The golden dome of the Masjid Sultan mosque

Changing your modern focal point from the sky-high rising buildings to spiritual sanctuaries is often just a short walk away.
Singapore’s Kampong Glam district is home to one of these city state’s religious sanctums, the Masjid Sultan.
Etched in the country’s list of national monument, the mosque has been both a meeting point and religious centre for the Muslim community since opening its doors in 1975.

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