14 PLACES YOU CAN PRAY AT IN SINGAPORE’S TOURISTY AREAS (OTHER THAN THE MOSQUE)

14 PLACES YOU CAN PRAY AT IN SINGAPORE’S TOURISTY AREAS (OTHER THAN THE MOSQUE)
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In culturally-diverse Singapore, beautiful mosques are plenty across the country should you need a quiet respite to perform your daily prayers. But it may be a challenge to find a nearby mosque in tourist hotspots!

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Uncover prayer spaces within places of interests in Singapore where you can pray comfortably with prayer mats and garments readily available for use 😊 We’ve compiled a list of 14 places you can pray across four main touristy areas in Singapore!
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Marina South Area

1. Singapore Flyer

This gargantuan observation wheel is the largest in Asia, with views that stretch beyond Singapore’s borders. While on board the Singapore Flyer, look out for Changi Airport and Sentosa Island, as well as peeks of Malaysia and Indonesia just beyond the horizon☺️

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The prayer room is on Level 1 West Promenade (opposite the DBS ATM/AXS machines). Do approach the staff at the Guest Services Lounge on Level 1 for assistance. Prayer mats and telekung (praying garments for ladies) are available for use.
Address: 30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803
Opening Hours: 8.00am to 11.00pm
2. Gardens by the Bay

An iconic garden in the city, Gardens by the Bay is a horticultural attraction that houses places of interest like Supertree Groove and Flower Dome. Stop by during nightfall to see the place illuminated in dazzling display of light works which are bound to blow you away😍

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The musollah is right beside Texas Chicken at the Supertree Dining area, marked by a white door labelled “Mushollah” which leads to a small room that can fit up to 5 people. Prayer mats and telekung, as well as slippers to share for ablution, are available for use. Ablution are to be taken at nearest toilet located at the Supertree Dining area.

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Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
3. Marina Square Shopping Centre

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The musollah is situated at the Basement 1 Carpark. Look out for the escalator between Coffee Bean Bistro and Manhattan Fish Market and take it down to the basement level. You should find yourself in the carpark’s Green Zone. The musollah is near lot 67. Prayer mats and telekung are available for use. Ablution can be taken at the nearest toilet located on levels B1 and 1 for men and women respectively.
Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594
4. Raffles City Shopping Centre

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The musollah is on the second level of the mall, snugly located in front of one of the escalators. Look for the hallway between Warehouse and G2000 and walk down towards the doors. There are signs to dictate the musollah by gender. Prayer mats are available. Ablution can be taken by the nearby toilet.
#HHWT Tip: There’s a big Handicap toilet at Level 3 of the mall (beside the nursing room). It’s great for taking wuduk!
Address: 252 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179103

Sentosa Island


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An island resort off Singapore’s southern coast, Sentosa is connected to the city by road, cable car, pedestrian boardwalk and monorail and is home to various attractions like South East Asia’s largest aquarium as well as the Universal Studios Singapore theme park.
1. Universal Studio Singapore

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The musollah is a small room close to the popular Battlestar Galactica ride. A green lamp post is said to be the indicator of the musollah’s location where you’ll turn right after it and follow down the path, passing the lockers leading to the room. There is an area to take ablution in the musollah itself. Prayer mats are available although it is advisable to bring your own telekung as there is only one to share.

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Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
2. Beach Station Monorail

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There is another prayer room on Sentosa Island at Beach Station (just two stops away on monorail from Waterfront Station). After alighting from the monorail, head to the escalator opposite the information counter and head down to the carpark on Basement 1. There are signs pointing to the prayer rooms which are right next to lot 198.

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A small ablution area is available just outside the rooms. Alternatively, there are toilets available upstairs at Beach Station itself. Prayer mats and telekung are also available for use.

