Built with funds from the East India Company by the Sultan who ceded Singapore to the British, the Masjid Sultan has been an important site for Singapore's Muslim population for nearly 200 years. The original mosque was rebuilt in 1928 with an impressive gold dome; the base of the dome is made of glass bottles. The gardens around the mosque are of equal beauty.
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Recommend a Singapore red card checkpoint - Sultan Mosque, located in the Kampong Glam area of Singapore, is a well-known mosque in Singapore. It can accommodate up to 5,000 worshippers at the same time. It was just the time of worship when I went, and I didnt visit.
If you need to visit, men's tops must have sleeves and long pants. Women's tops must have collars, sleeves and wrists, pants and ankles. The chapel is a place for believers to pray, and non-believers do not enter, so as not to interfere with the believers in prayer.
The arched door at the entrance to the church is unique in design and has become a tourist attraction. Many tourists have chosen this location to punch in. When taking pictures, pay attention to safety and there will be vehicles passing by.
Transportation: Take the subway to Bugis in Bugis and walk for 10 minutes.
Located on Muscat Street and North Bridge Road in Kampong Glam, Singapore, Sultan Mosque is one of the most important mosques in Singapore.
By the beginning of the 20th century, Singapore had become an Islamic business, cultural and artistic center. Due to the rapid development of the Islamic community, the Sultan Mosque has quickly become too small. In 1924, the mosque was founded 100 years ago and approved a plan to build a new mosque. Completed in 1928. The old mosque is also in a state of disrepair. The
Sultan Mosque has remained largely unchanged since its inception and was only repaired in the 1960s. On March 14, 1975, it was listed as a national monument in Singapore.
Opening Hours: Monday-Thursday, Saturday-Sunday 10
The Sultan Mosque is the main prayer hall of Singapore's largest and most spectacular religious building, accommodating up to 5,000 worshippers at the same time. The mosque has two large golden domes. In addition, there are four symmetrical minarets, as well as many kiosks and small towers. Don't forget to take a closer look at the dome base, which is surrounded by a circle of glass bottles by believers, which radiates a dazzling light and adds more sacred atmosphere to it.
When I looked at the Sultan Mosque in Singapore, I was instantly attracted by this dome and the magnificent mosque, as if I had a feeling of being in the Arab world.
Close to the Sultan Mosque, it is convinced by the magical exoticism and religious beliefs. It is said that the golden "onion top" is made of pure gold.
No matter which angle you look at, it is so gorgeous, like a palace.
It is a pity that we arrived at 4 pm when we arrived, so we were unable to visit.
Everyone also plans to see the interior of the Sultan Mosque, remember that the daily opening hours are: