Monument Park

The monument park presents 22 monuments from 21 countries from all over the world across Asian, European and African continents. There are two monuments which come from the same country; the Al-Haram and Nabawi Mosque. All monuments, scaled from between 1:1.7 to 1:22 compared to the original size, are the important landmarks which marked the arrival, development and glory of Islam in that particular countries. The materials used to build all the monuments are locally produced.

Located in 10-hectares land, the park carries the concept of Edutainment Park, which means that apart from being able to enjoy the glorious views of the monuments, the visitors will also be able to learn about the history of the monuments. Parallel with this concept, the visitors will be able to observe the structures built centuries ago without using any modern technologies. The monuments are the symbol of the human civilization and they are still around until today, which proves the grandeur of architectural design in the past.

It is important to emphasize here that even though the monuments in the Taman Tamadun Islam are based on the Islamic civilization, the park does not limit its attraction to only the Muslims. It is hoped that the concept of education and entertainment, entwined in the representation of the monuments will also appeal to the non-Muslims.

All the informations of the monuments are explained in three languages – Malay, English and Arabic. This is to provide information to visitors which come from all over the world. Other than providing a splendor view of the great architectural elements in the monuments, the park also provides interactive activities in the selected five monuments. The interactive monuments available in the park are:

• The National Mosque, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
• Taj Mahal, Agra, India.
• Qubbah As-Sakhrah, Palestine.
• Masjidil Haram, Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
• Al-Hambra Citadel, Granada, Spain.

Interactive monuments provide the historical elements where they are presented in the form of video display, educational games in the form of interactive quizzes and treasure hunt, photos, and artifacts. The informations available in the interactive monuments are the history, culture, personalities, architecture, country facts and scholars that relates to the particular monuments. Some of the informations are presented in an interactive manner such as in the form of video display. All these informations are vital in understanding the monuments and why they are considered as important Islamic landmarks.

The 22 replicas of monuments:-

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Agadez Grand Mosque, Niger
(Scale 1:6)

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The Aleppo Citadel, Syria
(Scale 1:22)

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Mausoleum of Abu Nasr Parsa, Balkh, Afghanistan
(Scale 1:4.5)

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Al-Hambra Citadel, Granada, Spain
(Scale 1:8)

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Masjidil Haram, Mecca, Saudi Arabia
(Scale 1:8.5)

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Badshahi Mosque, Pakistan
(Scale 1:8)

 

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Kalyan Minaret, Bukhara, Uzbekistan
(Scale 1:4)
 

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The Dome of The Rock (Qubbah As-Sakhrah), Palestine
(Scale 1:4)

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Kudus Al-Manar Mosque,Central Java, Indonesia
(Scale 1:3)

 

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Kul Sharif Mosque, Kazan City, Russia
(Scale 1:6)
 

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Mohammad Ali Mosque (Alabaster Mosque), Cairo, Egypt
(Scale 1:8)

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National Mosque, Malaysia
(Scale 1:9)

 

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Pattani Mosque, Thailand
(Scale 1:3)
 

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The Prophet’s Mosque (Al-Nabawi), Medina, Saudi Arabia
(Scale 1:16)

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The Great Mosque of Qairawan, Tunisia
(Scale 1:6)

 
 

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Great Mosque of Samarra, Iraq
(Scale 1:5.7)

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Sheikh Lutfallah Mosque, Iran
(Scale 1:4)

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Suleyman Mosque, Turkey
(Scale 1:11)

 

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Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque, Brunei
(Scale 1:8.5)

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Taj Mahal,Agra, India
(Scale 1:10)

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Minaret of Xian, China
(Scale 1:1.7)

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Sultan Mosque, Singapore
(Scale 1:7)

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