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Built in 1963, the single-storey mosque with a tall minaret distinctively painted in yellow and green is probably the last remaining kampong Mosque in Singapore. The mosque’s entrance is sheltered by a noticeable tall rubber tree in what used to...more

Singapore, Singapore

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Built in 1963, the single-storey mosque with a tall minaret distinctively painted in yellow and green is probably the last remaining kampong Mosque in Singapore. The mosque’s entrance is sheltered by a noticeable tall rubber tree in what used to be rubber plantations within the Malay settlement.

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