Interesting Facts of Mosques in SG
There are 71 mosques in Singapore. The largest is Masjid Sultan while the oldest is Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka (Built in 1820). The Mosque where a saint is buried is Masjid Haji Muhamad Salleh...

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Masjid Sultan Photos
Sultan Mosque is a Must-See
Gazetted as a national monument on 8 March 1975

Formerly the royal mosque of the Sultan of Johor. The 189-year-old Mosque in Kampong Glam has stayed essentially unchanged since it was built, with only repairs carried out to the main hall in 1968 and an annex added in 1993.
Address : Masjid Sultan, 3 Muscat StreetMasjid Sultan, 3 Muscat StreetSingaporesingapore, 198833
Category : Mosque
Tel : 6293 4405 / 6293 4043
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Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka Photos
The Oldest Mosque in Singapore (1,000 seating capacity)
The first mosque to be built in Singapore in 1820

The mosque founder is Syed Omar bin Ali Aljunied. He is an Arab merchant from Palembang. His son, Syed Abdullah bin Omar Aljunied, was responsible for the 1855 rebuilding of the mosque.
Address : Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka, 10 Keng Cheow StreetMasjid Omar Kampong Melaka, 10 Keng Cheow StreetSingaporesingapore, 059607
Category : Mosque
Tel : 6532 6764
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Masjid Haji Muhammad Salleh Photos
The Mosque Where a Siant is Buried here.
Mosque is also Known as Makam Habib Noh

Apart from serving as a mosque, the compound contains the tomb of the highly regarded saint, Habib Noh who is a direct descendant of the Prophet Muhammad (may peace be upon him).
Visiting Hours for Makam Habib Noh;
- Makam is open from 9am to 9pm daily
- Makam closes 25mins before each prayer time
- Makam reopens 25mins after prayer time
Address : Masjid Haji Muhammad Salleh, 37 Palmer RoadMasjid Haji Muhammad Salleh, 37 Palmer RoadSingaporesingapore, 079424
Category : Mosque
Tel : 6220 9257
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Masjid Moulana Mohd Ali Photos
The Only Underground Mosque in Singapore
Quiet and air-conditioned Mosque in CBD Area

Muslim worshippers who work in offices surrounding UOB Plaza I, will find this mosque very convenient. The mosque is located below UOB Plaza (one entrance is facing macdonalds and the other facing starbucks)
Address : UOB Plaza I (UOB Plaza), #B1-01, 80 Raffles PlaceUOB Plaza I (UOB Plaza), #B1-01, 80 Raffles PlaceSingaporesingapore, 048624
Category : Mosque
Tel : 6536 5238
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Masjid Wak Tanjong Photos
Most Conveniently Located Mosque (beside MRT Station)
No other mosque in Singapore literally sits besides an MRT Station

Built in 1935, the mosque has a seating capacity of 500 people. It also has its own madrasah situated beside the mosque. If you are from the MRT station, take the underpass to reach the mosque (2 min walk).
Address : Masjid Wak Tanjong, 25 Paya Lebar RoadMasjid Wak Tanjong, 25 Paya Lebar RoadSingaporesingapore, 409004
Category : Mosque
Tel : 6747 2743
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Masjid Burhani Photos
Burhani Mosque Belongs to the Shiites Community
Built in 1897 by merchant A.M. Essabhoy

Members of this community take guidance on all matters from the Da-i Mutlaq, who is their absolute or unrestricted missionary.
- All muslims are welcome to pray at this mosque
Address : Masjid Burhani, 39 Hill StreetMasjid Burhani, 39 Hill StreetSingaporesingapore, 179364
Category : Mosque
Tel : 6224 1021
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Masjid Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim Photos
One of Two Mosques in Singapore not Under Purview of MUIS
Nearest Mosque to Sentosa Island & Vivocity

Unfortunately Sentosa Island do not have a Mosque yet! If you are driving, there are ample parking spaces in the mosque. It is located across Vivocity (10mins walk).
Interesting facts about this Mosque
- Also known as Masjid Diraja Teluk Blangah
- Owned by the Johor Government
- Under the management of Johor Religious Department
- The mosque houses the Johor Royal Mausoleum & a Cemetery
- Originally served as a Palace of Temenggong Abdul Rahman (Istana Lama)
Address : Masjid Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim, 30 Telok Blangah RoadMasjid Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim, 30 Telok Blangah RoadSingaporesingapore, 098827
Category : Mosque
Tel : 8287 9867
Masjid Al-Falah Photos
The Only Mosque in Orchard Road (Air-Conditioned)
Built in 1987, it can accommodate up to 1500 people

The mosque niche is Islamic Learning in the English language. It aims to serve the needs of its congregation which hails from a colourful background of various ethnicity and the English-educated Singapore Muslims.
Address : Masjid Al-Falah, #01-01, 22 Bideford RoadMasjid Al-Falah, #01-01, 22 Bideford RoadSingaporesingapore, 229923
Category : Mosque
Tel : 6235 3172
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Masjid Hajjah Fatimah Photos
Located along Beach Road (Constructed in 1846)
Gazetted as a National Monument on 28 June 1973

The Mosque is named after the Malay business woman, Hajjah Fatimah who donated land and money for this mosque. The mosque was designed by colonial architect J.T. Thomson and bears a distinctive style of local and European architecture blended.
Address : Masjid Hajjah Fatimah, 4001 Beach RoadMasjid Hajjah Fatimah, 4001 Beach RoadSingaporesingapore, 199584
Category : Mosque
Tel : 6297 2774
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Masjid Yusof Ishak Photos
4500 Capacity Mosque @ Woodlands
Masjid Yusof Ishak is the 71st mosque in Singapore today

Named after Singapore first President, Yusof Ishak. The Yusof Ishak Mosque opened its doors to the public on 14 April 2017. It is big, spacious and a nice comfortable place to do your worshiping.
Address : Masjid Yusof Ishak, 10 Woodlands Drive 17Masjid Yusof Ishak, 10 Woodlands Drive 17Singaporesingapore, 737740
Category : Mosque
Tel : 6893 0093
Surau @ SGH Photos
Charismatic Surau at Singapore General Hospital
Definitely a Place to Visit & do your prayers in SGH

- Located in front of the Academia and beside the housemen canteen
- Surau is open to all Muslims
- Surau also conducts friday prayers
- There is always free snacks and drinks served during Friday prayers. It is mainly for the staff. But yes, the public are welcome to enjoy them as well. Just dont forget to donate.
Address : SGH Surau, 10 College RoadSGH Surau, 10 College RoadSingaporesingapore, 169851
Category : Mosque
Tel : 6222 3322