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I found myself looking forward to the call to prayer while spending a few days in this island.Its amazing how the local Muslim population can reconcile everyday life surrounded by many young tourists in a party mode and still keep the faith intact in its...More
The mosque has taken some damage from the earthquake back in August, but is up and running while they are rebuilding it. Women are allowed for prayers, though I think my wife was lucky to be allowed for jumaa prayer in a seperate area. Afterwards...More
Amplification and call to prayer are two elements that maybe shouldn't be combined! The minaret at Masjid dominates the skyline at Gili T and its height, combined with the amplifiers, makes this a loud presence from sunrise to sunset in most corners of the island....More
I think people should be more respectful about culture. Travel is about learning, being exposed to different cultures and not just getting drunk on the beach walking around half naked. This is a beautiful mosque, well kept and clean. The call to prayer is lovely....More
I love the Call to Prayer and it doesnt matter what time but on this trip the Mosque was working overtime with Ramadan.Not keeping to their normal hours and going all night but not the beautiful music that we are used to.Our hotel is quite...More
When I think of Gili T there are some sounds that immediately come to mind; the bells on the ponies as they go around the streets, the sound of the horns the pony cart drivers blast and the sound of the waves as they arrive...More
We didn’t go into the temple but were able to hear them singing at prayer time. I was not bothered in the least by their practice. We think that’s what travel is about different race, color and religion. We want to see how other cultures...More
Being part of the island of a 1000 mosque, this has a unique architecture. The only thing that I found weird is that there is a canon at the entrance perhaps from WWII.
If you get the chance to visit i do it, as long...More
Surprise to know a big mosque in Gili Trawangan which save hubby and son' mandatory Friday prayer and also save mine as well. The ablution area clean and dry. In left side of front yard some development is on progress.
Located in the central of...More