A Muslim pilgrimage of this magnitude is something that does not happen very often. The offerings are huge and the numbers of pilgrims who make it happen is even more so. And with the recent move by Malaysian authorities to limit the number of pilgrims, the number has been restricted for the time being. Though there will be no restrictions on the volume of offerings by Muslims, travelers can expect some restrictions when they head to Pakej Umrah.
One of the major places that you will be required to go to on your journey to the northern part of Malaysia is the town of Kota Kinabalu. It is where you will be required to make your journey to. You will also be required to visit the two famous sites that will be on your itinerary. One of them is the mosque and the other is the Tanah Lot Tea House. Both of these places are considered holy spots by the Muslims and have been incorporated into their religious practices.
Another point that has attracted the attention of the Malaysians is the Loh Liang Seminary. Though it is located in Jambi, a district of Kuala Lumpur, but it is no less sacred to the Malaysians. This place is actually the place where Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (the founder of Islam) received his first revelations from God.
If you are planning to visit the Puasa Mosque, it is advisable that you do not try to go inside it, as you may not be able to enter through it. They only allow pilgrims to enter through this place when they have visited the nearby Loh Liang Seminary. After entering through the mosque, you will be expected to have been escorted by the minarets and the actual Prophet of Islam.
During your journey, it is advisable that you book the hotel accommodations well in advance as hotel rooms will be extremely full during this period. Otherwise, you will find that there is some inconvenience in being able to visit the sites at the best of times.
There are some new opportunities in town that have made their appearance recently. One of them is the Samsung Digital Zone, which is a place where you can experience the best of living in a modern way through computer technology.
As the next step, the plan is to have a closer look at the night market (festival or market) in the town of Bekal, which is situated about ten kilometers away from the capital. This is the place where Muslims will be able to see the religious rituals performed in the mosque of Kuala Lumpur.
The last thing that you should know about Pakej Umrah Malaysia is that it also includes visiting the Tanah Lot Tea House, which is located about five kilometers away from the Puasa Mosque. This is the main Muslim destination that you will visit and it has been a part of Muslim pilgrimages since the 19th century. You can experience this beautiful tea house as one of the highlights of your journey.