. I thought it was boring and the result was better than I expected.
It is a three-storey building with a dome-shaped arch and symmetrical moon tower on both sides. The whole building is covered with marble veneers. The mosque is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day. Visitors can visit the mosque during the above time.