Review Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang, 27B Jln Mempurong, Singapore

Review Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang - Singapore 27B Jln Mempurong

“Visited this place for a wedding ceremony recently. Nice kampung atmosphere.” or “Lush greenery of the kampong brought back childhood memories. A sniff of salty breeze filled the air… a taste of paradise.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang is quality.

Introduction about Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang

Here are some fundamental details regarding Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang. In terms of Mosque, it is generally believed that Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawangis one of the best places to choose and trust. It is placed at 27B Jln Mempurong, 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: 62577614 (+65 62577614)
  • Website: https://m.facebook.com/pages/Masjid-Pertempatan-Melayu-Sembawang/185792591459271
  • Address: 27B Jln Mempurong, Singapore
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Detailed information of Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang

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Operating hours

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Here are the operating hours of Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Open 24 hours.

Distance

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DistanceTaxiBusMetro
17.03 km17 minute20 minute14 minute

How to contact Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang?

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Phone number

You can reach Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang at 62577614(+65 62577614). Use the hotline to contact them right away for the quickest help and resolution to your problems.

Website

You can contact Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang via https://m.facebook.com/pages/Masjid-Pertempatan-Melayu-Sembawang/185792591459271. It will react rapidly and assist you with your concerns.

Address

You can directly come to 27B Jln Mempurong, Singapore if you have any questions or want to try to experience its services.

Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang reviews

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

Is Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang good?

To determine whether Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang 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:

“Visited this place for a wedding ceremony recently. Nice kampung atmosphere.”

“Lush greenery of the kampong brought back childhood memories. A sniff of salty breeze filled the air... a taste of paradise.”

“Great masjid. Near the greenery and border. The nearer it gets to Malaysia it becomes like Malaysia. Located near Passion Wave @Sembawang. Is in a Malay Settlement”

“Try the new park Connector from Canberra Link to reach here!”

“A peaceful & tranquil place. Truly a gem is this urban bustling landscape.”

“parking is along the road or infront of the masjid. free of course. kampong feeling as surrounded by nature. no noise or honks of cars. peaceful and serenity.”

“nice Village feeling. friendly Housekeeper offered pastries.”

“Best place to go if u want that rural setting. The feeling of praying in a kampung atmosphere is refreshing.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 124 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.8 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 96% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang, 27B Jln Mempurong, Singapore

There is a total 124 reviews

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    Nato TONA emailmeifu1@yahoo.com.sg

    The ambience was awesome. The Masjid reminds or kampong time and you can sits at the garden area outside the Masjid for small chitchatting meeting.

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    Fadzir Hj Suak

    This mosque was originaly built by my late father-in-law Allahyarham Masjid Hassan. Alfatihah.

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    Muhammad Ashiq Mohd. Rosley

    Quaint, nice atmosphere here.

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    MohdAbuBakar Riyadh

    Nice Calm Quiet.

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    Haikal Sulaiman

    A nice kampong mosque. One of the last kampung style mosques in singapore with beautiful surroundings and the seaside view

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    Ace Junior

    The serenity and peace like a village atmosphere

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    rich 8jobs

    The Greatest Blessed

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    Shaikh Ismail Alkhatib

    Peaceful, tranquil and nostalgic Kampung lifestyle

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    Muhammad Harith

    Very peaceful, nostalgic mosque, surrounded by nature, come here if you want to go back in time to the olden kampung days. I visited this mosque a couple of times at night during my shift.

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    Imran Z

    Very peaceful n quiet. Kampung feel.

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    raven Han

    Kampung old school feeling, cosy and close to nature

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    Razalee Senin

    Quiet place for praying …

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    Sinfosys Technology Pte Ltd

    The best masjid, out of city calm place.

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    Arshad Md Ariffin

    Excellent!!

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    HM Haneef NiQ

    Nostalgic Rare Gem tuck away in midst of a small Forest. Serene …

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    Muhammad Aminuddin Zulkifli

    A quiet village mosque. Peaceful mosque.

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    Muda Ikhsan

    Secluded.. Religious

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    Haikal Mohamad

    Great place for prayers

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    Alipan Bochapz

    serene place of worship

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    Abdul Jabbar Kachi

    OMG. Unbelievably it is a kampong feeling when you visit this mosque. Uniquely situated away from the bustling noise of traffic but you will enjoy the clean, green and spacious area, be it inside the mosque or its surrounding. The sounds of insects, birds and the wind hitting the trees, is already a beauty to be heard. Not to mention a well organised and welcoming staffs that will make your day from the parking, entering, guiding and the traffic control…..just very well.

