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Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan)
Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan)

Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan)

Free admission
Open daily 9:30am-12pm & 2pm-4pm
3 Muscat St, Singapore, 198833

The Basics

Visit Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan) as part of a Singapore sightseeing tour, which come in a variety of forms. Get an intimate glimpse into the Kampong Glam district—also home to Arab Street and the Malay Heritage Center—on a walking tour or combine a peek inside the mosque with Muslim-Malay delicacies on a food focused tour. Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan) offers guided tours of the mosque interior in English, Malay, Chinese, and Japanese; check the website for details of tour timings.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan) is a must-visit for Muslim travelers and those interested in religious architecture.
  • As the mosque is a functioning place of worship, visitors must wear modest clothing that covers the head, shoulders, and knees.
  • The mosque is accessible to travelers in both wheelchairs and with strollers.
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How to Get There

The mosque is located at 3 Muscat Street, in the heart of Kampong Glam. The closest metro station is Bugis, on the blue Downtown line, which is a 6-minute walk from Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan). You can also disembark at Nicoll Highway MRT station, a 10-minute walk from the mosque.

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When to Get There

The mosque is open daily from 9am-1pm and 2pm-4pm. The best time to visit the mosque is over Muslim holidays such as Ramadan, during which Sultan Mosque serves as centerpiece for the celebrations.

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Wildcard

Highlights of Kampong Glam In addition to Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan), Kampong Glam, Singapore’s Arabic district, hosts a wealth of wonders. Most notable are Arab Street, which is packed full of fabric shops and restaurants that specialize in curry, and Muscat Street, lined with Middle Eastern-style restaurants with tiled seating areas and menus brimming with falafel. In nearby Bugis, trendy Haji Lane is renowned for its street art and cool cafes.

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