The Taipei Grand Mosque is the largest and most famous mosque in Taiwan with a total area of 2,747 square meters. Located in the Daan district of Taipei City, it is Taiwan's most important Islamic structure and was registered as a historic landmark on June 26, 1999 by the Taipei City Government.
The mosque has strong ties to Saudi Arabia which continues to provide financial support to the mosque. Visiting Saudi Imams come to preach at the mosque during Ramadan. In 1971 the mosque was visited by King Faisal.
Taipei Grand Mosque is strategically located at the center of four Taipei Metro stations, which are Daan Park Station, Dongmen Station, Guting Station and Technology Building Station. The mosque is accessible within walking distance from any of this station.