20 Prayer Rooms In Town For Muslims In Singapore To Conveniently Visit Before Hangouts With Friends

Prayer rooms in Central Singapore

Even while out and about, Muslims are not excused from prayers – so you might often find yourself scouring for the nearest prayer room when the time for worship nears. These days, malls and offices have dedicated spaces for Muslims to conveniently and comfortably do their prayers before enjoying their day out.

Here’s a list of prayer rooms – or musollahs – you can head to before meeting your friends for your next hangout in town.

– Orchard –

1. Lucky Plaza

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When you’re visiting Lucky Plaza for the flea markets or the Filipino eateries, you can pop by the prayer room located at the top floor of the carpark. 

To get there, you have to first locate the cargo lift near units #01-52 and #01-60 and take it to Level 8. Turn left once you exit and walk down the corridor towards the carpark. You’ll pass a toilet along the way, where you can take your ablution. Continue along the same path and you’ll find the open air musollah behind parking lots 434 and 435. Do take note that there are no separate areas for males and females. 

Prayer mats and telekungs are provided so you don’t have to lug your own prayer garments around with you when you’re shopping. 

Address: 304 Orchard Road, Singapore 238863

2. Royal Plaza on Scotts

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Before you eat your money’s worth at the Carousel Buffet at Royal Plaza on Scotts, you can do your prayers at their dedicated musollah. Take the lift from the hotel lobby to Level 2 and turn right. There are separate prayer rooms for males and females and you can take your ablution within each prayer room. Prayer mats and telekungs are provided.

If you’re unsure of how to find the rooms, you can always approach the staff and they’ll be able to direct you. 

Address: 25 Scotts Road, Singapore 228220

3. Wisma Atria Shopping Centre

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Musollahs & Suraus in Singapore

When you’re at Wisma Atria and you’re looking for a space to do your prayers before you continue your shopping spree, there’s actually a prayer room located at the carpark. 

To get there, you’ll have to first find a yellow lift located between Salon Vim and and Longines on the second floor. From there, take the lift up to Level 7 and turn right into the carpark. Follow the metal railings on your left towards the outside of the carpark. There will be a path you can follow behind parking lot 123. That’s where the musollah is located.

It’s a shared space between males and females and there are telekungs available for use. If you want to take your ablution, there’s a tap right outside the musollah. Otherwise, you can take it at any toilet within the mall beforehand. 

Address: 435 Orchard Road, Singapore 238877

4. Orchard Hotel

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If you’re walking along the busy streets of Orchard Road and need a place to stop by for prayers, you can visit Orchard Hotel’s musollah. It’s located at Basement 3 of the carpark so you’ll have to take the lift down from the hotel lobby to Basement 2 before turning right and following the ramp down.

There’s an area for ablution right outside the room and the spacious interior is divided by a curtain for males and females. Telekungs are provided so you can come here empty handed. 

Address: 442 Orchard Road, Singapore 238879

– City Hall/Raffles City –

5. Raffles City Shopping Centre/Swissotel The Stamford

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Located in between Raffles City Shopping Centre and Swissotel The Stamford are 2 rooms dedicated for prayers. If you’re coming from Raffles City Shopping Centre, take the escalator up to Level 2 and look for MANGO, where there’s an entrance to Swissotel. You should be able to spot the musollah on your way there.

If you’re coming from the hotel lobby itself, you’ll just have to take the escalator up. Ablution can be taken at the toilet nearby and the rooms are equipped with prayer mats and telekung.

Address: 2 Stamford Road, Singapore 178882

6. Suntec City

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Suntec City Tower 3 has a musollah that’s really spacious. The prayer space is located at Level 3 and smack in between Singpost and Teo Heng KTV Studio. Once you’ve found these outlets, there should be a sign directing you to turn right into the corridor. Follow it and it’ll lead you to Lobby Q where the musollah is

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There are separate spaces for males and females and prayer items are provided. You can do your ablution at the nearby toilet.

Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983

7. The Adelphi

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If you’re visiting the National Gallery with your friends and you’d like to do your prayers before checking out the artwork, check out The Adelphi’s prayer space. 

