Etymology and history
Mosque Street is named after the Jamae Mosque, referred to by Muslims as Masjid Jamae (Chulia), located on the South Bridge Road end of the street. The mosque was built in 1830 by the Chulia Muslims from the Coromandel Coast in India.
Mosque Street was the site of ten stables.
- Victor R. Savage, Brenda S A Yeoh (2004), Toponymics - A Study of Singapore Street Names, Eastern University Press, ISBN 981-210-364-3
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