Masjid Angullia is located along one of Singapore’s busiest main roads, Serangoon Road. The mosque is perpetually crammed with worshippers coming from estates around it, office workers from nearby businesses or simply people who happened to be in the area.
It can accommodate up to 400 worshippers at a time and it was built with funds from the wealthy Angullia family in 1970. One of the most striking features is its front gate that looks like the entrance of a fort.
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A Serangoon Road Institution
This mosque is an institution along Serangoon Road. During the 5 prayer times, you'd find many Mustaffa Centre employees praying here. The mosque is in fact so close to Mustaffa Centre, it has been jokingly been referred to as Mustaffa Mosque.
The congregation here is predominantly Indian and if you choose to perform your Friday prayers, be prepared to listen to the Friday sermon in Tamil.
For 'Asar prayers, if you wish to join the congregational prayers, do come about 30 minutes after the published prayer times. They belong to the Hambali school of thought (correct me if I wrong please) so their interpretation 'Asar time is a little later than the rest of Singapore who are mostly from the Syafiee school of thought.