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Jamae Mosque


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Jamae Mosque


Established in 1826 at the historic Chinatown district by Tamil Muslim migrants from South India, Jamae Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Singapore. The mosque is a conspicuous landmark in its predominantly Chinese location, and is even believed to have influenced the naming of its adjacent Mosque Street.

Currently managed by the Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS), Jamae Mosque was first placed under a panel of court-appointed trustees until 1961, before it was succeeded by the Muslim and Hindu Endowment Board till 1968, and finally handed over to the present MUIS.  
Despite having undergone several phases of renovation and expansion, the structure of Jamae Mosque remains largely unchanged from the time it was first built. Its gate and compound follow the urban planning grid, while the buildings within the compound are oriented to face Mecca. The mosque has an eclectic architecture, with its entrance gate being distinctively South Indian, while its two prayer halls and shrine in the Neo-Classical style. Its entrance foyer leads into the ancillary prayer room, featuring rows of Tuscan columns as well as large windows with Chinese green-glazed tiles at the base that provide good ventilation. Double-leaf timber doors lead into the main prayer hall, which has a series of Doric columns. Displaying both Eastern and Western influences, this unique architecture has certainly made Jamae Mosque an iconic religious monument of Singapore.

Jamae Mosque was gazetted as a national monument on 29th November 1974. 

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