The Al-Hana Mosque is the biggest and most frequently-visited mosque in Langkawi. Located adjacent to the beautiful Lagenda Park, the mosque was constructed in 1959 and is amongst the most prominent landmarks in the city. The mosque is notable for its Moorish-style design elements and Islamic motifs from Uzbekistan, as well as its golden main dome and the several smaller peach-coloured domes around it. The walls of the prayer hall bear carvings and verses from the holy Quran and it also features elaborately carved fittings within the main prayer room. Al-Hana Mosque is conveniently located in the vicinity of many duty-free shops in Kuah.
Throughout the day
Around 30 – 60 minutes
Adults, Families, Senior Guests, Young Adults, Children
The wall carvings in the prayer room
The main prayer room at the Al-Hana Mosque is capable of accommodating several guests during prayer times.
Plenty of Halal food and Halal restaurants are available in the vicinity of the Al-Hana Mosque. It is also possible to visit a few of the more prominent Halal restaurants in Kuah such as the SofeaCafé and the Arabica Restaurant.