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Tonson Mosque
Tonson Mosque is estimated to have been constructed before the reign of King Song Tham (1610-1628) of the Ayutthaya period. It is considered the oldest Islamic mosque in Bangkok. It was renovated in 1954 in an attempt to restore the architectural style of the old mosque. Tonson Mosque not only functions as a religious ground, but it also features ancient remains and relics that are worth seeing. At the outside of the building lies a graveyard of the chiefs of the Muslims in Thailand. The first name of the mosque was Kudai Yai, an abbreviation of Kudi Bangkok Yai. Inside the mosque is the beautiful pulpit, called Mimbun, which has large pictures of Arabic calligraphy, a picture of the Kaaba and the plan of the mosque in Mecca, all using forms found in the period of King Taksin the Great.
Opening Hours : Daily from 09.00 16.00 hrs.
Admission Fee :-
For more information, call : 0 2466 5326
How to Get There : Get off the SkyTrain at Saphan Taksin Station (S6) and take Exit No.2, then board the Chao Phraya Express Boat from Sathorn Pier to Tien Pier and board across river ferry to Wat Arun and walk to Arun Amarin Road. After that turn lefthand side to Anuthin Sawat Bridge. The mosque is located under the bridge.