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Cotabato Grand Mosque

Tamontaka Bubong Road, Cotabato City, Maguindanao, Philippines

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About Cotabato Grand Mosque

The Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mosque, also known as the Grand Mosque of Cotabato, is situated in Cotabato City and is the largest mosque in the Philippines. The mosque is located in Barangay Kalanganan II in Cotabato City and was funded by Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei at a reported cost of US$48 million. It is also the second-largest mosque in Southeast Asia after the Istiqlal Mosque of Indonesia.



Attractions near Cotabato Grand Mosque

Tantawan Park9.18km from Cotabato Grand Mosque

Tantawan Park is a historical park in Cotabato City. Located on the corner of Quezon Avenue and Sinsuat Avenue, next to the Central Bank of The Philippines - Cotabato City Branch and Immaculate Conception Cathedral Cotabato, locals use the park for the relaxing massage offered by the therapist while viewing the busy street and the monument of Muhammad Kudarat.

Old Cotabato City Hall9.21km from Cotabato Grand Mosque

A vintage Malay inspired architectural design structure showcasing a blend of ethnic culture.Cotabato City's Old City Hall located along A. Dorotheo Street and aside from being an information center, the iconic Malay-inspired seat of government of Cotabato City in the past decades is now a museum. It houses some of the city's historical artifacts, pioneer families' heirlooms, and other noteworthy pieces of history like photos and books.

Masjid Dimaukom41.16km from Cotabato Grand Mosque

The Masjid Dimaukom or Pink Mosque is a mosque in Datu Saudi Ampatuan, Maguindanao, the Philippines. The mosque's construction was financed by Datu Saudi Ampatuan Mayor, Samsodin Dimaukon. The land where the mosque was built was a property of the mayor's family. The mosque was painted pink to symbolize peace and love and was built by Christian workmen to symbolize unity and inter-faith brotherhood.;

Liguasan Marsh63.84km from Cotabato Grand Mosque

Liguasan Marsh is in south-central Mindanao and is the largest swamp and marsh area on the island. It is a vast complex of river channels, small freshwater lakes and ponds, extensive freshwater marshes, and arable land subject to seasonal flooding in the basin of the Mindanao River. Most of the area is underwater during periods of heavy rainfall, but some 140,000 ha dry out during dry periods and are cultivated.

Tinago Falls106.42km from Cotabato Grand Mosque

Tinago Falls provides a serene getaway deep within the jungles of Mindanao. Tucked within a forest-fringed ravine, this mighty waterfall’s name fittingly means “one that is hidden.” It is about 240 feet high. Its basin features a stunning blue-green pool of water. It is one of the beautiful places to see in this province.

Limunsudan Falls108.63km from Cotabato Grand Mosque

Limunsudan Falls is a two-tiered waterfall that was located in the Iligan city of Lanao del Sur. It was one of the Philippine's highest waterfalls with a height of 80 feet. it is also one of the hikers paradises in the Philippines. The areas surrounding the falls have been occupied by immigrants from Kalamlamahan of Barangay Rogongon of Iligan City since 1995.

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Cotabato City, officially the City of Cotabato is an independent component city in the Philippine autonomous region of Bangsamoro. Cotabato City is home to the largest mosque in the Philippines, the Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Masjid.