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A century later in 1928, Denis Santry, an architect of Swan and McLaren, employed the Islamic-Saracenic style that combines ideas from Indian and Islamic traditions, designing a Mosque that incorporated the use of minarets and balusters.
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this is a must see and visit site in Singapore.
just be aware of the visiting time (you may visit their website for the complete schedule).
each visitor is advised to wear trousers and proper shirts. for female visitor who doesn't wear those kind of...More
The mosque is not open to visitors all the time so you have to check online about the visiting hours.
There is no entrance fee to the mosque.
If you are not properly covered,the mosque will provide some clothes for you to put on to...More
Very beautiful architecture. Very quiet as it is a place of culture. Everyone needs to remove their shoes to get in. The mosque does not charge a fee to get in. Very well maintained. Really worth the visit when in the area.
Walked all the way towards the mosque from Arab street and it was a very leisure stroll with many middle eastern restaurants located by he side walk.
The mosque with its lightings is beautiful at night. Good to learn some history of Singapore.
The mosque is a bueatiful piece of architecture. This is a place of worship so it is quiet and probably in use when you visit. Everyone needs to take off their shoes. The building is so clean with lots to see. The visit is short....More
The masjid is Grand and well maintained. Knowing the history of it was enriching and seeing how it transformed in construction. You may enjoy the exterior architecture and design as well as the interior.
The praying area is kept isolated to avoid interrupting prayers.
The mosque is really preserving for praying but welcoming tourist.
Small Mosque in Singapore ...
I did not go inside, but always pass by ...
lots of little Malay or India shops around, rugs, spices, perfumes ! Arab street lives up to its name ......More
I went with my wife and we were both made very welcome. Just wear sensible clothing and of course shoes off at the door. We found it very interesting and we would recommend that you go there. The surrounding area is also... More
I went with my wife and we were both made very welcome. Just wear sensible clothing and of course shoes off at the door. We found it very interesting and we would recommend that you go there. The surrounding area is also attractive. Have a great visit
Hi. No form was needed and no fee was charged when I was there. I just arrived and a very helpful 'worshipper' explained many things and answered questions for me. Language was a slight barrier. Enjoy!