The massive golden dome and minarets present a great photographic opportunity at the Sultan Mosque. The focal point of Muslims in Singapore, the Sultan Mosque was built in 1928 and reveals an interesting mix of Middle Eastern and Moorish influences.
This is the oldest mosque in Singapore and it is located next to Arab street. On any other days you will be able to see tourist flocking in and out of this historic site.
One of the oldest mosque in Singapore, situated in the heart of Arab st, is the only mosque that open for viewings to the public and tourist.
So peaceful praying in the mosque that you forgotten that its just located beside a main road and its in the middle of the city :)
the Sultan Mosque was built in 1928 and reveals an interesting mix of Middle Eastern and Moorish influences.
Sultan Mosque is the most beautiful landmark around arab street... Very photogenic landmark!
by: John Gibb
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