Reminiscing the Kampung Days with the Masjid Kampung Siglap
No one knows exactly when Masjid Kampung Siglap was first built. It was widely believed that the mosque was collectively built by the village folk, in which most of them were fishermen who toiled away for the building of the mosque. Unlike the usual domes that would be expected of a mosque, Masjid Kampung Siglap is distinctly Malay in its architecture. Be intrigued by the stories of Mr Nailul as he takes you through a time capsule, where the old prayer hall remains unchanging to its times and the use of steel panels alike to wooden planks is a reminiscence of the good old kampong ambience.
Khadijah Mosque & Religious Rehabilitation Group
583 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389522
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