Review Masjid Alabrar, 192 Telok Ayer St, Singapore

Review Masjid AlAbrar - Singapore 192 Telok Ayer St

“Comfortable and modern mosque to perform your Sholat (prayers). Prayer area for women available.” or “الحمرلله It is a gem to find a masjid in the middle of street within the Central Business District that is full of worldly bustle.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Masjid Alabrar. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Masjid Alabrar is quality.

Introduction about Masjid Alabrar

Here are some fundamental details regarding Masjid Alabrar. In terms of Mosque, it is generally believed that Masjid Alabraris one of the best places to choose and trust. It is placed at 192 Telok Ayer St, Singapore. Whether you are looking for a place or a service related to Mosque, this place strives to ensure that you get the best possible value for your money. From customer service to the actual products or services offered, this place is dedicated to providing a positive experience for all its customers.

Background Info

  • Phone: 62206306 (+65 62206306)
  • Website: https://www.muis.gov.sg/mosque/Our-Mosques/Mosque-Directory/Al-Abrar
  • Address: 192 Telok Ayer St, Singapore
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Detailed information of Masjid Alabrar

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Operating hours

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Here are the operating hours of Masjid Alabrar.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 12 to 8:45 PM.

Saturday, Sunday: Closed.

Distance

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DistanceTaxiBusMetro
6.08 km6 minute7 minute5 minute

How to contact Masjid Alabrar?

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Phone number

You can reach Masjid Alabrar at 62206306(+65 62206306). Use the hotline to contact them right away for the quickest help and resolution to your problems.

Website

You can contact Masjid Alabrar via https://www.muis.gov.sg/mosque/Our-Mosques/Mosque-Directory/Al-Abrar. It will react rapidly and assist you with your concerns.

Address

You can directly come to 192 Telok Ayer St, Singapore if you have any questions or want to try to experience its services.

Masjid Alabrar reviews

Masjid Alabrar is among the best destinations of Mosque in Singapore, and it merits your consideration.

Is Masjid Alabrar good?

To determine whether Masjid Alabrar is good or not, not only based on the provided information, you but also need to consider the detailed evaluations from customers who have previously experienced the service here, such as:

“Comfortable and modern mosque to perform your Sholat (prayers). Prayer area for women available.”

“الحمرلله It is a gem to find a masjid in the middle of street within the Central Business District that is full of worldly bustle.”

“Historical mosque. Now handled by Indian Muslims. Imam and staff are Indians. Should be Hanafi Mazhab. Very nice place to pray. Even for Friday. …”

“This masjid is situated in a great location with many eating spots nearby. It is also a place where those working in offices nearby can come and pray.”

“A well maintained place of worship among the rows of eateries. An example of how various places of worship can exist within a 500m radius.”

“Nice place in the midst of bustling offices to take a break and connect with Almighty”

“Masha Allah, Subhan Allah. Very neat and clean facilities and Jumma is always on time”

“Clean and well kept mosque. Big wudu area to accommodate people even during Friday prayers. One thing to note is that the sermon is Tamil(?) and Arabic. I recommend!”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 181 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.7 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 92% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Masjid Alabrar, 192 Telok Ayer St, Singapore

There is a total 181 reviews

4.7 / 5

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    Nungky Amalia Imran

    The mosque is really clean, the mukena smells good, the place for ablution is complete, you can wash your face, free soap is also provided and separate shaf for men and women

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    Ridwan Ade Kurniawan

    Muslim worship

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    Hilmi AG

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    Faridah Bin salah

    Family prayer togetherness…

    Peace be with you and your family.

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    AzMean Sam

    Masjid is closed on weekends and PH (maybe during the Covid period)

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    Mohd Fuad

    Very communal

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    Abang Rock

    Ok

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    Safiullah

    Tamil language

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    Ruhul

    Old school looking place

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    James

    This masjid is situated in a great location with many eating spots nearby. It is also a place where those working in offices nearby can come and pray.

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    Resuwan Razack

    Comfortable and modern mosque to perform your Sholat (prayers).

    Prayer area for women available.

