Sultan Mosque Singapore

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Sultan Mosque, the star of Kampong Glam
Singapore’s national mosque, the Sultan Mosque, is set at the end of Bussorah Mall in Kampong Glam and angled towards Mecca. It’s topped with a pair of massive golden domes and twin 8-story minarets that can be seen from all over the low-rise neighborhood. Inside the prayer hall can accommodate 5,000 worshippers. Denis Santry from Swan & MacLaren (a firm responsible for designing many of Singapore’s well known Colonial-era landmarks) designed it in 1932 in the hybrid Indo-Saracenic architectural style popular in British India at the time. Have a look around the mosque and the pedestrian-only Bussorah Mall, a short charming street lined by palm trees and colourful shophouses, sporting souvenir shops, cafes and hostels.
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