Built in 1986 under the Mosque Building Fund (MBF) scheme, the mosque located at Jalan Eunos in the east can accommodate up to 3,500 people. Besides madrasah classes, it is also a popular venue for haj courses organised by travel agents. The mosque has since underwent a major addition and alteration project which was completed in 2005 and again in 2016.
Combining Malay architecture with Islamic art, the mosque is one of the few mosques in Singapore which features the pitched-roof structure commonly found in the Malay archipelago. The mosque replaces Masjid Aminah in Geylang which had to give way for redevelopment.