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#HHWT Tip: There is a third prayer room on Sentosa at KidZania but it is open only for paying guests.
Address: 50 Beach View, Singapore 098604

Singapore Wildlife Reserves attractions

You wouldn’t want to miss Singapore’s award-winning wildlife reserves like the rainforest zoo and themed-safaris. Board the guided trams or trek on foot to explore these massive and immersive reserve parks where you get to experience some of the most distinctive wildlife habitats of the world.
1. Singapore Zoo

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The zoo’s First Aid station doubles up as a musollah and you can approach the uniformed staff members for assistance into the room. Do note that the musollah is at the entrance of the zoo so you may wish to perform your prayers before exploring the zoo or right after you do! Ablution are to be taken at the nearby toilet which is close to KFC. Prayer mats and telekung are available for use.

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#HHWT Tip: If you’re visiting the Night Safari or the River Safari, you can also use this musollah as the three parks share the same First Aid station☺️
Address: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
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City Area/Orchard Road


An iconic Singapore attraction, the Orchard Road shopping belt is the country’s central district. Whether to indulge in some serious retail therapy, chow down on good food or to soak up the city sights, Orchard Road can certainly cater to all your needs😎
1. Regent Hotel

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This shared musollah is at the carpark on Basement 2, made accessible from outside of the building by a staircase. The prayer room is open for all but its small space limits 3 to 4 people at any one time. Prayer mats and telekung are available for use.
Address: 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715
2. The Adelphi

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The musollah is located under the staircase of level three. Look out for the Exit sign next to unit #03-09 and enter the door (Staircase 2), heading straight ahead. Slippers are provided for ablution which can be taken at the nearby toilet of the same floor. Prayer mats and telekung are also available.
Address: 1 Coleman Street, Singapore 179803
3. Royal Plaza on Scotts

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To get to the musollah, proceed to the reception area on ground level. Turn right where the elevators are and look for the exit door that states “To Surau and Carpark”. Through the doors and up the staircase, there is a room to the left that is marked as “Surau/Prayer Room”. Prayer mats and telekung are available. Ablution can be taken inside the room itself!
Address: 25 Scotts Road, Singapore 228220
4. Wisma Atria Shopping Centre

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The musollah is at the seventh level of the staircase area. Take the cargo lift (Service Lift 9) near Isetan and the public toilet, up to the carpark on the seventh floor. Take a left turn and walk straight to the end of the carpark before turning right. The pathway will lead to a “Fire Exit/Staircase 2” door where the musollah is located. Prayer mats and telekung are available. For ablution, there is a small ceramic basin with a tap right outside the door.
Address: 435 Orchard Road, 238877
5. Lucky Plaza

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The musollah is by the carpark on eighth floor. Take the cargo lift to level eight and take a left turn, walking through to the end of the carpark where the resting area is. Look out for lots 86 and 87 and the musollah is right next to it! Prayer mats and telekung available. Do take your ablution at a toilet in the mall before heading up to the musollah☺️
Address: 304 Orchard Road, Singapore 238863

Chinatown


These hotels are located in the heart of cultural-rich Chinatown, making both places convenient to perform your prayers amidst exploring the popular tourist hotspot of the Chinatown area!
1. Furama City Centre

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The musollah is on the lobby level, just beside the toilet and Tiffany Cafe and Restaurant. A key is required to unlock the room so do request for staff assistance at the reception! Prayer mats and telekung are available for use. There is also a convenient ablution place inside the room itself.

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Address: 60 Eu Tong Sen Street, Singapore 059804
2. Furama Hotel (Riverfront)

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The musollah is located on level three, along the same hallway as Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant! In the direction towards the toilet, head to the end of the corridor where a marked door leads to a small room.

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Do note that the space can be tight for two people so you might need to wait for your turn to pray. Prayer mats and telekung are available for use. A small wash area is available inside the room itself for ablution☺️

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Address: 405 Havelock Rd, Singapore 169633
And there you have it! Whether you’re shopping along Orchard Road, exploring the culture heritage of Chinatown or visiting Singapore’s wildlife reserves, these conveniently-located musollahs are available for you to perform your daily prayers with ease. May this list benefit you the next time you’re in this city-state😊
If you found this article helpful, you have to check out even more prayer spaces, yummy halal eateries and attractions in Singapore, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, London and Bangkok on the web version of the HHWT Travel Planner! What’s more, you can enjoy amazing special deals at selected eateries! SIGN UP on our platform for FREE to reveal the code and redeem your awesome deals instantly 🤗

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