In the view of the street, we soon arrived at the area called Ganbang Gannan. The first thing we saw on the street was the tall Sudanese mosque. The mosque, with an onion-shaped golden dome and a huge prayer hall, is not only a landmark building in Ganbang Gnanan, but also the largest mosque in Singapore. We entered through the back door of the street and crossed the courtyard to the arch in front of the main gate of the mosque. There are not many worshippers in the mosque, but many tourists come to visit, and most of them are tourists in groups. Like most tourists, we just turned around inside the mosque without slippers. Here we focus on the magnificent appearance of the earliest mosque in Singapore. By the way, I also heard many tour guides tell us that the black belt under the golden dome of the mosque represents the donation of soy sauce bottles by local residents to sell money when the mosque was built. This shows that people lived in poverty at that time but their beliefs still existed.
The Sultan Mosque in Ganbang Gnanan is our first stop. After walking down the subway, we had an Indian meal on the street behind the temple. The curry was good. The interior of Sudan Temple is especially brilliant. The believers are admirable for their piety. Men on the second floor are not allowed to go up. The shop in front of the temple reminds us of all kinds of clothes and lamps full of national characteristics. Is that Aladdin's magic lamp?
Go to Ganbang Genan Green Line or Blue Line and get off at Wuji Station! One of the great pleasures of visiting Arabic Street and Hazi Lane in Ganbang Gnam is to stroll through the streets and feel exotic customs! _________ Sudan Mosque is a landmark building in Ganbang gnan. It has an onion-shaped golden dome and a huge prayer hall. It is the largest mosque in Singapore. The nearby Hachahuatima Mosque and Malaba Mosque are also worth visiting.
The Sudanese Muslim Muslim Muslim Church is Singapore's largest and oldest place of prayer. The most distinctive feature of the building is the golden decoration like onions on the roof, which is the feature of the Islamic Church. In the mosque, Muslims can be seen gathering in high lobbies to pray.
The mosque in Sudan is not far from the city centre. It is surrounded by a good environment. There are many commercial streets and restaurants. The mosque is not allowed to enter the hall, but can only turn around in the courtyard. There is a washing place in the hospital. Women are not allowed to wash in the bathroom.
The largest Muslim Church in Singapore is located near the famous Hazi Lane and the Sultan Palace. The subway can sit at the Wuji Station. It is one of the historic sites in Singapore. It attracts many tourists to stop and take pictures. If you want to go inside, you need to wear long pants. Besides, you are not a Muslim. So most tourists just walk around and take pictures. The nearby Hazi Lane is a good place to buy Singaporean hand letters.
Sudan Mosque, a sacred place, has the world's largest Swarovski crystal lamp, and the largest hand-embroidered carpet of the century! In a foreign country, keeping one's own religious beliefs is the conversion of the soul. In such a solemn place, I am not a Muslim and would like to know more about this religion.
Wonderful masjid and very beautiful inside it
Sudan Mosque. In a foreign country, keeping one's own religious beliefs is the conversion of the soul. In such a solemn place, I am not a Muslim and would like to know more about this religion. It has a golden dome and a huge prayer hall. It is the largest mosque in Singapore.