Named for Sultan Hussein Shah of johor, the mosque was originally built in 1827 with the aid of a grant from the British East India Company. the result of a treaty between the Sultan and Stamford Raffles. It was replaced a century later by the present structure, designed by Irish architect Denis Santry. Arabesque in style with Moorish overtones, golden domes, balustrades, and arches, as well as a minaret at each corner, Singapore’s largest mosque accommodates 5,000 worshipers in its main hall. Visitors are welcome in the lobby except during Friday prayers.

 

How to go to Sultan Mosque

Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan)

Address: 3 Muscat Street

Phone: +65 6293 4405

Nearest MRT: Bugis

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