Al-Huda Mosque

The current structure was built in 1966, but the mosque’s history went back to 1905 when the land was placed into a wakaf for the building of a mosque, and subsequently a small mosque was then built on the land. In 1925, a proper mosque structure – akin to mosques found in Java – was built and named Masjid Kampong Coronation.

In 1966, the mosque was rebuilt into its current structure and in 1971 renamed, Masjid Al-Huda. In 2014, the mosque underwent enhancement works and can now accommodate 350 congregants. Its activities are confined to daily and Friday prayers as well as celebrations of Islamic festivities.

Getting There

34 Jalan Haji Alias, Singapore 268534

  By cab

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