One of the earliest Mosques in Chinatown area of Singapore. The present structure dates back to 1835. The mosque's architectural style is eclectic. While the entrance gate is distinctively South Indian, the two prayer halls are Neo-Classical style typical of George Drumgoole Coleman. This unique appearance has made the mosque a well-photographed landmark, seen in postcards from the 19th century to the present day.
Chulia Masjid 218 South Bridge Road Chinatown Singapore 058767
62214165 / 63235971 62257425
Language of service
English/ Tamil/ Urdu
All prayers including formal jum'a
- Female prayer section
- Wudu facilities for ladies
- Toilets At walking distance
Lovely masjid with simple yet beautiful and serene design and decor. Friendly staff encourage you to take a look around. Good facilities for ladies.