List of mosques in Singapore

This is a list of masjids (mosques) in Singapore.

Name Images Address Year built Capacity (worshippers) Remarks
Masjid Abdul Aleem Siddique 90 Lor K Telok Kurau, Singapore 425723 1957 ?
Masjid Abdul Gafoor 2016 Singapur, Little India, Meczet Abdul Gaffoor (05).jpg 41 Dunlop St, Singapore 209369 1859 3,000 Originally built in 1859, the masjid with its unique architecture, has earned the distinction as one of Singapore's national monuments.
Masjid Abdul Hamid Kampong Pasiran Masjid Abdul Hamid Kampung Pasiran.jpg 10 Gentle Rd, Singapore 309194 1932 300
Masjid Ahmad 2 Lor Sarhad, Singapore 119173 1934 1,000 Originally a typical kampung mosque built in 1934 on a piece of land given by a Mr Ahmat Yahya, the mosque has been redeveloped.
Masjid Ahmad Ibrahim Masjid Ahmad Ibrahim facade, Yishun, Singapore - 20090526.jpg 15 Jln Ulu Seletar, Singapore 769227 1958 200
Masjid Al-Abdul Razak Masjid Al-Abdul Razak.jpg 30 Jln Ismail, Singapore 419285 1965 300
Masjid Al-Abrar Al-Abrar Mosque, Jan 06.JPG 192 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068635 1827 800 The masjid, which bears the imprint of South Indian architecture, was founded in 1827. However, it was only in 1855 that a formal building was set up. In 1974, the masjid was gazetted as one of Singapore's national monuments.
Masjid Al-Amin 50 Telok Blangah Way, Singapore 098801 1991 3,000
Masjid Al-Ansar Masjid Al-Ansar 2016.jpg 155 Bedok North Ave 1, Singapore 469751 1981 4,500
Masjid Al-Falah 22 Bideford Rd, Singapore 229923 1987 1,500
Masjid Al-Firdaus Masjid Al-Firdaus.jpg 11 Jln Ibadat, Singapore 698955 1962 200 The old generation masjid was built in 1962, off Choa Chu Kang road. In 1999, it was rebuilt.
Masjid Al-Huda Masjid Al-Huda, Singapore - 20070726.jpg 34 Jln Haji Alias, Singapore 268534 1966 400
Masjid Al-Iman 10 Bukit Panjang Ring Rd, Singapore 679943 2003 5,000
Masjid Al Islah Masjid Al-Islah.jpg 30 Punggol Field, Singapore 828812 2015 4,500
Masjid Al-Istighfar Masjid Al-Istighfar.jpg 2 Pasir Ris Walk, Singapore 518239 2000 3,300
Masjid Al-Istiqamah Alistiqamah.jpg 2 Serangoon North Ave 2, Singapore 555876 1999 3,300
Masjid Alkaff Kampung Melayu Bedok - Masjid Alkaff at Kampung Melayu.jpg 200 Bedok Reservoir Rd, Singapore 479221 1994 3,000
Masjid Alkaff Upper Serangoon 66 Pheng Geck Ave, Singapore 348261 1920 2,500
Masjid Al-Khair 1 Teck Whye Cres, Singapore 688847 1997 4,000
Masjid Al-Mawaddah Masjid Al-Mawaddah.jpg 151 Compassvale Bow, Singapore 544997 2009 4,000
Masjid Al-Mukminin 271 Jurong East St 21, Singapore 609603 1987 4,500
Masjid Al-Muttaqin 5140 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6, Singapore 569844 1980 3,500
Masjid Al-Taqua 11A Jln Bilal, Singapore 468862 1883 400
Masjid Angullia Masjid Angullia.jpg 265 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 218099 1890 2,500
Masjid An-Nahdhah Masjid An-Nahdhah.JPG 9A Bishan St 14, Singapore 579786 2006 4,000 The mosque complex houses MUIS's Harmony Centre. The 2-storey Harmony Centre showcases exhibits, artifacts and information on Islamic civilisation and lifestyle.
Masjid An-Nur 6 Admiralty Road, Singapore 739983 1980 2,800
Masjid Ar-Raudhah 30 Bukit Batok East Ave 2, Singapore 659919 1993 3,000
Masjid Assyafaah 1 Admiralty Lane, Singapore 757620 2004 4,000
Masjid Assyakirin 550 Yung An Road, Singapore 618617 1978 5,000 One of the oldest masjids under the Masjid Building Fund, it was originally built in 1979 and reopened on 27 December 2002.
Masjid Ba'alwie 2 Lewis Rd, Singapore 258590 1952 400
Masjid Bencoolen 51 Bencoolen St, Singapore 189630 1845 1,100 Temporarily closed for renovation.
Masjid Burhani 39 Hill St, Singapore 179364 1829 150 The masjid was established by the Dawoodi Bohra community in Singapore as early as 1829.
Masjid Darul Aman 1 Jln Eunos, Singapore 419493 1986 3,500
Masjid Darul Ghufran Masjid Darul Ghufran front view.jpg 503 Tampines Ave 5, Singapore 529651 1990 5,500 The masjid underwent a reconstruction from 2016 to 2019 . According to MUIS, it can now accommodate up to 5,500 worshippers, making it the biggest in Singapore.[1]
Masjid Darul Makmur Masjid Darul Makmur, Yishun, February 2021.jpg 950 Yishun Ave 2, Singapore 769099 1989 3,000
Masjid Darussalam 3002 Commonwealth Ave West, Singapore 129579 1989 3,000
Masjid En-Naeem 120 Tampines Rd, Singapore 535136 1983 2,500
Masjid Haji Mohd Salleh Masjid Haji Mohd Salleh.jpg 245 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389304 1896 1,500
Masjid Haji Muhammad Salleh Makam Habib Noh.JPG 37 Palmer Rd, Singapore 079424 1903 500
Masjid Haji Yusoff Masjid Haji Yusoff.jpg 2 Hillside Dr, Singapore 548920 1921 400
Masjid Hajjah Fatimah Hajjah Fatimah Mosque, Dec 05.JPG 4001 Beach Rd, Singapore 199584 1846 600
Masjid Hajjah Rahimabi Kebun Limau 76 Kim Keat Road, Singapore 328835 1960 500 Built from donation by Hajjah Rahima Bee Ahmad Angullia, the masjid was redeveloped from an existing masjid, which had been around since 1960. The redeveloped masjid, which was completed in 1984, was renamed after the donor.
