Address: No. 18, Zhengyi Road, Kunming, Yunnan Province
Opening Hours: All day
Kunming Nancheng Mosque
As the largest mosque in Kunming, the Nancheng Mosque was first constructed during the Tang Dynasty(618-907), and then renovated and reconstructed for many times during the Qing Dynasty. The mosque’s design reflects architectural style of Chinese temples due to the influence of the Buddhist culture.
With the reconstruction of the mosque in 1996, it has been with an estimated area of 2,557 square meters, holding 200 people at the same time. The highlights of the mosque are the Chaozhen hall, Xuanli Tower and the Muslim building.