The mosque is located in the Teluk Lerong Village Samarinda. Built in 2001 and inaugurated in 2008, Islamic Center became one of the religious tourist places most visited in the city. Mosque architecture is inspired by the Hagia Sophia in Turkey, for example, on the size of the patterned dome. The mosque has a 99-meter main tower adapted to the Asmaul Husna, and six towers with shorter size which symbolizes the pillars of faith. In addition, the stairs to the main floor of the mosque amounted to 33 pieces, the same number as rosary beads.
Ie Kong Thien temple
Place of worship as well as Chinese citizens Tri Dharma adherents of traditional beliefs stood first in the city since 1905. The construction took place under the initiation and the protection of the Dutch officer of Chinese descent, Huang Qingquan. Thus, a temple with nine altar of the god and one of the main altar (directed to the sky), it has been aged 110 years, and has gone through six eras: the Dutch colonization, Japanese colonization, independence, Old Orde, New Orde (when the Chinese culture is pressed government) and the Reformation to the present.
Shiratal Mustaqiem Mosque
Shiratal Mustaqiem Mosque is the oldest mosque building in Samarinda. Mosque at Jalan Pangeran Bendahara, Village Mosque, Samarinda Seberang was built in 1881 by Abdurrahman bin Said Assegaf Bendahara Prince at that time came to Samarinda from Pontianak to trade.
Buddhist Center is a place of worship Buddhists and also as a training ground, where the largest presence in Southeast Asia