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    Rida Sobana

    Love the place, the surrounding, don’t feel like Spore, the only mosque located right in the middle of a forest…

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    Muhammad Nurhaikal

    MashaAllah, the only remaining kampung-style mosque in Singapore. Rustic, isolated, and surrounded by lush greenery. Very unlike the usual scenery in Singapore.

    The mosque compound is quite large. Main prayer hall is carpeted. There’s an unpaved area besides the mosque that’s used as a carpark. Not accessible by public transport (obviously), and the narrow roads do get dark at night. Must visit for every practicing Muslim, in my opinion.

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    Raven Clive

    Nice peaceful location near sembawang park

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    Zainol Musthafa

    parking is along the road or infront of the masjid. free of course.
    kampong feeling as surrounded by nature. no noise or honks of cars.
    peaceful and serenity.

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    Sam

    I happened to come here, but it was really calm and am sure good place to pray.

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    Md sumon sumon

    I love this place

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    Norchaya Haron

    Nice place I like it

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    Badrud Tamam

    Happy happy Village atmosphere. !

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    Edi Permadi

    Perfect place for itikaf

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    Samri Badi

    Beautiful mosque with serene surrounding

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    Khaled Mahmood Shahriar

    Simply awesome. A mosque full of greenery in the midst of nature.

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    feidzal maris

    Kampung ambience in Singapore! Unbeatable.

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    Amar Koul

    Alhamdullilah. We as a community should strive to preserve such religious landmarks for as long as we are able to. This is such a lovely masjid right by Singapore’s northern coastal line. Parking is aplenty so drivers need not worry – on the other hand, there is no public transport facilities here.

    I will definitely be back here again if time permits. In Syaa Allah.

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    bob batosai

    Great place, friendly people

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    Mohd Akbar mohd sidik

    Love the atmosphere

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    Bahirah Mustafa

    Calm and comfortable

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    Indra Shafiei Rahim

    Back to nature,simple,far from hustle and bustle busy road. Tranquility to be precise.

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    Muhammad Nurhaikal

    MashaAllah, the only remaining kampung-style mosque in Singapore. Rustic, isolated, and surrounded by lush greenery. Very unlike the usual scenery in Singapore.

    The mosque compound is quite large. Main prayer hall is carpeted. There’s an unpaved area besides the mosque that’s used as a carpark. Not accessible by public transport (obviously), and the narrow roads do get dark at night. Must visit for every practicing Muslim, in my opinion.

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    Tashfique Haider

    Really nice Kampong feels

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    Andie Liny

    A quiet tranquil spiritual escape

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    Ivan Zheng

    Try the new park Connector from Canberra Link to reach here!

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    faisal polio

    Serenity place to worship ALLAH

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    Abdul Karim

    Very refreshing air and environment, really can enjoy the kampong style life and surrounding. Alot of the plant are herbal type, very peaceful. The mosque are for Muslims for praying, people there are very friendly. The sea view are walking distance.

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    Zainuddin Sarmani

    Such a peaceful Kampung mosque..Has a beautiful scenery and tranquility atmosphere.but to get there,one must have a transport mode to reach there .Only Omar Salmah and Hang Jebat mosque has the same vibes as this mosque .I read an article ,this mosque has only few years left before making way for future development.I urge those parents with little children should bring them to experience the Kampung mosque history.

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    Mohd Radzi

    This is where Muslims come for their prayer, 5 times daily. And every Friday for their Friday Prayer. The mosque also conducted religious classes for children and adult. The mosque is open for all to visit and learn more about Islam.

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    Kim Elldee

    Unique small mosque

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    Alneef

    nice Village feeling. friendly Housekeeper offered pastries.

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    Mohd Akbar

    Superb. The kampomg spirit is still there

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    APS Mujib

    Very nice

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    Abdul Yusoff

    Very nostalgic, surprised that this mosque is still at this location, man trying to destroy Allah house by moving the people living around the mosque, BUT Allah preserve His house. ALLAHU AKBAR

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    Hassan Mohd Yatim

    This mosque are situated near the end of Andrew avenue. It is one of the three buildings left standing, one of it is PA water Venture Sembawang. The mosque is surrounded by undergrooved and bushes. One’s upon a time, the mosque was surrounded by Malay village houses, Kampong Petempatan Melayu, Kampong Wak Hassan and Kampong Lubang bom. Now the villages all being demolished to make away for development.The people, all have being relocated to Yishun,Sembawang and Woodland. I went there, to donate money for the coming fasting month of Ramadan. I had to make appointment with the mosque secretary. When I reached the mosque, there were only two peoples around, the mosque’s secretary and a gentleman conduct contact tracing and temperature screening. As I walked towards the office, I had to passed by the prayer main hall. Sad to said the hall is empty, not like the good old day before the covic 19 period, where we can see people praying and in some corner people reciting the Holy Quran. Now a day,we need to book for prayer slots. Last time, we just walk in to pray anytime. Even though we had book a slot to pray, we are allow about fifteen minute to complete your prayer and move out. I can only pray to the Almighty that covic 19 pandemic is over and we go around our life as normal before the covic.

