Are you visit Bugis Street Singapore? Don't foret to visit the most magnificent building around here, it's Sultan Mosque. This Mosque is located in Kampong Glam 3 Muscat Street, Singapore. Very close from Bugis street, you can walk about 5 - 10 minutes.
Sultan Mosque is an Islamic place of worship originally constructed in 1824 by Sultan Hussian Shah (the first ever Sultan of Singapore). The impressive complex boasts a series of giant golden domes topping off the main preyer hall and the outside is adroned in vibrant pastel shades of orange, cream and green, helping it shine even brighter in that strong Singaporean sun.
Sultan Mosque has big main prayer hall where can hold up to 5000 worshippers, while the mosque's dome base can also be accessed, formed out of hundreds of glass bottles that were donated by devotess as part of the building's reconstruction.
This Mosque is the first and the oldest mosque in Singapore. This mosque is very easy to find, just look out for the crowds or its iconic glowing dome and it will be easy to find. So, when you visit Bugis Street, this mosque is highly recommended to visit. Just a short walk to Kampong Glam, you'll find this fantastic mosque. You can just quick photo stop in between your shopping of cafe hopping ;)
Video by Hari Kishan Ramesh Kumar
No entrance fee to visit this mosque. This mosque is open daily from 9 am to 1 pm and from 2 pm to 4 pm. Don't forget to wear polite dress and put off your slippers before entering for keep this place clean. Don't forget to bring camera.