On the island country of Singapore, there is a station of Arab culture situated on what is alluded to as Arab Street. Bedouin Street is a zone, that is home to numerous shops and bistros, alongside the most established mosque in Singapore. Customers can discover crafted works, for example, oriental rugs, rattan items, differed materials, and fragrances. The Sultan Mosque, worked in 1928, is accessible for visits at specific occasions. Initially a regal habitation worked in 1820, the Kampong Glam Palace is currently a Malay Heritage Museum, which shows Malay history and culture.
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