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    Razif Razak

    Very unique mosque per say

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    Citra Larasati YaFi

    Been here.

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    Mohamed Adil

    Masha Allah very peaceful place …

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    Lala -

    Alhamdullilah.
    Not a very big Masjid but its location plays an important part. Very quiet on weekends.

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    Ebadullah Siddiq

    A place for worshipper.

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    Aaqib Kufran

    Conveniently placed but crowded for jummah paryers

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    Jehan Sappideen

    Very convenient to the office

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    Resuwan Razack

    Comfortable and modern mosque to perform your Sholat (prayers).

    Prayer area for women available.

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    Captain Ashaf

    Mosque near cecil street ,Singapore . Very convenient to offer prayer while doing official work nearby.

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    Aidil Azman

    ALHAMDULILLAH THERE’S A LOVELY MOSQUE HERE

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    Imrus Ssyeed

    Al Akbar masjid is a place for Muslim warship, not too big but space is sufficient for all day 5 times salat, except in Friday people are huge in comparison with the space, On both side of it there are shops and restaurants adjacent to it. Very near to it there are Hindu temple and Chinese warship temple too.

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    auhh tiger

    Converted Indian mosque

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    Musa Suliman

    Easy parking

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    Md Mostafa Al Mainul Islam

    Alhamdulillah

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    fanr أّآبہنہ آلمہوٌصہل

    good

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    lee kk

    Good

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    mohamed ariffin

    Cosy little mosque . Looking forward to the new look after the renovations …

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    Muhammad Hafiidz

    Mosque in CBD

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    Z3eem Noob

    Good location. I dislike the way the mosque was cleaned by wasting water unnecessarily

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    M Ar

    Nice

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    Saleem Mohd

    Beautiful heritage mosque .

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    Syed ibrahim Ibrahim

    Very convenient to pray

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    Azhar Mohideen

    After repainting during COVID-19 lockdown the mosque really looks new nevertheless it was even looking good earlier. It has all the facilities for the workshippers.

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    Muhammad Irfan Shahul Hameed

    Very clean and convienient

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    abubakar osman

    Nicely. .. decorations.

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    Mohamad Yusoff

    Quick fri prayers. full at 12.50pm

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    Gamma Rizaldy

    India mosque in between cafes in telor ayer, Chinatown area. I was there for shalat jumat. The imam speaking in tamil language. What a new experience i ever had

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    Shalahuddin Umar

    Clean and comfortable

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    Maroof Ali

    Peaceful

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    S Y

    I felt the warm and dignified air of the pious people.

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    iqbal haider

    Peaceful and calm

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    Nuriman Samsudin

    Simple and lovely ambience despite limited space for vehicle parking space

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    Mohammad Mottalib

    Quick facts
    Masjid Al-Abrar is one of the earliest mosques in Singapore, and is located along Telok Ayer Street in the Chinatown district within the Central Area, Singapore’s central business district.Wikipedia

    Architectural style:
    Indo-Islamic architecture
    Opened:
    1855
    Affiliation:
    Islam

    Sources include:

    Wikipedia

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    mohd deen

    Best place of praying in CBD.

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    Banu Afwan Pribadi

    Great place among business district in Singapore. Surrounded by many halal food

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    ilyas fakrudeen

    Mosque right in the smack of the city. Nostalgic.. especially for indian muslims

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    Suaresz Arista

    Not big enough, but the facility quite complete.

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    Wong Jing Xuan Ben

    Mosque closed on Saturday morning.

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    Abdul Rahman

    Tamil Masjid near Telok Ayer

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    arfan efendi

    Good place

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    H I

    Historical mosque. Now handled by Indian Muslims. Imam and staff are Indians. Should be Hanafi Mazhab. Very nice place to pray. Even for Friday. …

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    Mohamed Irshad Mohamed Yossuff

    Very convenient to have a mosque located in the heart of the CBD. Parking is not tt easy but still possible

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    asfar lib

    the mosque is clean. really crowd during friday prayer, make sure you came 30mins before friday prayer begin

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    Omar Zulkeflee Omar

    Thank God, still standing since 1827.

