| Sunni Islam|
| April 2014|
7.5 million MYR
| Krubong, Malacca, Malaysia|
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The Malacca Chinese Mosque (Malay: Masjid Cina Negeri Melaka; Chinese: 马六甲华人清真寺; pinyin: Mǎliùjiǎ Huárén Qīngzhēnsì) is a Chinese-style mosque in Krubong, Malacca, Malaysia. The mosque is the third Chinese-style mosque in Malaysia after the ones in Kelantan and Perak. It was developed by the Malacca Chinese Muslim Association (Pertim).
Malacca Chinese Mosque Wikipedia
The mosque construction budget was approved by Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin in October 2011. The construction started in August 2012 by Warisan Harmoni Construction Sdn. Bhd. and completed in April 2014.
The mosque is designed with a unique Chinese architecture with pagodas and Chinese calligraphy from a combination of architectural design of several mosques in Beijing, Shanghai and Xi'an in China. It has one minaret tower and two domes. The mosque is equipped with the main prayer hall, library, multipurpose hall, offices and restaurant. With a total built up area of 2.8 hectares, the mosque can accommodate up to 2,000 worshipers.
The construction of the mosque costed MYR 7.5 million, with MYR 5.9 million provided by the federal government and the remaining by Pertim and the public.
Friday prayer sermon in this mosque is delivered in Mandarin language.