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Islamic Cultural Centre

A small but interesting museum outlining the history of Indian Muslims in Singapore. Plenty of well... read more

Reviewed 28 February 2018
PeterLanky
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Wigan, United Kingdom
Lacy Shrine in Singapore built by Muslims from Southern India

Shrine with lacy facade: 2 arched windows flank an arched doorway, with columns in between. There... read more

Reviewed 3 November 2017
Sandy812
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Singapore, Singapore
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28 Feb 2018
“Islamic Cultural Centre”
3 Nov 2017
“Lacy Shrine in Singapore built by Muslims from Southern India”
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140 Telok Ayer Street Nagore Dargah Indian Muslim Heritage Centre, Singapore 068604, Singapore
+65 6324 0021
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Reviewed 28 February 2018

A small but interesting museum outlining the history of Indian Muslims in Singapore. Plenty of well labelled and described exhibits along with a collection of photographs.

Thank PeterLanky
Reviewed 3 November 2017

Shrine with lacy facade: 2 arched windows flank an arched doorway, with columns in between. There are tiny cutout windows and a small arched doorway in the middle. Two 14-level minarets rise, with 3 tiny domed cutouts on each level and onion domes on top.

Thank Sandy812
Reviewed 23 July 2017 via mobile

There is Nothing to see here.it is closed. You can only take a photo outside of this. It is not so worthy..

Thank Greco S
Reviewed 10 June 2017

Historical shrine built by Muslims from Southern India around 1828. Rebuilt several times from its original wood and thatch to its present form - it could be the oldest religious monument in Singapore. Sadly it was closed when I went and did not have time...More

Thank hoosainnarker
Reviewed 13 March 2017 via mobile

We really enjoyed our visit here today. The Museum is small but the history boards are well written and the photographs and displays are great. We were warmly welcomed. What a rich history this community has. All new to us. We were doing a Heritage...More

Thank Beverley73
Reviewed 24 December 2016

A beautiful shrine built by Muslims from southern India, it was gazetted as national monuments in 1974. Inside the shrine, there are galleries to explain the history of the shrine and the story of the Indian Muslim in Singapore. Worth a visit if you are...More

Thank YSL88
Reviewed 7 January 2015

This is a small but interesting museum devoted to aspects of Singapore's Indian muslim community. Located on the corner of Boon Tat and Telok Ayer streets it's easily accessible and worth visiting as you explore the area. There is no fee to enter. The building...More

3  Thank KGB777
Reviewed 22 September 2014

This is right next to the Thian Hock temple, so it's worth taking a photo as you walk past. I went on a Sunday, and it was not open to visitors, so there is not much to say about it.

2  Thank SkyKing23
Reviewed 7 March 2013

If you are passing, maybe heading to Chinatown then stop by and take a photo. I am not sure you can go inside, we didn't.

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