Kulim, Malaysia · 3 hotels available
Taman Desa Aman Mosque is a landmark in Kulim Town, which is a sub-district or “mukim” of the district of Kulim, state of Kedah, Malaysia. Built to accommodate the religious needs of the local residents nearby, the mosque is positioned at the deeper part of the neighbourhood. Despite that, it is not far from the main road, in fact, it is located just beside the inner road used by the residents to get to the main road. Therefore, it is easily accessible upon entering Taman Desa Aman, especially with its distinctive feature in comparison to the houses around. The mosque is commonly used by the residents of Muslim faith for various religious activities focusing on the community such as sermons, the mass obligatory of five-time prayers, Quran and hadith studies and many more.
There are flights to Penang Island International Airport from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) which are provided by both Malaysia Airlines and Air Asia. Upon touchdown, from the airport, guests can go to the landmark using bus or taxi.
People driving from Kuala Lumpur may drive via North-South Highway/E1 for immediate access to Taman Desa Aman Mosque. The journey could take up to three hours and forty minutes depending on the current traffic situation.
The nearest express bus terminal is the Kulim Bus Terminal which is located at Jalan Belibis. Take the trip directly to Kulim from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) terminal using express bus services such as Kejora Express, Mayang Sari and Transnasional Express. From here, hop on a local route bus, taxi or ride-sharing services to go to the landmark.
Mengkuang Dam is a man-made dam located in Bukit Mertajam, Penang which is less than 25 kilometres from the landmark. It was officially opened by Dr Tun Awang bin Hassan, the governor back in 1985. Being the only dam situated in the Penang mainland area of Seberang Perai and the state’s second dam after Ayer Itam dam, it has a water catchment area of 3.9 square kilometres and a gross storage capacity of 23.6 billion litres. This makes it the largest dam in Penang with a capacity that is almost 10 times larger than that of Air Itam Dam. In addition of being a water catchment area, it is also popular for recreational purposes, with some of the major events occurring here such as the infamous Penang Dragon Boat Festival which would be held here annually. In this particular event, traditionally built boats with unique dragon motives are brought to race here with helmsmen beating drums following their race till the end of the line.
Located at 6, Jalan MBI Desaku 1/1, Taman MBI Desaku, Padang Serai, this homestay is neatly decorated and arranged to give the best-staying experience suited for families and groups of friends. Facilities include desk, hairdryer, in-room safe, kitchenette, microwave, refrigerator, shower and television. There is a coffee shop nearby and a spot for barbecue.
Fuller Hotel Kulim is a comfortable two-star hotel located at 50, Kota Kenari, Bandar Kulim which is about thirty minutes away from the landmark. Facilities and services include desk, cable television, hairdryer, shower, safety deposit box, laundry, grocery shops, luggage storage and photocopier.
Being one of the more established accommodation providers around the area, the Kulim Golf & Country Resort strives to give the best-staying experience for travellers arriving in town. It is located seventeen kilometres away from the town, with in-room facilities including a desk, refrigerator, shower, bathtub, microwave, kitchenette and cable television as well as meeting facilities, sauna and fitness centres.