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    Amar Koul

    Alhamdullilah. It is a gem to find a masjid in the middle of street within the CBD that is full of worldly bustle. The interior is so peaceful and allows one to unwind from his/her worries. It is run primarily by the Tamil-Muslim community …

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    Descendant of Tamin

    A well maintained place of worship among the rows of eateries.
    An example of how various places of worship can exist within a 500m radius.

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    mahmoud A

    Good place. Ceiling fans for ventilation.

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    Jannatulnaim Chin

    Convenient & quiet

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    Mohamad Faeze

    Clean and well maintained mosque

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    Mohamad Hyqel

    Peaceful, clean and simple Masjid. Helpful and kind officials.

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    Radzwan Hamid

    The nearest Mosque from MRT Tanjong Pagar Station. 10 minutes brisk walk.

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    Ilham Israr

    Too crowded during jumaah prayer

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    Mohamed Rafi

    My type of a enclave

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    Jay Hussein

    House of Allah welcome to those who believes… Convenient for the Muslim office staffs to be connected in the busy area. ⏳

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    Syarif Skr

    One of the historic place of worship in Singapore

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    Fauzi Abbas

    A simple mosque with clean toilets

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    Hairul Nizar Bart

    Cool for prayers …

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    Arif Budaya

    This masjid is very clean with comfort facility

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    Mush LikesToEat

    Near my office but spoiled by people smoking right outside

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    Wing k

    It was built in 1827.

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    Alexander Wermuth

    A cozy mosque, located near the business district.

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    Ajmer Singh Bharowal

    Hi im ajmer singh from India
    I beg yo say thast i had went to jail singapore ica was bane me from sg but i love sg i have requst to baba ji please bring to me Singapore i Will visit yout place monthly please Listen mh prayer

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    Gunawan Almaas

    Go here again

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    Andrew Trinanda

    Nice place, very quiet atmosphere. Don’t forget to worship!

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    Z H

    A relaxing and quiet place among the busy city. Convenient location for office workers to do their prayers.

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    Ashraf Adel

    Thank God…

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    hamzah abdullah

    Very good, nice place

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    Amar Koul

    Alhamdullilah. It is a gem to find a masjid in the middle of street within the CBD that is full of worldly bustle. The interior is so peaceful and allows one to unwind from his/her worries. It is run primarily by the Tamil-Muslim community so if you aren’t used to a different style of prayers, you may want to consider someplace else (quite speedy and no provision for Ruku’).

    For drivers, as many before me have mentioned, it can be quite difficult as you’d imagine in the CBD. If streetside parking isn’t available, there’s Frasers Tower along Telok Ayer St.

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    Singapore PROPERTY Update

    Serene & peaceful

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    Imas Mohamed

    situated in telok ayar street.be early on Friday for Jummah prayers. since it gets crowded very quick. mostly bayan on Tamil

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    Khairil Samsi

    This mosque is an important piece of Singapore Indian Muslim heritage

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    Wildan Aprian Wiharsanto

    Nearby mosque from office

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    Wasim Uz Zaman

    Centrally located but lacks the space for a large scale accommodation of people.

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    Mohamed Fahim

    Also the same, old Indian Muslim mosque

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    Mohamed Iliyas

    Divine and well maintained.

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    Zulkifli BMO

    Good location for those doing their daily prayer within the business district centre in Telok Ayer Street. Ladies praying area and abulation is also provided.

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    david eldo

    Calm place for prayer

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    Faseeha M

    Very convenient during Ramadan …

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    Zeeshan Shabbir

    Nice old mosque…

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    Maz Md Z

    Easy to locate the mosque

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    Muhd Faiz

    Rustic ambience

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    Faiz Ahmed

    Clean and well kept mosque. Big wudu area to accommodate people even during Friday prayers. One thing to note is that the sermon is Tamil(?) and Arabic. I recommend!

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    Arief Rahmansyah

    Friday prayer speech is not in English

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    Derek Ewell

    Convenient place to pray for the office crowd, but it becomes incredibly crowded on Fridays. Early arrival is essential. Historic building, and well preserved.