Masjid Hang Jebat 100 Jln Hang Jebat, Singapore 139533 1952 600
Masjid Hasanah 492 Teban Gardens Rd, Singapore 608878 1971 2,500 First built in 1971, the masjid was redeveloped in 1993 into a four-storey building.
Masjid Hussain Sulaiman 394 Pasir Panjang Rd, Singapore 118730 1902 300 The masjid started as a village surau built back in 1902. Today, it retains much of its original architecture.
Masjid Jamae (Chulia) Masjid Jamae (Chulia), Singapore; October 2016.jpg 218 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058767 1826 1,500 Built in 1826, it has gone through several renovations and expansions. The building bears the imprint of South Indian architecture. It is one of the few masjids in Singapore, which organizes religious classes in Tamil.
Masjid Jamek Queenstown 946 Margaret Dr, Singapore 149309 1965 400
Masjid Jamiyah Ar-Rabitah 601 Tiong Bahru Rd, Singapore 158787 1960 2,000 Redeveloped in 1985 on the same site as the old masjid, the three-storey masjid can accommodate up to 2000 people. The first masjid was built in 1960.
Masjid Kampong Delta Masjid Kampong Delta.jpg 10 Delta Ave, Singapore 169831 1960 500 The redeveloped masjid was built on the old site of surau Delta which was first built in 1960. The new two-storey building was completed in 1995.
Masjid Kampung Siglap 451 Marine Parade Rd, Singapore 449283 1992 3,000 Originally, a small 80-year-old masjid, the new masjid in the same site was completed in 1992.
Masjid Kassim 450 Changi Rd, Singapore 419877 1924 2,000 The masjid was rebuilt to replace an old one built back in 1924. Completed in 1999, the four-storey masjid can accommodate up to 2000 worshippers.
Masjid Khadijah 583 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389522 1920 500 Named after a wealthy lady who donated $50,000 in 1916 to build the masjid, the masjid underwent restoration works, which was completed in 2001.
Masjid Khalid 130 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427727 1917 2,500 Temporarily closed for renovation.
Masjid Maarof 20 Jurong West St 26, Singapore 648125 2016 4,500
Masjid Malabar Malabar Mosque 2, Jan 06.JPG 471 Victoria St, Singapore 198370 1918 1,000 Temporarily closed for renovation. The redeveloped masjid was first built in 1918. In 1962, it underwent a major rebuilding into what it is today.
Masjid Moulana Mohamed Ali UOB Plaza, 80 Raffles Place, #B1-01, Singapore 048624 1994 800 The only underground mosque in Singapore. It serves the needs of office workers along Shenton Road area.
Masjid Muhajirin 275 Braddell Road, Singapore 579704 1977 1,400 Masjid Muhajirin is the first masjid to be built under the Mosque Building Fund.
Masjid Mujahidin 590 Stirling Rd, Singapore 148952 1977 3,500
Masjid Mydin 67 Jln Lapang, Singapore 419007 1935 1,000
Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka, Mar 06.JPG 10 Keng Cheow St, Singapore 059607 1820 500 The oldest masjid in Singapore, it has humble beginnings as a wooden surau back in 1820. Monetary contributions from wealthy merchant Syed Abdullah bin Omar Aljunied made possible its rebuilding in 1855.
Masjid Omar Salmah 411B Jln Mashhor, Singapore 299173 1973 300
Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang Mosque-1.jpg 27B Jln Mempurong, Singapore 759055 1970 300
Masjid Pulau Bukom Pulau Bukom P.O. Box 1908, Singapore 903808 1960 ? Located at the offshore island of Pulau Bukom.
Masjid Pusara Aman 11 Lim Chu Kang Rd, Singapore 719452 1972 200
Masjid Sallim Mattar Sallim Mattar Mosque.jpg 1 Mattar Rd, Singapore 387725 1824 1,400
Masjid Sulṭan Sultan Mosque at Kampong Glam, Singapore (8124307795).jpg 3 Muscat St, Singapore 198833 1824 2,000 Built during colonial times, the masjid has been gazetted as a national monument.
Masjid Taha MasjidTaha.jpg 118 Onan Rd, Singapore 424530 1985 450 Owned and managed by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community to cater for Ahmadis living in Singapore. It is one of the two mosques not administered by Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura.
Masjid Tasek Utara 46 Bristol Rd, Singapore 219852 1907 120 Built in 1907, it is the smallest masjid in Singapore.
Masjid Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim Masjid Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim.jpg 30 Telok Blangah Rd, Singapore 098827 1991 1,500 Near the mosque is the Johor Royal Mausoleum and Tanah Kubor Temenggong Johor, a small unkempt cemetery all co-located on site. The grounds of the mosque, mausoleum and cemetery are owned by the State of Johor for the Sultan of Johor. It is one of two mosques in the country not under purview by Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura.
Masjid Tentera Diraja 81 Clementi Rd, Singapore 129797 1961 1,000
Masjid Wak Tanjong 25 Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 409004 1935 500
Masjid Yusof Ishak Masjid Yusof Ishak.jpg 10 Woodlands Dr 17, Singapore 737740 2017 4,500

