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Kampung Glam or the Arab quarter is a charming little collection of small shops, rug merchants, cheap hostels tea houses and bars (though a few are requesting others to respect their tradition and not serve alcohol) in Singapore, near the … Continue reading
Masjid Sultan ( مسجد سلطان ; Bahasa Malay for Sultan Mosque) is located at the corner of North Bridge Road and Muscat Street within the Kampong Glam district of Singapore. The mosque is considered one of the most important mosques in Singapore.
Masjid Agung Pondok Raya has a blue triangle shaped roof that sets it apart from other Indonesian Mosques, however, it does not appear to be particularly large, beautiful or special from the outside. I visited this mosque one day during … Continue reading
photo from National Geographic Istiqlal Mosque or Istiqlal Masjid is a grand building designed to house about 70,000 worshippers, though some, including the official Indonesia’s tourism board says that is it up to 100,000 people. Reportedly the largest mosque … Continue reading