Back Again at Kampong Glam

The majestic Sultan Mosque greets you at Kampong Glam.

photo by bookjunkie

Beautiful architecture of the mosque gates.

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Latticed window.

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A humble street vendor.

photo by bookjunkie

Noticed a new Gelato shop today. In the backdrop, the flat Gateway building.

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Noticed there is now a 2 Zam Zam that sells a healthier version of murtabak with olive oil.

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There’s also the original Zam Zam.

photo by bookjunkie

Here are my previous Kampong Glam posts:

Fika – Swedish Halal Restaurant

Thinking about Arab Street

Blogging about Singapore’s Malay & Arab Quarter

Exploring Bussorah Street

Exploring Kandahar Street

The Muscat Street Project

Malay Heritage Centre

Kampong Glam

Beautiful Turkish Lamps & Hookahs at Sufis Corner

Kampong Glam Architecture

Tourists Adore Our Arab Street District

I Finally Made it to Haji Lane

Sultan Mosque

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3 Responses to Back Again at Kampong Glam

  1. whatsaysyou says:

    Brilliant pictures of Kampong Glam. I heard that there is a Malay museum. Is it true?

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