In the 60s, this masjid was one of the important symbols for the villagers living in kampung around Bedok.
It was first built in 1883 and this single-storey masjid has gone several renovations. It now serves the handful residents living nearby as well as in the East. It also attracts worshippers from other areas as well who happen to be in the vicinity.
It has an approximate capacity of 400, and the masjid holds regular religious classes taught by famous teachers from Singapore and guest teachers from around the region.
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This mosque is very near the Bedok Corner Food Centre. I had been there a couple of times for Friday prayers. Parking is not a very easy thing to do around here if you drive. You would have to park at the nearby public carpark at the Food Centre and then walk a little. Or, you could take a risk by parking at the side of the road, but beware, the "saman hantu" comes haunting pretty often.
For those living around the mosque, they would perhaps find an affinity for it. For me, it happened to be the most convenient mosque available to me then. The design still echoed a kampong-like sensibility about it but for its long time visitors, it is special despite it.