Sultan's Gate
Sultan's Gate
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AFAK25
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia3,658 contributions
Jan 2023 • Solo
Sultan Gate is a street just outside of Sultan Mosque.

I guess there must be some kind of significance of this street as it lies between Istana Kampung Glam and the mosque. Perhaps it lies along the route where the Sultan would traverse on his way to the mosque and back.

One could take a couple of pictures here aside from the iconic Sultan Mosque and Istana Kampung Glam and then explore the rest of the area.
Written 25 January 2023
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KGB777
Singapore, Singapore41,727 contributions
Jul 2017 • Solo
The main attractions in the Kampong Glam district are not to be seen along Sultan Gate, which is just a pretty ordinary street leading from Beach Road up to the Malay Heritage Centre. There's very little of interest along the street itself. The Malay Heritage Centre is worth a visit and the nearby mosque is also quite interesting, as is the area around Arab St. But Sultan Gate is nothing special at all.
Written 9 July 2017
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David B
Rayong, Thailand9,813 contributions
Sep 2016 • Friends
Sultan's Gate is a road leading to the Istana Kampong Glam, which was the site of the palace and homes of the Sultans (Malaya royalty) who ruled over Singapore.

Sultan HusseinMua'zzan Shah ibni Mahmum Sha Alam, who was appointed by Sir Stanford Raffles when Singapore was ceded to the British in 1819, built his palace here, and soon after built the impressive Sultan Mosque.

Sultan's Gate also leads to numerous other historic sites involving the Singaporean Malay and Islamic community, including Arab Street and Haji Lane, which was and still is the starting point for Muslims starting the Haj.

The Sultan's Palace is now the Malay Heritage Centre (see my separate review).
Written 14 September 2016
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