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Sultan Mosque

Closed Now: 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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About
A century later in 1928, Denis Santry, an architect of Swan and McLaren, employed the Islamic-Saracenic style that combines ideas from Indian and Islamic traditions, designing a Mosque that incorporated the use of minarets and balusters.
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3 Muscat Street Masjid Sultan, Singapore 198833, Singapore
Kampong Glam
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+65 6293 4405
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

One of my favourite location to visit. I even have a chance to pray here. Inside view is as amazing as the outside view

Thank wayangp
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Stunning architecture and very interesting. Beautiful mosque. You need to cover yourself or they will give you something and take footwear off. Very welcoming. Beautiful architecture. They also have a small museum or information section giving you facts about Islam. Very interesting and would highly...More

Thank Tasneem A
Reviewed 1 week ago

This arab neighborhood is very nice. The mosque is the center of these streets with a lot of restaurants and shops. Despite there being so many people, the streets are clean. Get to this area when you are in Singapore!

Thank Andreas O
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

On our way to HAJI LANE and passed this beautiful mosque.. very large and an amazing gold dome. Not sure if it’s open to the public , but call to prayer was on so I wouldn’t intrude

Thank karen m
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The mosque was built for Sultan Hussein Shah, the first sultan of Singapore early in the 19th century and completely renovated one century later. It is located in the heart of the Malayan Kampong Glam area. It is the main Islamic center in Singapore and...More

Thank Mohamed S
Reviewed August 20, 2018 via mobile

The masjid design is beautiful. Many restaurant and accessories store around the masjid.the exterior design is a good object for take a photo. Many western wear minimalist shirt around here, i think that is impolite.

Thank FitriP180
Reviewed August 17, 2018 via mobile

This is one of the beautiful mosque in Singapore and beautiful architecture with mordanization within the halls which is very big .

Thank akshaymay2981
Reviewed July 31, 2018 via mobile

The details of what was put in the Mosque was amazing. It looks exactly as how it was in the photos and would have loved if we could actually have a safer place to take photos outside as there were so many cars.

Thank Joram B
Reviewed July 31, 2018 via mobile

The size of the main hall is spacious. Before entering, we need to remove our shoes and for anyone with sleeveless top or shorts, the staffs provide a coat and wrap skirt to cover ourselves to uphold the upmost respect in the mosque.

Thank 508sherrit
Reviewed July 26, 2018

Going to places of worship always give people the feeling of peace and tranquility. Sultan Mosque, built in 1824, is one of the largest mosque in Singapore. To get to this mosque, you have the option of taking a bus or the MRT. I would...More

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Aruna A
June 17, 2018|
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Response from Robert C | Reviewed this property |
I went with my wife and we were both made very welcome. Just wear sensible clothing and of course shoes off at the door. We found it very interesting and we would recommend that you go there. The surrounding area is also... More
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Aruna A
June 17, 2018|
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Response from 929BillB929 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, women are welcomed. Might have to add a provided shawl depending on dress.
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JGan14
October 19, 2017|
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Response from paul g | Reviewed this property |
Hi. No form was needed and no fee was charged when I was there. I just arrived and a very helpful 'worshipper' explained many things and answered questions for me. Language was a slight barrier. Enjoy!
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