Visit Melaka Straits Mosque a place for worship located along the straits of Malacca. Melaka Straits Mosque was built on the stilts above the sea water which is often times referred to as a floating mosque when the water level is on high tide. It is one of the most-visited mosques in Malacca where most of the visitors attend for prayers and celebrate festive occasions. Opened on 24 November 2006 by the Supreme Ruler of Malaysia Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Syed Putra Jamalullail. The mosque also serves as a tourist attraction due to its architectural design and breathtaking view. Despite its isolated location, visitors still managed to visit Melaka Straits Mosque.

The Straits Of Melaka


Melaka Straits Mosque is located on the man-made island called Malacca Island which is about 3 km distance from the city center. It is also nearby to the Gateway City township, a commercial and residential development.

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Access Road To Melaka Straits Mosque

Melaka Straits Mosque is a 10-minute drive from the city center of Malacca. There is no public transportation heading to and from the mosque, hence visitors are required to take a private car or book a ride. Heading to the mosque, visitors may find some abandoned construction projects.


Parking Area At Mellaca Straits Moque

There are many parking spaces available for all visitors visiting the mosque. The parking space are FREE for all who intend to pray and come to pay a visit the mosque as tourist.

Sunset View At Melaka Straits Mosque
Abandoned Building Near Melaka Straits Mosque
Witnessing Sunst At Mellaca Straits Mosque


Cafeteria At Melaka Straits Mosque
Cendol At Cafeteria Mellaca Straits Mosque

Cafeteria and small eatery shops are conveniently located outside the mosque which makes them readily available for all visitors. Shops offer dim sum, desserts, fruits, and drinks where tourists gathered around for some refreshing snacks.


Public Toilet At Mallaca Straits Mosque

There are public toilet available for visitors which are kept clean and well-maintained.


Masjid Selat Melaka

Melaka Straits Mosque is indeed an amazing place and worth-to-visit place in Malacca. The sound of the waves and the ocean breeze makes it a peaceful and relaxing experience when visiting the mosque. We recommended getting the best experience by visiting the mosque before sunset to witness the picturesque view of the mosque. Getting inside the mosque, tourists are required to wear a proper decent dress code. For men, wearing shorts is not allowed while women must cover the whole body and head when entering the mosque. So come and visit to have a soothing and surreal experience.

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