In the center of Kuala Lumpur is the Masjid Jamek, one of the oldest mosques in Malaysia. Located on the banks of two rivers, it was opened in 1909, and strikes visitors with its Moorish-style architecture. A series of domes dominate the building, surrounded by a tropical garden with green lawns and lush palm trees. You can only enter the mosque if you're wearing the right clothing (you can pick up a long dress at the entrance), and the prayer hall is a large room full of columns, rather stark and modern. It is well-connected by public transport, a short walk from Masjid Jamek LRT station, although the entrance is difficult to find.