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Passengers wishing to prain the airport's two non-denominational prayer rooms. A foot cleaning basin and directional sign (Qiblah) are available in the rooms.

Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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muslim and muslimah must take turn each other before make use of the prayer room... only one ablution tap and no prayer hijab for muslimah.

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    Ananda Suci Munggaran

    So sad.

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    Mualif A. Mandaris

    In additional information, this area near gate 42

Description

Passengers wishing to prain the airport's two non-denominational prayer rooms. A foot cleaning basin and directional sign (Qiblah) are available in the rooms.

Address

Level 7, Check-in Hall, near aisle A, Terminal 1 (non-restricted area)

Phone No

+852 2181 8888

Language of service

English

Prayers

Five daily prayers , Jumu'ah prayers

Opening Day

Everyday

Opening Time

Other

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    Malmal

    prayer room at 501 gate Departure. near the washroom.. not for Jumu'ah prayer