It has three domes
The bottom layer of the dome is made up of soya sauce glass bottle caps.
The pathways of the mosque was paved in gold in the 1800s
It was where the Sultan and his family lived
Raffles named it after his mistress
The Malay Sultan named it after his wife
It was named after a tree
The village folk voted for the name
To state its connections with the royal family
To brighten up the street and attract customers
It is considered an auspicious colour for Malays
It was the favourite colour of its founder
To commemorate a town in Iraq
To remember the British’s quest when they won the World War 1 against the Turks
Farquhar named it after his wife
It was the name of the first traveller in the area
She is buried in a private room to the side of the main prayer hall at the Hijjah Fatimah mosque
She is buried at the cemetery at Jalan Kubor
She is buried at the Sultan Mosque
She is buried in Malacca, her hometown.
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