Masjid Al-Abdul Razak
Nestled amidst the private housing of the well-to-do Malays in the Kembangan area, this old generation masjid was built in 1965.
The masjid has an approximate capacity of 300 after undergoing renovations in 1997 to include additional facilities. It has a full-time imam (religious teacher) and noja (masjid care-taker).
There are religious classes for the ladies every Thursday evening. Classes for the men are held every Friday evening.
Currently, major upgrading works are currently being carried out on the mosque.
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Better facilities now...
This masjid has a pretty faithful following due to their active class schedules. Despite what the description says, they have classes almost every day especially the weekends. Its popularity lies perhaps in the fact that many of the people who attend such classes live around the area or used to be folks who lived in the kampongs that used to surround the mosque.
Friday prayers are very crowded affairs here. Sometimes on some special occasions after the Friday prayers, the congregation may find themselves in for a treat with a meal of mutton briyani cooked on the grounds of the masjid that tastes better than some sold at shops.