Given the rapidly developing COVID-19 situation globally and in the region, as well as a heightened risk of community transmission, all mosques in Singapore have been closed until further notice and Friday prayers have been suspended
It was designed by Denis Santry, an Irish architect. Its construction was completed in 1928 and was built using materials donated by Muslims from different walks of life.
Sultan Mosque Dress Code, Hours & Prayer Times, Singapore
The Sultan Mosque has massive prayer hall that can accommodate up to 5000 Muslim faithful. Absolutions for men and women are located outside the mosque. Every year, the mosque receives thousands of visits drawn from all parts of the world.
The best time to visit the mosque is between September and November when Muslims are celebrating the month of Ramadan and Hari Raya Haji. During these festivals, there are a lot of people and delicacies served near the mosque. However, if you visit the Sultan Mosque any other time, you will be able to get some delicious food to Zam Zam restaurant which is adjacent to the mosque.
Non-Muslims are permitted to enter the mosque but they have to wear a blue robe provided at the entrance. You can also take photos within the mosque so long as you do it quietly. Visitors are only allowed to enter via the Main Entrance only (facing The Bussorah Mall) and must also remove footwear. Please be respectful and maintain silence whilst inside the mosque. Photo taking is permitted.