National key culture relics, it is located in the middle section of Tumen Street, Licheng District, covering an area of 2500 m2.
Qingjing Mosque faces the street in the South, with a pointed dome roof. The dome has three layers: inside, middle and outside. On the external wall, there is a statue on the top, which is carved with “Alcoran” in Arabic. The back wall of the mosque is carved with ancient Arabic script, recording the time of construction and repair and the builders. In the mosque, there is a stone carving of the emperor’s instruction about the protection of the Islamic mosque in Yongle Year 5 of Ming Dynasty (1407). On top of the mosque gate, there is a platform named “platform looking at the moon” which is built with bricks in the shape of dual-square.
Walk from the Oversea Chinese Building at downtown for several minutes and you can see the mosque.
Take No.3, No.4, No.5, No.6, No.7, No.8, No.9, No. 16, No.18, No.19 or No.26.