Kuala Terengganu's floating mosque, Tengku Tengah Zaharah, juts out from the beach and hovers on stilts just above crystal blue water. Traditional middle-eastern design is transplanted into a far-east ...
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The mosque was built by the sixteenth Sultan of the Malaysian state of Terengganu, who named it after his mother. At twilight, the setting sun lights up the mosque's dome in vibrant gold, while cooling breezes roll across the mosque's walkways from the South China Sea, making for an experience truly representative of Malaysia's cultural heritage.