Where to Get Free bubur in Mosques in Singapore

By Halal Trip | 13, Jun, 2017
Where to Get Free bubur in Mosques in Singapore
Rice porridge is a suhoor and iftar staple all over the world, although each culture and cuisine has its different version and with unique flavors, textures, and aromas.

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Bubur Lambuk, also known as Bubur Masjid, is Singapore’s version of this famous dish. It is a soupy rice porridge that is made using meat (most commonly chicken), vegetables, cashew paste, raisins, spices, olive oil, and of course, rice! It is served all over Singapore during the month, and if you haven't tried bubur from mosques during Ramadan, you have to rectify that immediately!
Lucky for you, most mosques in Singapore distribute free Bubur for iftar every single day. Here’s a list of mosques where you can head to try some of the best bubur from mosques during Ramadan 2017.


1) Masjid Sultan

Location: 3, Muscat Street, Singapore 198833.
Contact: 6293 4405
How to Get There:
Bus Services: (SBS): 2, 7, 12, 32, 33, 51, 62, 63, 80, 133, 145, 197
(TIBS): 190, 61, 603, 61, 851, 960, 961, 980
Nearest MRT Station: Bugis (EW12)
This magnificent and iconic mosque is not only one of the largest and most popular mosques in Singapore, it is also a national monument. It was built during the colonial times in 1824, and rebuilt later in 1920. Masjid Sultan is one of the best places to get free Bubur during Ramadan, and it serves thousands of people every day!

2) Masjid Al-Mawaddah

Location: 151 Compassvale Bow, Singapore 544997.
Contact: +65 6489 0224
How to Get There:
Bus Services: Bus No. 109, 156, 159 and 161 (Al-Mawaddah Mosque Bus Stop)
Bus No. 27 & 43 (Buangkok Bus Stop)
Nearest MRT Stations: Buangkok MRT station (300m away), and Renjong LRT station (400m away).
Masjid Al-Mawaddah is a mosque that preaches a message of “family first”, aiming to bring families and communities together as one under Allah (sub) and to help the Muslim community grow develop in education, society, and more. Bubur Masjid distribution begins after Asr prayers, and if the long queues aren’t an indication for its deliciousness, we don’t know what is!

3) Masjid Ar-Raudhah

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Location: 30 Bukit Batok East Ave 2, Singapore 659919.
Contact: +65 6899 5840
How to Get There:
Nearest Bus Stop: Bus 653, 176 and 985
Nearest MRT Station: Bukit Batok MRT (NS2)
Masjid Ar-Raudhah was established in 1993, and is currently is one of the thirteen mosques in the South West Mosque Cluster (SWMC). The mosque is dedicated to serving the community, as well as conducting charity and dawah events. One such event is the distribution of suhoor meals and Bubur for iftar during Ramadan. Volunteers, including many kids, gather together to pack these meals. They even call these volunteers “Buburbots”!

4) Masjid Malabar

Location: 471 Victoria Street, Singapore 198370.
Contact: +65 6294 3862
How to Get There:
Nearest Bus Stop: Bus 61, NR7, 133, 2, 7, 12, 32, 33, 51, 63, 80, 107M, 107, 145, 175 and bus stop B01211
Nearest MRT Station: Lavender MRT (EW11)
Situated in the corner where Jalan Sultan meets Victoria Street is the only Malabar mosque in Singapore. It was constructed in 1962 and is governed by the Malabar Muslim Jama’th, a community of Muslims originating from the South Indian state Kerala. They also distribute Ramadan Bubur, following the tradition in Singapore and India. The Bubur tastes different from the traditional Singapore one as it is made according to the tastes and techniques of Keralan congee, which is mouthwateringly good and unique (as you won’t get it anywhere else in Singapore).

5) Masjid Hang Jebat

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Location: 100 Jln Hang Jebat, Singapore 139520.
Contact: +65 6471 1912
How to Get There:
Nearest Bus Stop: Bus 961#, 61, 855, 961, 51, 93, 100, 123, 147, 153, 196 and 198 and bus stop B11031
Nearest MRT Station: Queenstown MRT (EW19)
Constructed and opened in 1963, Masjid Hang Jebat is a mosque that revels in its rustic charm, happy to keep serving the community today as it did all those years ago. It is part of the Queenstown Heritage Trail and as one of the very few old-generation kampung mosques that still remain in Singapore, it is definitely worth a visit. And while you’re there, you can enjoy their awesome free Ramadan Bubur as well!


6) Masjid Al-Mukminin 

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Location: 271 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 609603.
Contact: +65 6567 7777
How to Get There:
Bus Services: (SBS) 98, 105, 183, 502
(TIBS) 176, 187, 188
Nearest MRT Station: Jurong East MRT (NS1/EW24)
Masjid Al-Mukminin was built in 1987 and is financed by the Mosque Building Fund. Its four-storey building can accommodate up to 4,500 people. Along with regular prayers and Islamic lectures, this mosque also houses many other community service amenities like an auditorium, conference room, madrasah, kindergarten, and more. And let’s not forget their Bubur distribution during the month of Ramadan!


7) Masjid Jamae (Chulia)

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Location: 218, South Bridge Road, Singapore 058767.
Contact: 6221 4165

How to Get There:
Bus Services: (SBS): 2, 12, 33, 54, 62, 63, 81, 103, 124, 143, 143M, 147, 147M, 166
(TIBS): 603, 608, 61, 851, 961
Nearest MRT Station: Chinatown (NE4)
Masjid Jamae, built in 1826 was a contribution by the Chulian community in Singapore. Its architecture resembles typical South-Indian style buildings and the mosque has a capacity of 1,500 people. Situated in one of the main parts of the island, the mosque plays host mainly to South Indian workers and families. Religious classes and lectures are conducted in Tamil. The mosque serves iftar including delightful south-Indian Bubur (congee) during Ramadan to over 600 people every day!


8) Masjid Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim

Locaion: 30 Telok Blangah Rd, Singapore 098827.
Contact: +65 6273 6043
How to Get There:
Bus Services: (SBS): 10, 30, 65, 80, 85, 97, 100, 131, 143, 143M, 145, 166, 507
(TIBS): 176, 188, 61, 855, 963
Nearest MRT Station: Harbour Front (NE1)
Built in 1890 and rebuilt in 1993, this mosque is situated in a central part of the island, which makes it easily accessible for many people. Although it might not stand out at first glance, it is always packed during prayers and its various other events like lectures and celebrations. It is also one of the best places to get bubur from mosques during Ramadan.