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Interesting mosque with unique sloping minaret

Interesting mosque near Kampong Glam. We were able to visit between prayer time. Has a minaret... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2015
Mark G
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Don't Adjust Your Glassws

Located in Kampong Glam area this mosque is worth a visit. You cannot enter the interior but are... read more

Reviewed 18 September 2015
Swisshen
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Perhaps the most unusual feature you’ll notice here is a distinctive minaret designed by an unidentified European architect. The tower leans about six degrees off centre – making this one of the most unique sights in Singapore.
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4001 Beach Road Hajjah Fatimah Mosque, Singapore 199584, Singapore
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Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a simple and dignified mosque, centrally located in Kampong Glam. The style is called Middle Eastern - Victorian and it was built in 1846. A prominent Singaporean lady, Hajjah Fatimah lived here and left the land in her Will for a mosque to...More

Thank Jeanette M
Reviewed 15 April 2018

My brother-in-law told us that menstruating women are not permitted to enter the mosque. Since my sister was still menstruating, and I was dressed inappropriately, we decided to just looked at the mosque from the outside.

Thank WenYap_spc
Reviewed 4 March 2018

Tucked away from the main street behind buildings, the Hajjah Fatimah Mosque is worth visiting - simple, yet elegant.

Thank Hydrogels
Reviewed 19 December 2015

My husband & I was looking for a place to pray, after eating Sup Tulang Merah at Hj Kadir (Golden Mile foodcourt). We were directed by Hj Kadir's worker to the 'mosque beside the foodcourt'. Lo & Behold! This is just not an ordinary mosque....More

2  Thank mardhiy
Reviewed 30 November 2015

Masjid Hajjah Fatima is a lovely piece of architecture and one of the must see Mosques in Singapore. We had a lovely walk of Singapore taking a look at all the temples and mosques we could find - we recommend that you take time to...More

3  Thank emtrey
Reviewed 9 October 2015

Interesting mosque near Kampong Glam. We were able to visit between prayer time. Has a minaret which slops (like the learning tower of Pisa). Very interesting.

1  Thank Mark G
Reviewed 18 September 2015

Located in Kampong Glam area this mosque is worth a visit. You cannot enter the interior but are allowed to look in from the doorway. The Minaret leans at about a six degree angle due to the foundations being built on sandy soil,

1  Thank Swisshen
Reviewed 28 December 2014

This mosque is located about 500m or so from the Sultan mosque, but is still worth the visit if you can manage the walk. The interior is nothing particularly special and a quick look is sufficient.

1  Thank KGB777
Reviewed 8 August 2014

Like the Masjid Sultan and Masjid Chulia, this is one of Singapore's very few mosques that remained in its old architecture. donated by a wealthy Malay Muslim lady in the mid 19th century. It is relatively small, which I assumed to cater specifically the Muslim...More

Thank Zalsapehuh
Reviewed 11 March 2014

This mosque is perhaps best known for having a spire (or whatever you call it on a mosque) that leans. Which can make for an interesting photo. The mosque itself is not overly interesting and the structure itself is tucked away in an area not...More

Thank Paul L
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