" ... the said mosque shall always remain and be a public place of worship for all Muslims.”

Mohammed Salleh Eusoof (MSE) Angullia, 30th June 1898

A Short History

Masjid Angullia was built on land bequeathed by late merchant and philanthropist Mohammed Salleh Eusoof (MSE) Angullia in 1890.

It was first rebuilt and expanded in 1970 to a two-storey building, and then redeveloped once more in 2018. Today, it is a four storey modern building with amenities to better serve the needs of the multi cultural congregants that frequent the area.

Vision

​To be a Centre of Islamic Excellence for Community Engagement & Education

Mision

To uphold the Core Values of Islam while contributing to the betterment of Family, Community & the Nation

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Contact us

265 Serangoon Road Singapore 218099

Masjid Angullia was built on wakaf land bequeathed by late merchant and philanthropist Mohammed Salleh Eusoof (MSE) Angullia in 1890. It has been an iconic landmark in the area of Serangoon Road and Little India for more than 130 years.

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