List of mosques in Singapore

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This is a list of mosques in Singapore.

Name Images City Year Capacity Remarks
Masjid Abdul Aleem Sidique Telok Kurau 1957
Masjid Abdul Gafoor Masjid Abdul Gaffoor 6, Sep 06.JPG Little India 1859 3000 worshipers Popular amongst the Indian-Muslim community in Singapore.
Masjid Abdul Hamid Kampong Pasiran Masjid Abdul Hamid Kg Pasiran.jpg Novena 1932 500 worshipers Located nearby Novena MRT Station.
Masjid Ahmad Masjid Ahmad, Singapore.jpg Pasir Panjang 1934
Masjid Ahmad Ibrahim Masjid Ahmad Ibrahim facade, Yishun, Singapore - 20090526.jpg Sembawang Road 1955 1000 worshipers
Masjid Al-Taqua Bedok 1883 400 worshipers
Masjid Al-Abdul Razak Masjid Al-Abdul Razak Exterior.jpg Kembangan 1965 600 worshipers An old-generation mosque on what was formerly known as the Jalan Eunos Malay Settlement.
Masjid Al-Abrar Al-Abrar Mosque, Jan 06.JPG Central Area 1855 800 worshipers In 1974, the old generation masjid was gazetted as one of Singapore's national monuments.
Masjid Al-Amin Bukit Merah 1991 3000 worshipers
Masjid Al-Ansar Masjid Al-Ansar 2016.jpg Bedok 1981 4500 worshipers Upgraded in 2015 and could now accommodate 4500 worshipers.
Masjid Al-Falah Central Area 1987 2000 worshipers The mosque initially accommodated 1500 worshipers. It was upgraded in 2016 and could now accommodate an additional 500 worshipers.
Masjid Al-Firdaus Western Water Catchment 1962 200 worshipers
Masjid Al-Amin Telok Blangah 1991 3000 worshipers Located at Telok Blangah
Masjid Al-Huda Masjid Al-Huda, Singapore - 20070726.jpg Bukit Timah 1966 350 worshipers
Masjid Al-Iman Masjid Al-Iman May 2017.jpg Bukit Panjang 2004 5000 worshipers Located in Bukit Panjang.
Masjid Al Islah Masjid Al Islah, Singapore.jpeg Punggol 2015 4500 worshipers
Masjid Al-Istighfar Pasir Ris 1999 3300 worshipers Located in Pasir Ris
Masjid Al-Istiqamah Alistiqamah.jpg Serangoon North Avenue 2 1999 3300 worshipers
Masjid Al-Khair Teck Whye Estate 1997 3300 worshipers
Masjid Al-Mawaddah Masjid Al-Mawaddah.jpg Sengkang 2009 4000 worshipers Located in Sengkang
Masjid Alkaff Kampung Melayu Masjid Alkaff Kg Melayu April 2017.jpg Bedok Reservoir 1994 3000 worshipers
Masjid Al-Muttaqin Ang Mo Kio 1980 4000 worshipers
Masjid An-Nahdhah Masjid An-Nahdhah 2.jpg Bishan 2006 4000 worshipers Co-located within the building is the Harmony Centre @ An-Nahdhah visitor center
Masjid Angullia Little India 1890 1500 worshipers Masjid Angullia is one of the oldest mosques in Singapore since 1890s.
Masjid Bencoolen Entrance to Masjid Bencoolen.jpg Bencoolen Street 2001 1100 worshipers Located at along Bencoolen Street.
Masjid Darul Ghufran Exterior of Masjid Darul Ghufran. .jpg Tampines 1991 5500 worshipers Masjid Darul Ghufran is the 2nd largest mosque in Singapore, serving 5500 worshipers when refurbished in 2018. It is located in Tampines.
Masjid Darul Makmur Yishun 1987 3500 worshipers Located in Yishun.
Masjid En-Naeem Hougang 1983 2500 worshipers Located in Hougang.
Masjid Haji Mohd Salleh (Geylang Road) Geylang 1896
Masjid Haji Muhammad Salleh (Palmer Road) Makam Habib Noh.JPG Central Area 1903 1200 worshipers In addition to the mosque itself, the management also helps to upkeep visitors to Maqam Habib Noh. The institution is currently undergoing upgrading.
Masjid Haji Yusoff Serangoon Garden 1995 400 worshipers
Masjid Hajjah Fatimah Hajjah Fatimah Mosque, Dec 05.JPG Kampong Glam 1846
Masjid Hang Jebat Masjid Hang Jebat.jpg Queenstown 1973 600 worshipers Located in Queenstown. It is one of the few old-style mosques left in Singapore.
Masjid Jamae Jamae Mosque 3, Dec 05.JPG Chinatown 1826 Also known as Chulia Mosque
Masjid Malabar Malabar Mosque 2, Jan 06.JPG Kampong Glam 1962 1000 worshipers
Masjid Muhajirin Toa Payoh 1977 Since 2009, the mosque is co-located within the campus of Singapore Islamic Hub with MUIS HQ.
Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka, Mar 06.JPG Central Area 1820 1000 worshipers The oldest surviving mosque built after the East India Company decided to start a trading outpost in Singapore in 1819.
Masjid Omar Salmah Bukit Brown 1973 300 worshipers
Masjid Pertempatan Melayu Sembawang Sembawang 1970 300 worshipers
Masjid Sallim Mattar Sallim Mattar Mosque.jpg MacPherson 1960 1400 worshipers
Masjid Sultan Sultan Mosque 2, Dec 05.JPG Kampong Glam 1826 5000 worshipers
Masjid Taha MesjidTaha.jpg Geylang 1930 300 worshipers The only purpose built mosque of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Singapore.
Masjid Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim Telok Blangah 1993 1500 worshipers It is the only mosque owned by the Malaysian state of Johor and managed by the Johor Religious Department.
Masjid Tentera Diraja Masjid Tentera Diraja.jpg Clementi Woods 1961 1000 worshipers
Masjid Yusof Ishak Woodlands 2017 4500 worshipers Yusof Ishak Mosque is located in Woodlands.

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