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Kuching's latest landmark, the floating mosque on the Sarawak River. The mosque is set to be the city's latest attraction. The mosque can accommodate 1,600 worshippers. ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE / The Star
IT didn’t take long for Kuching’s newest attraction to court controversy.
Sarawak’s first floating mosque at the Kuching Waterfont, once completed this September, will be a unique addition that will further boost tourism in the city centre.