Hajjah Fatimah Mosque
Getting there:Take the MRT to Lavender Station (EW11) and walk towards Beach Road.
Contact:(+65) 6297 2774
Operating Hours:Daily 8.30am - 12pm and 2.30pm - 5pm.
Description: The Hajjah Fatimah Mosque is perhaps the best representation of Singapre's multicultural society, featuring an eclectic mix of both local Islamic, Chinese and European architectural styles. Designed by colonial architect John Turnbull Thomson and named after the philanthropist Hajjah Fatimah, who built houses and mosques for the needy and the destitute in Singapore, the mosque's brown and cream-colored walls, entrance gate, the cleansing area, the prayer hall, the mausoleum, and garden hold true stylistically to its Malacca and European counterparts.