Masjid Wak Tanjong

This masjid named after a native Malay Muslim of bygone era of early Singapore. Located in a prime location whereby it is located exactly opposite to Paya Lebar MRT station and it is useful for the people who travels and during the time can able to complete their prayer obligation. The original Masjid Wak Tanjong which was wakaf (endowment) by Wak Tanjong was built with wooden structures. It was subsequently rebuilt sometime during 1930s using bricks. The fa├žade and structure of the old mosque was rebuilt under the provision of the preservation laws in 1995. In 1998, the masjid was reopened after undergoing a major restructuring. In addition a two storey extension was also built adjacent to the original mosque from land that was wakaf by the family of Haji Hassan Bin Hj Thamby from Malacca. The mosque has a capacity of 500 people.
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Information

25 Paya Lebar Road Singapore, Singapore 409004
+65 6747 2743
enquiry@waktanjong.mosque.org.sg