Jamae Mosque

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One of Singapore’s earliest mosques, the Jamae was founded in 1827 by Muslim Indian entrepreneurs from southern India (the Chulias – it’s also known as the Chulia Mosque). In contrast to so many 19th- century religious sites, it hasn’t been renovated, but the curious architecture – a medley of South Indian, neoclassical and Muslim influences – still shines through, and the interior is well maintained.


Venue name: Jamae Mosque
Address: 218 South Bridge Road
Opening hours: 5.45am-9.30pm daily
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