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Al-Abrar Mosque

25 Reviews

Al-Abrar Mosque

25 Reviews
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$26.86 per adult
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192 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068635 Singapore
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Telok AyerSingapore Mass Rapid Transit3 min
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Private Singapore Night Tour with Gardens by the Bay,Trishaw Ride & River Cruise
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Private Singapore Night Tour with Gardens by the Bay,Trishaw Ride & River Cruise

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At night, Singapore transforms into an illuminated metropolis like no other. Travel between the city’s evening attractions with ease on a private sightseeing tour that includes rides on a trishaw (three-wheeled rickshaw) and rowboat. While you receive the undivided attention of a private guide, you’ll get the inside scoop on areas such as Little India and Gardens by the Bay, and discover cultural information that you won’t find in the guide book.
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Della G wrote a review Mar 2020
Coquitlam, Canada798 contributions240 helpful votes
While exploring Singapore Chinatown we came across this interesting mosque nestled between storefronts. You could have walked past it, if not for the fact I read the historical marker on the building. You can hardly see the dome and minarets from across the street and you
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Date of experience: November 2019
Oldjack wrote a review Mar 2019
Greater Melbourne, Australia19,563 contributions2,147 helpful votes
'The original was a wodden thatched hit buiolt in 1927 by Tamil Immigrants from Southern India nd later replaced by the current brick building between 1850 and 1955.Inside is one large prayer room and the building covers the area of three shophouses and fortunately the grid
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Date of experience: March 2019
Ade wrote a review Nov 2018
Singapore, Singapore214 contributions92 helpful votes
This is one of the oldest mosques in Singapore. If you are in Telok Ayer area, this is the nearest mosque around. It is a Chulia mosque so the Friday sermon is mostly done in Tamil. The building is small though. You need to arrive at least 30 minutes before the prayer time on
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Alexey I wrote a review Oct 2016
35 contributions7 helpful votes
Unlike Abdul Gafoor Mosque, Al-Arab one is not so impressive. If your schedule in Singapore is tight you won't miss a lot if you skip this mosque.
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Date of experience: October 2016
Bella R wrote a review Apr 2016
Perth, Australia141 contributions33 helpful votes
We stumbled across this mosque while exploring Chinatown. The two young men who were there to tell you about the mosque were so welcoming and a real pleasure to spend time with. The mosque is only tiny and understated by comparison to Abdul Gafoor Mosque in Kampong Glam (
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Date of experience: April 2016
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