Jamek Queenstown Mosque
Officially opened in December 1964, the mosque was built from donations poured in by the community and residents living in the area to meet the religious needs of an increasing number of Muslims in the Redhill and Queenstown area. Located at the junction of Margaret Drive and Tanglin Road, the mosque stands out with its distinctive minaret and Javanese architectural elements such as the tiered roof.
Today, the mosque remains a social and religious centre for Muslim residents of Queenstown. Activities are confined to weekend madrasah classes as well as religious lectures on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.