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    Siddique Hussein

    A peaceful & tranquil place. Truly a gem is this urban bustling landscape.

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    Rae

    Lush greenery of the kampong brought back childhood memories. A sniff of salty breeze filled the air… a taste of paradise.

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    Ramli Ariffin

    Like this places, kampung view, very rare in singapore. Good to introduce to young generations how singapore used to be.

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    Ramli Sichor

    nice place historic

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    unbitter89

    absolute kampung ambiance. carpark has an uneven ground, please walk with caution.

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    Rudy Rashid

    Alhamdulillah shukran

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    Annie

    If you are a muslim who wish to perform your prayer, this place will bring peace and serenity to you as it is situated ‘deep’ in the outskirt of Sembawang. Transport require to get there.

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    Amar Koul

    Alhamdullilah. We as a community should strive to preserve such religious landmarks for as long as we are able to. This is such a lovely masjid right by Singapore’s northern coastal line. Parking is aplenty so drivers need not worry – on the other hand, there is no public transport facilities here.

    I will definitely be back here again if time permits. In Syaa Allah.

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    Faisal Ishak

    Lovely old Mosque in northern Singapore.

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    Rosman RA

    Village feeling…

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    Muhammad Fahmi

    Gave out free Kueh! Free stuff is always good stuff haha

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    Fiqbotak Botak

    Nice place

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    Pan Arielle

    Friendly muslims

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    Mazlan Amat

    Nice place prayer hall so spacious surroundings with garden village atmosphere.

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    soh edward

    Rustic mosque at sembawang

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    Qaseh Mimi

    Muslim worship place.

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    Mohamed Hassan Noordin

    One of the oldest kampong mosque. The ambience of how kampong Is still there. Serene location to let go of the work stress and especially at this pandemic period.

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    Ismael Mero43

    The masjid of the forest in sg

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    Sir Gs

    Awesome and wonderful

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    Mokry Hashim

    Heritage and Vintage Mosque where Muslim can pray, relax and enjoy the cooling ambience in between the park. Hopefully Npark can help to improve the landscape better around the perimeter. Nearby the coast and canal.

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    abgjebatt

    Kampong scenery

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    Wan Joy - xKbss story

    Recently we went to the mosque and was welcome by friendly staff my cousin Zaleha. She inform us about the mosque before its a kampung that we used to stay duringbour school holidays. In thise days we used to swim at the sea and collected russels and cook or bbq. There is a spring water we used to bath after swim scared scolded by our mum because went to collect russels clams, the water is clear and cold. But today no more exist. If from main Road Andrew Road. Opposite there is naval base. Army camp NZ. Few stalls selling goreng pisang and other foods . Down the hill shops along the road. Jalan Selimang where my aunty stays. If you go further you can go all the way to tanjong irau and there is coconut tree near seaside. The coconut like triplets join together. We used to go there to and swim when high tight. Those days my aunt told us that there is white crocodile but its was legend the crocodile got twin. His sister kampong people call her mak Dara. There is a story that one day mak Dara husband went missing in the sea, so mak Dara call her brother to bring her husband, then suddenly the husband body brought by the white crocodile spirit of the white crocodile. Her grand daughter is my aunt neighbour (Yati if not mistaken)

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    zazin zinza

    Best environment who loves village style mosque…

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    Ibnu Rozaq

    Great

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    ManisGarage55

    Nice accommodation

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    Imran Hamid

    A once upon a time a malay settlement area. Took and compensated the settlers.Sold to Bukit Sembawang and voila!…and they leave the serene,quiet mosque alone….for a meantime …

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    Dzul Hjdzaid

    Nice ulu kampong with great view n smell and kampong

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    Uncle Daud

    A peaceful village atmosphere

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    Pak Man Ozil

    Good

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    Achmad Hidayat

    The Most old mosque be came heritage at Singapore with full muslim jemaat.

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    Nick Koh

    Kampong style mosque

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    Idris Rosli

    Nice village atmosphere..

