The Federal Territory Mosque, also known as Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan is the Largest Mosque in the federal capital of Malaysia and one of the largest mosques in Southeast Asia. The mosque is situated on a 47-acre site in the heart of the city, near the National Museum and the Perdana Botanical Gardens.
The mosque was completed in 2000 and was designed by a team of local architects led by Hajeedar Majid. The design of the mosque is a blend of traditional Islamic architecture and modern construction techniques, with elements of Malay, Moorish, and Arab styles.
The main prayer hall of the mosque can accommodate up to 17,000 worshippers at a time, with separate prayer halls for men and women. The main prayer hall features a large chandelier that hangs from the central dome, which is adorned with Islamic calligraphy and geometric patterns.
One of the unique features of the mosque is the use of Islamic calligraphy throughout the building, including on the walls, ceiling, and even the carpet. The mosque also has a beautiful courtyard with fountains and a large reflecting pool, which adds to the serenity and peacefulness of the space.