Dubai is an Islamic and an Arabian Country. So, culture is incomplete without Mosques. Or you can say you are in Dubai and you don’t visit Dubai’s mosques then how can you say that you have seen all the charms of Dubai. The traditional heritage of civilized Islamic culture is only saved in mosques where you can find a real essence of harmony and humanity. Well, for a foreigner either Muslim or Non-Muslim it will be excited to visit them first just, to witness its beauty to capture in your diaries for long lasted memories. You need to visit the real Dubai before any other attraction. As for advice, a hand-thumb rule is to reserve a personal transport to move for accessible movement. Yes, you can get what you desire. And yes, you can have this in Dubai. No need to strike your head with local public transport. Ease your journey by having comfortable car rental Dubai services from car hire companies. It will be a HURRAH! Day for you. Well, the following are mosques enlisted to visit as soon as possible you can do.
Shaikh Zayed Grand Mosque – Abu Dhabi
The Grand Mosques in Abu Dhabi got the latest title of being a popular mosque among tourists and expats. Ladies even from other religion can headscarves before setting their feet in Mosque. It is famous due to its white snowy texture, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is the largest mosque in Dubai. It is made up and designed for 40,000 worshippers to offer their prayers five times a day.
Grand Mosque (Bur Dubai) – Dubai
It is the oldest Grand Mosque in Bur Dubai. It is occupied in the core-heart of the Old Dubai. It has been constructed two times, once in 1952 and for the second time in 1999 to widened its limits. In its surroundings, various attractions could be witnessed such as Grand Souq and Rulers Court. It’s best to view this enchanted mosque at night when its enlightened glow increases its beauty while lighting up.
Al Noor Mosque – Sharjah
It was built by order of the wife of the ruler of Sharjah. The Al-Noor Mosque has beautiful, astounding towers which are the city’s most beautiful structure with 34 cataracted minarets.
Masjid Al Rahim – Dubai
A standing vision on the corners of Dubai Marina is the Majid Al Rahim. It is well-known for its blue and white wavy tidal structure with a blend of blue-white lights in the evening. It is built up like a towering apartment.
King Faisal Mosque – Sharjah
It is named as a street has the same name and it is located on the same road name, the King Faisal Mosque is one the Sharjah’s grand and largest mosque. It has the capacity, to sum up, 17,000 people in its courtyard.
Al Salaam Mosque – Al Barsha, Dubai
A conflict piece of architecture in Al Barsha, easily viewed by its shocking enlightened dooms, the Al Salam Mosque is newly built mosque which was first introduced and launched by High authority Muhammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Prime Minister of the UAE. It has a super cued copied design from one of the mosques in Ottoman.