Fodor's Expert Review Jamae Mosque

Chinatown and Tiong Bahru Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Popularly called Masjid Chulia, this simple, almost austere mosque was built in 1826 by Chulia Muslims from India's Coromandel Coast, on its southeast shore. So long as it isn't prayer time and the doors are open, you're welcome to step inside for a look (you must be dressed conservatively and take your shoes off before entering; women may need shawls or scarves to cover their heads).

Religious Building/Site/Shrine

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218 South Bridge Rd.
Singapore, Central Singapore  058767, Singapore

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