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It has an area of Located on the banks of the Siak River, which drains into the Strait of Malacca, Pekanbaru has direct access to the busy strait and was long known as a trading port. Pekanbaru was originally built as a market by Minangkabau merchants during the 18th century. Its name is derived from the Malay words for 'new market' 'pekan' is market and 'baru' is new. Restaurants in Pekanbaru. Visiting Grand Mosque of in the capital of Riau province reinforce the impression that the State of Malay is very nuance his Islam.
Mosque which has been established since the early 60's shows the history of the greatness and splendor of Islam in the Malay land.
Very spacious grounds of the mosque can be used a wide variety of social activities, especially the weekend will be a lot of children, teenagers, parents and even families come for recreation and exercise. While I moved out of Indonesia six years ago, this library was a new fledgling and now I return back after six years to find this place has turned into an education hub! Plenty of books, students buzzing around and as usual girls out-numbering boys in utilizing the faculties and most boys simply are escorts for girls!
An eatery ground floor. English books are in an entirely separate section mostly in the upper floor. A very nice place for reference material in a good environment Ok it's a mall that caters for girls but at least there are shops a chap might want to actually go in to buy something. Traffic is never good but you can usually get in out and park without crying in despair. See SKA for alternatives.
Biggest plus is the cinema, great modern facility at a bargain price. Suggest spending the day there while the girls shop or head across the street for a cracking Martini in the Novotel bar. The Great Mosque An-Nur, Pekanbaru , is the largest mosque in town, in term of both building and yard. Its shape remind us about Taj Mahal so that in addition to the place of praying, the mosque is a photographic destination for tourists, visitors, or regular jama'a.