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Best of Singapore City Tour
"The first visit takes you to Singapore's most famous tourist icon the Merlion. The mythical creature with the head of a lion (a commemoration to Singapore's original name Singapura which means Lion City) and body of a fish (paying homage to the small fishing village that Singapore used to be) is Singapore’s national icon. The Merlion spouts water into the Singapore River throughout the day and night. It is believed that this symbolizes a constant flow of good fortune (as represented by water in Chinese superstition) for Singapore. People also you will also get to see most of Singapore’s key infrastructure from the sweeping view of the Marina Bay city skyline from the Merlion Park. Keep your eyes peeled for the Merlion cub too.The founder of modern Singapore who contribu erected to honor him. It is a replica of the original black statue by British sculptor-poet Thomas Woolner that commemorates Raffles' works in setting up the British colony. The statue of Raffles depicts him with arms folded
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Best of Singapore City Tour
"The first visit takes you to Singapore's most famous tourist icon the Merlion. The mythical creature with the head of a lion (a commemoration to Singapore's original name Singapura which means Lion City) and body of a fish (paying homage to the small fishing village that Singapore used to be) is Singapore’s national icon. The Merlion spouts water into the Singapore River throughout the day and night. It is believed that this symbolizes a constant flow of good fortune (as represented by water in Chinese superstition) for Singapore. People also you will also get to see most of Singapore’s key infrastructure from the sweeping view of the Marina Bay city skyline from the Merlion Park. Keep your eyes peeled for the Merlion cub too.The founder of modern Singapore who contribu erected to honor him. It is a replica of the original black statue by British sculptor-poet Thomas Woolner that commemorates Raffles' works in setting up the British colony. The statue of Raffles depicts him with arms folded
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Small-group Singapore Highlights Bike Tour
"This Singapore bike tour shows you the best of the city’s sights all aboard two wheels! Zip through the city via the biggest cultural enclave where new and old converge. Experience the oldest residential zone where British-era buildings still stand. Ride along the beautiful and historical Singapore River and learn how it was the heart of the city’s commercial development. We’ve crammed it all into this epic ride!  Along the way we’ll take a break to stretch our legs and you’ll have the option of sipping some local coffee or cooling off with a glass of refreshing calamansi juice (a local treat similar to lemonade). We’ll also refuel with a delectable local snack such as kaya toast (bread or crackers topped with a mix of coconut milk
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Sultan Mosque Tips (13)

Sultan Mosque - Masjid Sultan

The Sultan Mosque or in Malay is call Masjid Sultan. The mosque was first built in 1820 but it was demolished. Century later it was rebuilt and completed in 1932 and it was named for Sultan Hussein...
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fachd
Jan 15, 2013

Sultan Mosque

This Mosque was named after the Sultan of Singapore and was built in 1928. With, glass bottles as the pedestal for the walls and the massive gold dome visible from far away, this mosque stands out...
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Jmill42
Apr 04, 2011

SULTAN MOSQUE

This lovely looking Mosque was built between 1924 - 1928 and is the largest in Singapore.Of interest here, is the gold-coloured dome that sits on a ringed structure made up entirely of glass...
balhannah
Dec 08, 2009

SULTAN MOSQUE

THE SULTAN MOSQUE IS A COOL LOOKING BUILDING THAT SEEMS TO HAVE BEEN IN AT SOME HOLLYWOOD PRODUCTION!!! : )built in 1928. The mosque was designed by Denis Santry..........it has a massive golden...
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Onedragon
Jul 27, 2009

Sultan Mosque

A landmark of the Arab district, this is one of the most elaborate and distinct of Singapore's Mosques. This is a functioning Mosque and proper respect must be paid for a visit inside ( no shorts,...
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Jim_Eliason
Jan 11, 2009

Splendid Sultan Mosque

The golden dome of this mosque is glimpsed frommany angles in the surrounding area, but is seen best from Bussorah Street.On Fridays, and at prayer times, the area is busy but much quieter than the...
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SPW
Jun 25, 2006

Sultan Mosque @ Arab Street

Dont miss visiting the Sultan Mosque when you are touring Arab Street.This beautiful architecture was built in 1928, which allows the Muslim community to worhship here especially on Friday noon.Some...
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imstress
May 17, 2005

Sultan Mosque

Named after the first Sultan of Singapore, the imposing structure that is the Sultan Mosque was built with a SGD3,000 grant from the East India Company. This is the largest mosque in Singapore and the...
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Ines28
Jan 15, 2005

Sultan Mosque

This is an important part of Singapore`s cultural landscape. Singapore`s Islamic population comes from a wide area - this is reflected in the street names around the mosque - Muscat, Kandahar...
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Hewer
Nov 04, 2004

Prayer Hall at Sultan Mosque

The carpet was given by a Saudi Prince. The hall is off limit to non-Muslim but can still be seen from the surrounding halls. YOu have to remove your shoes at the entrance and the place is opened to...
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ChuckG
Sep 22, 2004

Sultan Mosque

Located in the Arab district the Sultan Mosque is an imposing yet ornate building. Walk around with the visitor's robes and see for yourself.
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deeper_blue
Jun 16, 2012

Sultan Mosque

We were there in Ramadan, on Friday, around 1-2 pm, that means we saw a lot of nice Malay people coming out of the mosque, yeah, it was a great beginning insight to the city
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interrailerz
Jun 16, 2005
 
 
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Things to Do Near Sultan Mosque

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Cathedral of the Good Shepherd

Unlike that in KL. finding a Catholic church in SG is easy. Surprisingly, this oldest church in the city we found at Queen St. didn't look like a church at first glance. This Singapore's first...
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Bugis Street

Try to allot some time for shopping alone. Head to Bugis Street for a good bargain of souvenir items, or to the Lucky Plaza along Orchard Road (lots of Filipinos there too). For second-hand...
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Istana Kampong Glam - Malay Heritage Centre

Istana Kampong Glam was formerly a palace to Singapore's Sultans and now is the Malay Heritage Centre. A nice old building, it is set amongst some very nice gardens. The Malay Heritage Museum has...
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Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple

We were walking Waterloo street, when we come across a busy area of lots of people visiting this Temple, and plenty of flower sellers and Garland makers. A recognised Historic Site...."Guan Yin Tong...
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Sri Krishnan Temple

On Waterloo street in between Middle Rd and Rocher Rd is a small pedestrian area. There are street vendors and shops which seem to have a little more flavor and culture than some of the other areas...
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The Long Bar

Being in Singapore, one just has to try a Singapore Sling.The Long Bar in Raffles Hotel is where you go. It is mandatory to drop your peanut shells onto the floor, and I am intrigued by this...
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