Sultan Mosque and Surroundings



Background

Sultan Mosque is an important place of worship to the Muslim community in Singapore. Built in 1924 and a venue for major Muslim events, It is the biggest mosque in Singapore.

Address: 3 Muscat Street, a few minutes walk from Bugis MRT Station.

Singapore Sultan Mosque

 

How to Get There

MRT Bugis Station and walk 7 minutes to the Mosque. It is behind Raffles Hospital.

 

Arab Street

- A main street close to the Sultan-Mosque, rows of Arabic style shop houses selling high quality textiles imported from Europe, India and the rest of the world. There are carpet shops and Peranakan Kebaya shops too.

- A great place for high quality textile.

 

Kandahar Street, Bussorah Street and Aliwal Street

- Restored Arab style shop houses selling souvenirs, catered for tourists but you would often see Muslim youths and photographers frequent this area.

- There are restaurants and non-air con eatery stalls. Food is much cheaper at these non air con food stalls.

Singapore Arab Street

 

Turkish and Egyptian restaurants

- In the evening after most of the shops close, patrons of these restaurants will sit outdoor and enjoy Shisha pipes.

- It is popular among the Muslim youth as a form of social gathering. It has attracted many non-Muslim crowd to join the fun too.

Singapore Bugis Arab Street

 

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