Here's the sketch today drawn at Boon Tat Street.
That on the right is the Nagore Durgha shrine. It was built by Muslims of southern India in 1828-1930.
The street on the left is Amoy Street, and on the other side it's Telok Ayer Street. When the shrine was first built, Telok Ayer Street was actually a beach! That was such a long time ago. The area has since been reclaimed with land and is now populated with shops and high-rise offices.
This is the original sketch that I think I drew in 45 minutes before I had to rush to work. I planned to show the tower in the foreground which is now cropped off. Turns out this composition is better than what I had planned because the shrine now fills more of the space. I added the graphite wash in the office.