As early as 1826, Jamae Mosque has already existed, a testimony to the large number of Tamil Muslims in Chinatown.
218, South Bridge Road, Singapore 058767
Masjid sultan was built in 1824 by Sultan Hussain Shah of Johore with funds solicited from the East India Company as promised by Sir Stamford Raffles. The mosque was ready two years later and named as Mesjid Sultan.
3 Muscat Street, Singapore 198833
The Abdul Gaffoor Mosque (Malay: Masjid Abdul Gaffoor) is a mosque in Little India, Singapore. It is located at Dunlop Street in the Rochor Planning Area. The mosque was constructed in 1907, and major restoration of the building was completed in 2003. The mosque is currently owned by Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS).
41 Dunlop St, Singapore 209369
Masjid Abdul Hamid Kampong Pasiran, or Abdul Hamid Kampong Pasiran Mosque is a mosque in Novena, Singapore. Built in 1932 in an area then known as Kampong Pasiran to replace a surau, it serves the needs of office workers around Newton and Novena. With a capacity of about 500 people, the mosque offers religious studies twice a week.
10 Gentle Rd, Singapore 309194
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Masjid Al-Abrar (Malay for Al-Abrar Mosque; Jawi: مسجد الابرار) is a mosque located along Telok Ayer Street in Chinatown within the Central Area, Singapore. It is one of the earliest mosques in Singapore. The mosque is also known by two other names – Kuchu Palli and Masjid Chulia.
192 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068635
Masjid Ahmad (Jawi: مسجد احمد; Malay for, Ahmad Mosque is a mosque in Singapore located in the Pasir Panjang area, at the junction of South Buona Vista Road and Lorong Sarhad. Originally a kampung mosque built in 1934 on a piece of land given by a Mr Ahmat Yahya, the mosque has been redeveloped with better facilities. It serves the residents and workers around the area.
2 Lor Sarhad, Singapore 119173
Masjid Al-Abdul Razak (Jawi: مسجد العبدالرازق; Malay for Al-Abdul Razak Mosque) is a mosque in Singapore, located at Jalan Ismail, off Jalan Eunos. The mosque is accessible from Eunos MRT station.
30 Jln Ismail, Singapore 419285
The Al-Amin Mosque (Malay: Masjid Al-Amin) is a mosque in Singapore. Inspired by Sumatran Minangkabau architecture, this mosque with its red-brick exterior walls, stands out from the high-rise housing estate in Telok Blangah, at the junction of Telok Blangah Way and Telok Blangah Rise. Located at the Central District, it was built in 1991 with resources from the Mosque Building Fund. With a capacity of 3000, the mosque offers weekend madrasah and weekday classes to a total of 600 children. Islamic knowledge classes are also held during the evening.
50 Telok Blangah Way, Singapore 098801
Masjid Bencoolen (Jawi: مسجد بنكولن; Also known as Bengkali Mosque) is a mosque in Bencoolen Street, Singapore. Masjid Bencoolen can accommodate 1,100 worshipers. The mosque is co-located and integrated with a 12-storey Somerset Bencoolen serviced apartment tower.
51 Bencoolen St, Singapore 189630
Masjid Darul Ghufran (Jawi: مسجد دار الغفران) is currently the largest mosque in Singapore, located in Tampines and occupying with a floor area of 5,910 sq metres. It is about 300m from Tampines Bus Interchange, and beside Our Tampines Hub.
503 Tampines Ave 5, Singapore 529651
The Darul Makmur Mosque (Malay: Masjid Darul Makmur) is a mosque located at Yishun Avenue 2 in Yishun, Singapore. It was constructed in the early 1980s.
950 Yishun Ave 2, Singapore 769099
Masjid Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim also known as Masjid Diraja Teluk Blangah (Teluk Blangah Royal Mosque), is a historical royal mosque located along 30 Telok Blangah Road in Singapore. Near the mosque is Johor’s Royal Mausoleum and Tanah Kubor Temenggong Johor, a small unkempt cemetery all co-located on site.
30 Telok Blangah Rd, Singapore 098827
The Al-Falah Mosque (Malay: Masjid Al-Falah) is a mosque in Singapore. Located at Bideford Road, a mere two-minute walk from busy Orchard Road, the mosque is unique for it is housed on the first floor of a commercial building. While it has little architecture to speak of, it is an important religious icon in the bustling town area and serves the needs of workers in the nearby offices and departmental stores.
22 Bideford Rd, Singapore 229923
The Al-Firdaus Mosque is a mosque in Choa Chu Kang, Singapore. This old generation mosque located in the West, at Jalan Ibadat, off Old Choa Chu Kang Road, was built in 1962. In 1999, the mosque, which serves the needs of the nearby residents, was rebuilt. Today, it can accommodate up to 200 people.
11 Jalan Ibadat, Singapore 698955
The Haji Yusoff Mosque is a mosque located in Hillside Drive, off Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore. It is a Wakaf type of mosque. This redeveloped mosque is located in the Northeast part of the island was first built in 1896. It underwent redevelopment in 1995 and can now accommodate up to 400 people.
2, Hillside Drive Upper Serangoon Road Singapore 548920
The Hajjah Fatimah Mosque is a mosque located along Beach Road in the Kampong Glam district within the Kallang Planning Area in Singapore. The mosque was designed in a mix of Islamic and European architectural styles, and completed in 1846.
4001 Beach Rd, Singapore 199584
Masjid Hang Jebat is a mosque in Queenstown, Singapore. It is one of the few old-generation kampung mosques left in Singapore. The mosque was iconic for its close proximity to the former KTM railway tracks.
