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Ubudiah Mosque is located on Bukit Chandan in Kuala Kangsar, Perak near the Sultan Perak's Palace. It was ordered to be built in 1913 by the 28th Sultan of Perak, Sultan Idris Mursyidul Adzam who wanted to thank god after recovering from his illness. However, it was completed in 1917 after his death in 1916.
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It was designed by AB Hubback, has an Moorish architecture with gold coloured domes and many minarets. The construction was interrupted a few times. The most memorable one was when 2 elephants belonging to the Sultan and Raja Chulan fought inside the mosque destroying the Italian marbles. This mosque cost about Malayan Dollar 189,000.

This mosque is not big as it can accommodated about 2,300 worshippers only. I guess this is because common people seldom go to this mosque to pray as it is a little out of housing estate.

Lastly, kindly help keep Kuala Kangsar clean by throwing rubbish into proper place.
Ubudiah Mosque
Ubudiah Mosque
Outside Ubudiah Mosque
Outside Ubudiah Mosque
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Inside Ubudiah Mosque prayer hall
Inside Ubudiah Mosque prayer hall

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