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    zamri zam

    It’s quiet at night far from the settlement…it’s a bit scary

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    Rozlan Abdul Rahman

    Environmental felt in 70s..a very peaceful place for Sholat. Away from all the sound of machines and traffics.

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    Sherry Baker

    Dainty, quaint “kampong” (rural) mosque with a nice herbal & fruit garden surrounding it amidst beautiful lush greenery & mini forested area..

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    Md.Mostafizul Haque

    A Peaceful Place for The Thirsty Spiritual Souls.

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    Mohd Raffi

    Quiet but busy tiny Masjid tucked away from the hustle & bustle. During Friday prayer session the track road can be conjested where entry/exit may be limited due to the parking other than that it’s the quiet ambience with the Malay Settlement history worth checking out.

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    Ilyazar Ilyas

    Best place to go if u want that rural setting. The feeling of praying in a kampung atmosphere is refreshing.

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    norman soh

    Tranquil place, nostalgic

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    Meera Hussain

    Very peaceful place

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    WHYE ZuLL (ZICO)

    My nostalgic place

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    Azlan Ramdzan

    Beautiful and Calm Sceneries.

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    Mike Shary Production

    Visited this place for a wedding ceremony recently. Nice kampung atmosphere.

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    Muhammad Akmal Syahid

    Kampung feeling. Love the environment and the mosque itself. You should give it a try

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    Hasnan Kasim

    Very nostalgic feeling of the old kampung mosque

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    Ramlan Bin Kassim Sakaiman

    I remember when I used the path on Jalan Basong to go to the local mosque.

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    Othman Abdullah

    Ancient place MalayHeritage KAMPONG LIFESTYLE in 60’s The mosque.. menmade in woods n beautiful garden lots of plantation n HERBS leaves to look at!

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    Nor Fad

    Love the ambience. On my past 2 visits which took place at night, place was very quiet with very few people present. But it was very serene.. Worth the trip every single time.

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    Mizanur Rahman

    Like as a Bangladeshi masjid.

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    Doel Rossi

    A good old place remind of old kampong days.But pity car owner during friday pray always park and block motorcycle path.No brainer.

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    Sulika

    Love the kampung atmosphere at this remote mosque. There’s 2 swings nearby the mosque and the garden is well kept. Be equipped with insect repellant when you go there.

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    Rosdan Hussein

    Very serene good place for worshipping, it’s rural area.

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    Chusnul Fatimah

    It’s like a stadium.

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    Almoil Official

    Great masjid. Near the greenery and border. The nearer it gets to Malaysia it becomes like Malaysia. Located near Passion Wave @Sembawang. Is in a Malay Settlement

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    Manoj T W

    One of Ulu Ulu areas in Singapore. Located in Sembawang. A historical mosque since British Malaya time in Singapore.

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    Danial Hakkim

    Tranquil Sounds of Crickets whilst praying Love the Ambience

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    Yus Joseph

    Relaxing environment despite all the ghost story being told around the rea

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    Mohamad Yusoff

    Nice mosque. good environment

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    Mazlan Yusof

    Quiet serenity laid back and calm

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    mohammadnoor tawil

    Nice n quiet….

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    Effendy M Suhaimi

    Very friendly especially to the workers in such a mosque. Even without booking a place for Friday prayers recently after showing the application of Trace Together we were fully vaccinated, when we were told we were not allowed to enter the mosque in a professional manner.

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    Mohamed Hassan

    Ma sha Allah… I am amazed by the ambience, surrounding and heritage of this masjid.

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    IZZAD HELMY

    My go-to place in seek of solace. The kampung atmosphere is awesome!

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    Yan Rahmad (Yan Yan)

    The best kampung style mosque in Singapore

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    Sudirman Rosidi

    Love the kampung environment …

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    Mike Shary Production

    Visited this place for a wedding ceremony recently. Nice kampung atmosphere.

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    Mohamad Azlee

    The best

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    Azkebesta Mohamad

    Village

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    Jailani Mahmood

    One of the few mosques located within a quiet serinity within natures. Even though, I wasn’t born within the areas, but been staying in the North for more than 35 years.. I can see the development around it, but the mosque is always there, touching the hearts of the locals who were born within the vicinities. Love it…

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    Abu Kaab

    Masjid with parks

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    Jimmy Lee

    The kampung has been resettled for decades. The old mosque lives on; a cute and peaceful place.

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    Haziq Farhan

    The most village mosque in Singapore.

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    Fuad Jintoro

    Serenity. Calming. Home away from home

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