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    Hamzah Ibrahim

    One of the oldest Mosque(Masjid) in Singapore

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    Arif Mustakim

    dog

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    Huseni Mohsin

    Quaint neighbourhood and Masjid. Good food places within vicinity

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    sidek ali

    Because I go to Pray

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    Sahul Hameed

    Small and elegant masjid and one of the oldest.

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    Sholikul Huda

    Its beatiful place to pray in the center of spore

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    Fazlie Muhd

    Beautifully Preserved Mosque nestled in our CBD.

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    Hussain Kader (Huzz107)

    Place to pray at the centre of CBD..

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    sezaul habib

    Bit different prayer style from Indian subcontinent e.g. Bangladesh

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    Qamarul Reza

    Didnt expect that there will be a mosque around that area!

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    Mohammed محسن

    Perfect location

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    aariff abdullah

    الحمرلله
    It is a gem to find a masjid in the middle of street within the Central Business District that is full of worldly bustle.

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    Wak Kerry

    Historical building,easy to have praying but hard to get car park.

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    AMIR MARMIN

    It’s nice mosque

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    A Rahman Saban

    Haritage place

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    Piper Haqim

    One of the few Mosques in the midst of the busiest part of town. Not a huge building but suitable if you are in the area and just need a place to solat or seek some personal tranquility. Friday sermons are held in Tamil and Arabic mostly.

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    Azlan Mohd

    Heritage mosque.

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    Shahid Kamal

    Over crowded on Friday Prayers time. Ceiling fans need to be installed in veranda to mitigate the heat during Friday prayers.

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    jubair basith

    This masjid is very Near to Singapore Nagore Dargah Shareef.. The holy Shrine..

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    seageathgoplay go

    Holy place

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    Uncle Ali

    Place of worship for muslims fm all around the CBD,also being visits by tourists.The mosque is well maintain.

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    Mohamed Sarjoon

    At heart of the CBD.

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    Muhammad Afiq

    Simple little mosque yet huge tranquility in it

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    Saidi Baharim

    Is very cozy

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    Muhammad Jamal Mohammed Ariff

    Nice.

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    az md

    From URA to the mosque is just 3 minutes

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    Othman Abdullah

    Place for towners workers to worship Allah SWT. aamiin

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    basheer Ahmad

    Allah house will always be a beautiful place.

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    Tyler Lund

    Very pretty exterior on this small mosque. The interior is not very exciting and is fairly stark. Lit up at night, the outside is especially pretty.

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    Ahmed Muzammil (Mzee)

    Nice mosque

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    Mark Collins

    Nice masjid that is tucked away amongst the skyscrapers

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    Khan Anas

    Best place for prayer, in hart of town.

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    Syed Silar Sirajudeen

    Good

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    mohamed ariff shaik fareed

    More space and have life

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    Chrisma Wibowo

    Look forward to see this mosque some day. I have been to many place near Merlion, yet I just realised this mosque

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    بو حمد الحمادي

    A small mosque in Chinatown

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    نور عزمن N A

    Alhamdulillah

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    Shabbir w

    Have been here for a short visit. It’s near marina bay. You can easily find a lot of food court nearby. The mosque is located near China town.
    The early Tamil immigrants first established the Masjid Al-Abrar in 1827 with a makeshift thatched hut that they used for worship until it was replaced by a brick building between 1850 and 1855. The mosque is accessible within walking distance from Telok Ayer MRT station.

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    Chunseok Park

    It looks like the previous photos were taken too plausibly. Never come if you are not involved or interested in Muslims

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    Fendy Saadon

    My mosque, my home, my heaven..

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    Tawfeeq Muhammad

    Peaceful place in busy business district

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    Murtuza Muhammad

    Because Masjid Al Abrar is a place to do prayer .

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    kohei takatori (coolkohei)

    ordinary mosque

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    Nu Hkm

    Chill mosque in the middle of shophouses

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    Khairil Azhar Samion

    Pack during prayer time

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    aariff abdullah

    الحمرلله
    It is a gem to find a masjid in the middle of street within the Central Business District that is full of worldly bustle.

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    Manon Sora Koestoer

    I always come here as and when I got meeting in CBD area. Friday prayer in Tamil / arabic language.

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    Mariam Begum

    Sandwiched between shophouses it can be easily missed. They got good facilities for ladies. Avoid Friday because ofjummah the ladies area is occupied by men.

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    Yusuf Putera

    This masjid is strategically located near blue line MRT station. Great for people working in Marina Bay area. Not to mention some halal food choices in the area.
    Friday is very crowded, better come 15 mins before adzan. Khutbah in Arabic, and relatively short.

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    Hafiz Waleed Hussain

    Small mosque for Friday prayer.

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    Munir Hussain

    Nice place in the midst of bustling offices to take a break and connect with Almighty

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    Ria Saptarika

    Nice Masjid.

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    Tri Waluyo

    Nice and comfortable in the middle of a crowded city

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    mohammed محمد

    One of the most great place on earth …

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    Ruzaimi Junit

    Close on subuh prayers & totally closed on Saturday & Sunday.

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    Michał Kawala

    The mosque is not very interesting architecturally, but being nearby it is worth taking a look

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    Sahlatul-Farihah M Asari

    convenient to perform prayer and near my workplace

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    Jehabardeen k

    This is one of the oldest mosque located in Singapore and offers Bayan in Tamil language. Mosque located in prime location. Nearest MRT is either from Tanjong Pagar MRT or Telok Ayer MRT stations.

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    Hadi R

    Nice place for prayer

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    Joseph SHAHID

    It is located in the Chinese region

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    Muhammad Ulumuddin

    Big and comfortable

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    Mohd Kamal Ariffin Md Kassim

    Historical place of worship

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    Rosman Man

    Love this plc

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    Mohamed Irshad Mohamed Yossuff

    Small mosque located in cbd. Parking not so easy. But it is still great to have a mosque within cbd

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    Abdul Sidikov

    In a convenient location for Muslims working in the central business district

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    Mohamad Sezali

    The place for Quite n pray

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    Norsahrin Mohd Norddin

    very idyllic and peaceful masjid despite the busy surroundings

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    Denis Llagami

    A quiet space of worship in a very busy place of business transactions. It is a small place as it was just a shop house converted into a mosque by pious Indian Muslim traders in early 19 century. Parking can be a problem during day.

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    Adnin Azmi

    Small cozy mosque at a very strategic location

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    Myo Min Swe

    The Masjid is one of the haritage and located in cbd area with nearby eateries. Clean cozy and beautifully maintained

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    MZBA

    Small masque with all facilities at city central area

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    suraupalmspring damansara

    7RJW+4W Singapore

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    Alip Sidik Prayitno

    Peaceful and lovely place

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    Nabilah Rozia

    Very convenient for those working in CBD near Robinson Road and Shenton Way. The ladies section is aircon

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    Bidin Bin Md Dom

    Alabrar

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    HM Haneef NiQ

    Nostalgic …

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    Shoeb Lakdawala

    Nice small mosque

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    Wasif Ahmad

    Nice small masjid.
    Now they have opened up another floor, so can accommodate more people.
    Its always too crowded on Fridays

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    Mudassir Ishtiaq

    Masha Allah, Subhan Allah.
    Very neat and clean facilities and Jumma is always on time

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    Mohamed mahir

    small mosque and one of singapore’s monument

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    Shah Verve

    Subhan Allah.

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    Hrh Hambali

    Serene during morning and evening… love the ambience

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    Zack Bolt

    It is one of the National monument mosque whic was founded in 1827. Located in central Singapore. The design of the mosque by South Indian architect . Mostly the cermon is conducted in Tamill language by Indian Muslims.

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    Moshiur Rahman

    beautiful mosque.. …

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    Farid Mohd Ismail

    All good, need a place to pray. Spaciousness and good facilities even for ladies too

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    Elite 4 Kahili

    Clean toilet. Got spray with soap.

    Not too big but alright.

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