The Sultan Suleiman Royal Mosque is Selangor’s Royal Mosque, which is located in Klang. It was designed by the British Architect L.Keste Vend in the early 1930s, and was officiated in 1932 by the late Almarhum Sultan Sir Alaedin Suleiman Shah of Selangor along with the British’s Federated Malay States High Commissioner Sir Lawrence Nuuns Guillemard. The mosque’s architecture is a combination of Western Art Deco and Neoclassical styles. Among the attractive features are the Tangga Diraja (royal stairs) from Istana Alam Shah and a royal mausoleum, where the late Sultan Salahuddin is laid to rest.
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