Masjid Sultan kept showing up in blogs and guidebooks for Singapore, so Afroz and I decided to check it out. It was also time for the afternoon prayer while we were there, so it was convenient to stop and pray there as well. The mosque was built in 1928 and is one of Singapore's most important and well-known mosques. The mosque is very prominent from the outside, with its large dome and tall minarets. The interior is filled with golden floral motifs and Quranic verses. We were able to take a few photos while we were there:
My brother knows of the best food joints in Singapore and he was never wrong when it came to recommendations for delicious food. While we were at Marina Bay, we decided to have some satay. I can't remember the name of the exact stall we got this food from, but I can tell you it was really tasty. The satay was very flavorful and left us really satisfied, so be sure to try some while you're in Singapore!
The view from Marina Bay is also awesome. I highly recommend checking it out at night after you're full from the satay :)
Boat tours are usually considered to be very touristy and not as eventful as some other attractions when traveling. But sometimes, they're pretty relaxing if the weather is perfect and there aren't many people on your boat. Thankfully, that's what happened when we went on a boat tour in Singapore. My brother, sister-in-law, and nephew joined us on the tour as we took in Singapore at a glance.
Check out our photos from our time around the marina: