An-Nur Jamek Mosque, Labuan

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An-Nur Jamek Mosque, Labuan
(Federal Territory of Labuan Mosque)
Masjid Jamek An-Nur, Labuan
(Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan Labuan)
An'Nur Jamek Mosque, Labuan.jpg
Basic information
Location Malaysia Labuan, Malaysia
Affiliation Islam
Branch/tradition Sunni (Shafi'i)
Country Malaysia
Year consecrated 1988
Architectural description
Architect(s) Dato Baharuddin Abu Kassim
Arkitek Jurubina Bertiga
Architectural type Mosque
Architectural style Islamic, Modern
Completed 1 February 1988[1]
Dome(s) 1
Minaret(s) 2

The An-Nur Jamek Mosque or Masjid Jamek An-Nur (or sometimes called Masjid Negeri Wilayah Persekutuan Labuan or State Federal Territory of Labuan Mosque) is the only mosque in the Federal Territory of Labuan, Malaysia.


The initial stage of construction of this mosque was run by Sabah State Government through the Sabah Islamic Religious Council (MUIS).[1]The mosque was built to replace the old mosque nearby. It was constructed on 1982 and completed on 1987. The mosque was opened on 1 February 1988 by the eighth Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Sultan Iskandar of Johor in conjunction with the 14th Federal Territory Day.[1]


The architectural design was by Arkitek Jurubina Bertiga led by Dato Baharuddin Abu Kassim. The combination architecture are from Brunei Malay architectural elements mix with the Turkish architecture.[1] As a result of these two influences has produced a new mosque has a unique identity and beautiful.[1] The mosque is equipped with a dome-shaped dome and two tall towers on both sides of the mosque and also equipped with a number of facilities and equipment for public use such as three lecture halls, Darul Hikmah Library, administrative offices and a break room for VIPs.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d e f "An-Nur mosque". IslamGRID. Archived from the original on 2 December 2013. Retrieved 21 November 2013. 

Coordinates: 5°17′00″N 115°14′51″E / 5.2834°N 115.2475°E / 5.2834; 115.2475