Huihuideng Mosque is located in Huihuideng Village, which is the largest and the most famous ethnic Hui village in Weishan County, Yunnan Province. There are 4,616 villagers of 958 families living in the village. All of them are ethnic Hui.
The mosque is comprised of a main hall and several cabins. The main hall was built in the year of 1369 during the Ming Dynasty. It was unfortunately destroyed by fire in Qing Dynasty. But it was a good news that the main hall was rebuilt in1894.
In 1993, the mosque underwent a renovation because the village had to solve the problem of the expanding population of villagers in the village, the mosque underwent a renovation. The old main hall was revised as the dormitory for a primary school nearby. A new main hall that can hold about 4,000 people was built, which has become the largest mosque hall in Yunnan Province. The height of the building is 32.9 meters. The mosque covers an area of 3,574 square meters. Besides the main hall, there is also a library, electronic lecture room, conference room, guest room, and a minaret.