It’s located at the stairwell at Level 3. You’ll have to first look for Robo Robo on the third floor, then enter Staircase 2 before opening another door where the prayer space is. There’s no dedicated area for ablution so you will have to visit the nearest toilet before making your way here. Prayer mats, telekung, and slippers are provided.

Address: 1 Coleman Street, Singapore 179803

8. Clifford Centre

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Situated in the middle of Raffles Place, Clifford Centre has a convenient prayer room for your usage. You’ll have to use the carpark lift located behind FujiFilm, on the first floor to get to Level 6, and that’s where you’ll find the air-conditioned room for your prayers. The room is partitioned for men and women – and ablution can be done right outside.

Address: 24 Raffles Place, Singapore 048621

9. Peninsula Shopping Centre

Peninsula Shopping Centre is right beside the newly renovated Funan DigitaLife Mall. Between shopping for tech gadgets and trying out the new eateries there, drop by Peninsula Shopping Centre’s musollah located at a stairwell. 

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You have to first make sure that you’re at B1 before looking for the connector to Excelsior Shopping centre. Walk through it and then look for the toilets on this floor to take your ablution. Once you exit from the toilet, it’s a right turn to Staircase 1. The area for males is on the ground floor while the females will have to climb up a flight of stairs. Prayer mats, telekung, and slippers are all provided. 

Address: 3 Coleman Street, Singapore 179804

10. Centennial Tower

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Located 2-minutes from Millenia Walk, Centennial Tower has a musollah tucked in the corner of its carpark.

To get there, you’ll have to take the lift down to Basement 1 and enter the carpark. Walk towards the end of the carpark and you’ll see a musollah available for both males and females. The males will pray at the carpeted area outside while the females have the room. Prayer mats and telekung are provided – and ablution can be taken at a wash area right beside the musollah

Address: 3 Temasek Avenue, Singapore 039190

11. Marina Square

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If you’re grabbing dinner with friends at Marina Square and have no time to stop by a mosque, you can carry out your prayers at the mall itself. Head down the escalator near 4 Fingers to get to the carpark at Basement 1. You’ll find the musollah behind carpark lot 67 at the green zone.

There are separate rooms for males and females; with prayer mats, telekungs, slippers, and prayer beads readily available. There’s an ablution spot next to the musollah, so you won’t have to wash up before heading to the carpark. 

Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594

12. 20 Collyer Quay (formerly Tung Centre Building)

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A 3-minute walk away from Fullerton Hotel and Raffles Place MRT is 20 Collyer Quay. You’ll find a musollah at the carpark there. Simply take the lift down to Basement 1 and head for the carpark.

Telekungs, slippers, and prayer mats are provided there. You can take your ablution at the toilets by the staircase or in the main building before heading down. 

Address: 20 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049319

13. Republic Plaza

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For those who work at Raffles Place, there’s a prayer room at Republic Plaza to carry out your prayers. Go to tower 2 and walk through level 2 of the mall to get to the carpark. Once there, look out for the reserved parking space and you will see the prayer room nestled right beside it.

This prayer room has separate areas for male and females. There are telekungs and prayer mats available to use. There is no need to pull out your phone to figure out the direction of the kiblat for there is a sticker on a ledge in the room indicating that. 

You can carry ot your ablution at the bicycle parking area nearby. But if you’re a bit of a clean freak, you can use the toilets at Republic Plaza before heading to the carpark.

Address: 9 Raffles Place, Republic Plaza, Singapore 048619

14. Hong Leong Building

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Hong Leong Building fortunately has 2 musollahs – each located on level 5 and 7 of the carpark there. Do note to take your ablution in the toilets at the main building before heading over as there are no ablution areas at the carpark.

On level 5 of the carpark, you can find separate prayer rooms for males and females. The prayer mats are already laid out and you can use the telekungs and slippers provided there.

For the males or females who brought their own telekung, you can head up to level 7. The prayer room there is a shared one with prayer mats and slippers available.

Address: 16 Raffles Quay, Hong Leong Building, Singapore 048581

– Bugis –

15. Duo Galleria

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If you’re at Bugis Junction and you’re not keen on taking a 10-minute walk to Masjid Sultan, you can instead head to the musollah at Duo Galleria which is just a junction away.

