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Things to Know

  • Spiritual

  • 20 - 30 Minutes

  • Restroom

  • Sitting area

  • Baby friendly

  • Disability Friendly

  • Parking

  • Accepts donations

  • Drinking Water

  • First aid kit

  • Help desk

  • Prayer room

  • Snacks counter

  • Security guard

  • Footwear Counter


  • free entry

  • Adult

  • Children

  • Foreigner

  • Mobile Camera

  • Still Camera

  • Video Camera


Masjid Sultan is located at Muscat Street and North Bridge Road within the Kampong Glam district of Rochor Planning Area in Singapore. The mosque is considered one of the most important mosques in Singapore. The prayer hall and domes highlight the mosque's star features. sultan Mosque is the real centre of the Muslim community. The mosque that stands today is the second Sultan Mosque to be built on this site. The first was built in 1826, partially funded by the East India Company as part of their agreement to leave Kampong Glam to Sultan Hussein and his family in return for sovereign rights to Singapore. The present mosque was built in 1928 and was funded by donations from the Muslim community. The Saracenic flavour of the onion domes, topped with crescent moons and stars, is complemented by Mogul cupolas. Funny thing, though The mosque was designed by an Irish guy named Denis Santry, who was working for the architectural firm Swan and McLaren.

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Weather forecast in Masjid Sultan Mosque


shower rain

  • Sunrise

  • Sunset

  • Minimum temperature
    25.56° C

  • Maximum temperature
    28° C

  • Humidity
    88 %

  • Pressure
    1014 hPa

  • Windspeed
    3.6 m/s² Gentle Breeze

  • Wind Direction
    10 N North

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