Iconic Golden Dome of Sultan mosque Singapore

Why You Need To Visit

  • Striking Architecture Abounds

    The mosque's distinctive golden domes are adorned with glass bottle ends at the base of the structure, which were collected and donated by the lower-income as their contributions to the mosque’s construction. Winner of the prestigious Architectural Award in 2016, the mosque's golden dome is so iconic, towering over nearby shophouses. 

  • A Glimpse into the Muslim Faith

    Built in 1824 by Sultan Hussein Shah, the first Sultan of Singapore, the mosque is a vibrant symbol of the Muslim faith, and a focal point of Singapore's Malay community. 

  • A Place to Expand One's Horizons

    The mosque welcomes visitors to explore the compound on a guided tour or a free walk.