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Make sure you’re at Exit E from Downtown Line Bugis Station. Once you’re at Level 1, walk towards Salad Stop and follow the path on the right. If you see a prayer symbol on the huge pillar, you’re on the right track. Continue walking down that path and you’ll eventually see another prayer sign on the left.

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There are separate rooms for males and females and there’s an ablution area inside both rooms. Prayer mats and telekungs are provided and the rooms are air-conditioned. 

Address: 7 Fraser Street, Singapore 189350

16. Lasalle College of the Arts

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Beyond the black stone facade of Lasalle College of the Arts is a musollah located at the basement carpark. Everyone’s allowed to use it, whether you’re a Lasalle student or not. 

To find this hidden spot, you’ll have to look for the motorcycle parking lots. There are separate rooms for males and females and they’re just opposite each other. Prayer mats and telekungs are provided and ablution can be done at the nearest toilet.

Address: 1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940

17. GR.iD

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For those who go to Selegie Road to play board games with friends or for good food, there is actually a prayer room at GR.iD. Simply head up to level 3 of the mall and make a beeline for the toilets. You will find a room with a curtain covering the doorway for privacy while you pray.

The room is fully carpeted and equipped with a fan and stool. Prayer mats and telekungs are also provided. You can carry out your ablution at the toilets next to the prayer room.

Address: 1 Selegie Road, Singapore 188306

– Clarke Quay –

18. Furama City Centre

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If you’re planning to dine at Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant at Furama City Centre and you don’t plan on leaving the comfort of the hotel to visit the mosque for your prayers, there’s a musollah right beside the restaurant. But even if you’re not staying or dining at the hotel, you’re welcomed to withdraw the key to the room from the restaurant’s reception counter and use this facility. 

After that, it’s pretty easy. You’ll just have to follow the signs to the toilet on the same floor, and walk straight. There’s a sign to indicate the prayer room, unlock it and you’ll have access to a fully equipped musollah. There’s an ablution area and prayer garments are provided.

Address: 60 Eu Tong Sen Street, Singapore 059804

– CBD –

19. AXA Tower

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AXA Tower has a musollah located at basement 3. To get there, you’ll have to take the carpark lift to Basement 3. Look out for Staircase 5 while walking along the VIP section of the carpark and it’ll lead you to the prayer rooms. Male and female areas are separated and prayer items are provided. You can take your ablution at a nearby toilet.

Address: 8 Shenton Way, Singapore 068811

20. International Plaza

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Those working in the CBD can head to International Plaza, just across the street from Tanjong Pagar MRT. If you’d like to carry out your religious duties before hopping on the train to meet your friends, you can head up to level 7 of the carpark at the mall.

Tucked in the corner of the carpark, you will find a praying area. At the cabinets by the side, you can find prayer mats and telekungs that you can use. For ablution, you can use the toilets located on level 6 and 8 of the carpark or in the main building of the mall.

Address: 10 Anson Road, Singapore 079903

Bonus: Masjid Moulana Mohammad Ali – Singapore’s only underground mosque

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Located at the heart of the CBD area is Singapore’s only underground mosque. Just look for the tall UOB Plaza building and walk towards McDonald’s at Boat Quay. The entrance is located right beside it. 

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You can expect this mosque to be a spacious and quieter alternative compared to the musollahs in the vicinity, although it can get crowded come Friday prayers with male office workers flocking here. But there’s a separate room for ladies to comfortably pray at, with lockers for them to stash their belongings in. 

Address: 80 Raffles Place, #B1-01 I UOB Plaza, Singapore 048624

Muslim prayer rooms in Singapore

It’s heartwarming to see that these malls and office buildings have dedicated resources to ensuring their Muslim customers and employees can practice their faith comfortably. Just remember to clean up after yourselves after using these spaces, so that others can enjoy them too.

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Cover image adapted from: Our Musollah,, Our Musollah, Our Musollah.
First published on 30th August 2019. Last updated by Nur Hidaya on 18th November 2022.

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