Al-Abrar Mosque in Singapore’s Chinatown is a National Monument
Al-Abrar Mosque in Singapore’s Chinatown is a gazette National Monument of Singapore.
The original Al Abrar Mosque was built in a hut in 1827 by immigrants from South India, especially members of the “Chulia” community. Hence Al Abrar Masjid is also known as “Masjid Chulia”.
Al-Abrar Mosque is also known as “Kuchu Palli”, which mean Hut Mosque.
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