Abdol Gaffoor Mosque
41 Dunlop Street
Completed in 1910, this quaint little mosque is where you
can review the family tree of Muslim prophet.
Hajah Fatimah Mosque
4001 Beach Road
Built in 1846, the mosque is named after its female
benefactor, a Malaccan-born Malay, who married a wealthy
Bugis Sultan. Although it exhibits a combination of
architectural influences, it has a decidedly British
Nagore Durgha Shrine
Boon Tat Street
Completed by South-Indian Muslims in 1830, this mosque has
a unique blend of classical and Indian-Muslim motifs.
North Bridge Road
Built originally with a SGD3000 grant from Sir Stamford
Raffles, it, with its massive golden dome and huge prayer
hall, is one of Singapore's most imposing religious points
for Muslims in Singapore. The present mosque, designed by
Denis Santry, was completed in 1928.