Hajjah Fatimah Mosque

Built in 1846, the Hajjah Fatimah Mosque is named after a Malacca-born Malay who married a wealthy Bugis Sultan. Although it exhibits a combination of architectural influences, it has a decidedly British flavour.

Visitors are advised to dress conservatively as this is a place of worship. Skirts or trousers should be long and no sleeveless tops.

4001 Beach Road Singapore 199584

Getting There
Take the MRT to Lavender Station (EW11) and walk toward Beach Road.