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Masjid Darul Ghufran". www.muis.gov.sg. Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura, a statutory board of the Government of Singapore. Retrieved 7 June 2019.

External linksEdit

  1. https://www.muis.gov.sg/mosque
  2. https://www.muis.gov.sg/mosque/Our-Mosques/Mosque-Directory
  3. https://www.muis.gov.sg/mosque/Mosque-Infrastructure/Mosque-Building/MBMF-Mosque
  4. https://www.muis.gov.sg/mosque/Mosque-Infrastructure/Mosque-Building/Wakaf-Mosque
  5. https://www.muis.gov.sg/mosque/Mosque-Infrastructure/Mosque-Building/Other-Mosque
  6. https://www.onemap.sg/main/v2/


See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

  1. https://www.muis.gov.sg/mosque
  2. https://www.muis.gov.sg/mosque/Our-Mosques/Mosque-Directory
  3. https://www.muis.gov.sg/mosque/Mosque-Infrastructure/Mosque-Building/MBMF-Mosque
  4. https://www.muis.gov.sg/mosque/Mosque-Infrastructure/Mosque-Building/Wakaf-Mosque
  5. https://www.muis.gov.sg/mosque/Mosque-Infrastructure/Mosque-Building/Other-Mosque
  6. https://www.onemap.sg/main/v2/