100 Jln Hang Jebat, Singapore 139520
The Al-Huda Mosque is a mosque in Bukit Timah, Singapore, located at Jalan Haji Alias, off Sixth Avenue. In the past, this old-generation mosque served the needs of residents living in the Malay kampung near Sixth Avenue, Bukit Timah.
34 Jln Haji Alias, Singapore 268534
Masjid Al-Iman is a mosque in Bukit Panjang, Singapore. The four level mosque building was opened on 2 May 2003 and officiated by Minister-in-Charge of Muslim Affairs Yaacob Ibrahim on September 2004.
10 Bukit Panjang Ring Rd, Singapore 679943
Al-Islah Mosque is a mosque in Punggol, Singapore. The mosque features a modern Islamic architecture. Masjid Al Islah is located within the densely populated Punggol New Town at 30 Punggol Field, Singapore 828812, at the junction of Punggol Place. The mosque serves the Muslim community in Punggol.
30 Punggol Field, Singapore 828812
The Al-Istighfar Mosque is a mosque in Pasir Ris, Singapore. This three-storey mosque is one of the most recent mosques built under Phase Three of the Mosque Building Fund programme. Completed in June 1999, it is located in the East, along Pasir Ris Drive 3.
2 Pasir Ris Walk, Singapore 518239
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The Al-Istiqamah Mosque is a mosque in Serangoon, Singapore which was completed in 1999. It is the only mosque in Singapore to have land allocated for it before the appointment of its Mosque Building Committee by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore, MUIS.
2 Serangoon North Ave 2, Singapore 555876
Masjid Alkaff Kampung Melayu, is a mosque located on the junction of Kaki Bukit Avenue 1 and Bedok Reservoir Road in Bedok, Singapore. The institution mainly serves worshippers from the Bedok Reservoir area.
200 Bedok Reservoir Rd, Singapore 479221
Masjid Haji Muhammad Salleh & Makam Habib Noh, is a mosque and Muslim mausoleum respectively in Singapore located at top of Mount Palmer. Today the mausoleum and its adjacent mosque are under the purview of Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura. The mosque is not to be confused for another mosque with a similar name along Geylang Road.
37 Palmer Rd, Singapore 079424
The Al-Khair Mosque is a mosque in Choa Chu Kang, Singapore.
1 Teck Whye Cres, Singapore 688847
Masjid Malabar or Malabar Muslim Jama-Ath Mosque, also known as Golden Dome Mosque; is Singapore’s only Malabar Muslim mosque. The mosque is located at the junction of Victoria Street and Jalan Sultan in the Kampong Glam district, in the Rochor Planning Area within the Central Area.
471 Victoria St, Singapore 198370
The Abdul Aleem Siddique Mosque is a mosque in Singapore that was built as a recognition of Moulana Shah Maulana Abdul Aleem Siddiqi’s immortal work of spreading the faith of Islam and the message of peace in Singapore and elsewhere around the world.
90 Lor K Telok Kurau, Singapore 425723
Masjid Taha, or Taha Mosque is a mosque in Geylang, Singapore. It is the only mosque for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in the country. It is located at Onan Road, adjacent to Masjid Khalid, a mainstream mosque.
118 Onan Rd, Singapore 424530
Masjid Al-Mawaddah is a mosque located in Sengkang, at the junction of Sengkang East Road and Compassvale Bow. Opened on 21 May 2009, the mosque’s name, given by the Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura is derived from the Arabic word, مودة which literally means affectionate.
151 Compassvale Bow, Singapore 544997
The Singapore Islamic Hub is a religious campus that houses Masjid Muhajirin, Madrasah Irsyad Zuhri Al-Islamiah and the headquarters of Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (Muis). These institutions combined (mosque, madrasa and majlis) create a cohesive and symbiotic whole, embodies the Islamic principles of Iman, Ilmu and Amal (Faith, Knowledge and Deeds) respectively.
273 Braddell Rd, Singapore 579702
The Al-Muttaqin Mosque is a mosque in Ang Mo Kio, Singapore. It is the fifth mosque completed in the country under the Mosque Building Fund Scheme Phase.
5140 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6, Singapore 569844
The En-Naeem Mosque is a mosque located at the junction of Hougang Avenue 3 and Tampines Road, in Hougang, Singapore. It is built under the Mosque Building Fund by MUIS Mosque Management.
120 Tampines Rd, Singapore 535136
Masjid An-Nahdhah, is a mosque located in Bishan. The mosque was the sixth to be built under Phase III of the Mosque Building Fund program. Opened on January 6, 2006, it can accommodate about 4,000 worshippers.
9A Bishan Street 14, Singapore 579786
Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka is a mosque in Singapore, and is located at Keng Cheow Street in the Singapore River Planning Area, within the Central Area, Singapore’s central business district.
10 Keng Cheow St, Singapore 059607
The Sallim Mattar Mosque is a mosque in Singapore serving the Muslim community in the Macpherson Estate. It organizes madrasahs on Sunday and the Friday Prayer. It is located along Mattar Road opposite Macpherson Primary School. This mosque was originally built in 1960 by Shaikh Sallim Mattar, a Singaporean Arab.
1 Mattar Rd, Singapore 387713
The ‘Tentera Diraja Mosque is a single story old-generation mosque located off Clementi Road in Clementi Woods, Singapore. Located opposite National University of Singapore, the mosque is iconic for its hilltop location and gold painted dome.
81 Clementi Rd, Singapore 129797
The Yusof Ishak Mosque is a mosque in Woodlands, Singapore. It was announced by Prime Minister, Mr. Lee Hsien Loong during the 2013 National Day Rally This new mosque is located at 10 Woodlands Drive 17, Singapore 737740. The mosque is named after Singapore’s first President, Yusof Ishak.
10 Woodlands Drive 17, Singapore 737740