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Easy to Locate and was right opposite to my Hotel right at the junction. Its nice to know my native people built this structure almost half a century ago far away from their motherland.
A quick stop for this place is OK. Not too much...More
You'll have no trouble finding this mosque at a large intersection on Victoria Street, in the heart of Kampong Glam.
They took their time building this mosque. It's the creation of Singaporean Muslims of South Indian ancestry and was begun in 1956, opened in 1963...More
Located a short walk from Lavender Metro station, the Mosque, despite being found close to Arab Street, the exterior is shabby and covered in banners and posters. As a result, this put us off visiting and we far preferred to visit Masjid Hajjah Fatimah on...More
This mosque has a gorgeous architecture and is located very near Arab Street. The building has been spruced up over the years and it looked really fresh, beautiful and clean. It is good to see how people from all walks of race and religion live...More
Masjid Malabar, or Malabar Muslim Jama-Ath Mosque to give it its full name, is the only Malabar mosque in Singapore and dates from 1962.
In 1927, Malabar Muslims in Singapore, who originally came from Kerala in India, formed the Malabar Muslim Jama'ath, an association to...More
Masjid Malabar is a lovely piece of architecture and one of the must see Mosques in Singapore. We had a lovely walk of Singapore taking a look at all the temples and mosques we could find - we recommend that you take time to explore...More
This is the only Malabar (originally from Kerala in India) Muslim mosque in Singapore.
It was built in 1962 with a traditional style and painted outside walls. But urban development began in that area after the mosque was built. In order to keep the Mosque...More
This traditionally Malay enclave of Singapore offers an alluring array of shops, cafes, and bars. A walk down Haji Lane offers quirky shopping, while one block over, Arab Street is a treasure trove of brightly coloured fabrics, clothing, and Turkish rugs. Stop for a leisurely coffee or cocktail and watch local kids play traditional games along the lane. Also home to the Malay Heritage Centre and one of Singapore’s most
prominent mosques (Sultan Mosque), Kampong Glam is a must-visit for a tantalizing taste of Malay life in this city.