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1.Masjid Agung Sudirman
Masjid Agung Sudirman is situated in the city center of Denpasar. Known for being the largest Masjid in the island, the Agung Sudirman Masjid has gained popularity amongst the locals as well as tourists for its original architectural structure. Designed with an almost wall-less feature, the Masjid is highly appreciated by Muslims for its natural ventilation, making it an ideal place to pray the night prayer or organize Islamic events.
Location: Jalan Slamet Riyadi, Dauh Puri, Denpasar
2.Masjid Ibnu Batutah
Great Mosque of Ibn Battuta is located on the edge of the highway heading towards Nusa Dua Uluwatu, before arriving in Bali Tourism College. Construction of the mosque was carried out by the BTDC (Bali Tourism Development Center) is also built at the same place next to a church and Hindu temple.
This mosque in Kuta is right across the road from Kuta’s Central Park, where tourist buses often stand by. Masjid (Mosque) Ar-Rahmat is popular among travelling Muslims, so it’s normal to see a mix of nationalities from all over theworld during Friday prayers.
The mosque features 2 levels, with wudhu (cleansing) places outside for men, and inside for women. Rows of halal food stalls adjoin the mosque where you can fill up after prayers.
Location: Jalan Raya Kuta No.75, Kuta, Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
4.Palapa Great Mosque
If you visit Dreamland, it doesn’t hurt to stop by the Palapa Grand Mosque. The mosque, which was built since 2012, is completely located in Dreamland Bali, Jalan Pecatu Indah Resort, Pecatu Bali, South Kuta.