Address: Balang Street, Hebalin, Chengbing District, Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous Region, China
Opening Hours: All day
Lhasa Small Mosque
First constructed in 1863 by Muslim businessmen from Kashmir and Nepal, the Lhasa Small Mosque was actually built for foreign Muslims to do prayer.
Located 200 meters southeast of Barkhor Street, Lhasa Small Mosqueonly has a small area of 130 square meters, but it is with unique design. It possesses a distinctive design with Tibetan architectural style.
There are several main buildings in the mosque. As the most important building in the mosque, the prayer hall is located in the west and opposite to the east. It is recorded that a branch of Hui Primary School was set up in the mosque in 1952. As one of most important mosques in Lhasa, the Lhasa Small Mosque will give you an unforgettable experience.