Masjid Haji Muhammad Salleh (Palmer Road) Reopens Today After Completion Of Upgrading Works

Masjid Haji Muhammad Salleh (Palmer Road) reopens today after completion of upgrading works to its facilities and main prayer spaces. Situated at the edge of Central Business District and Shenton Way, the 114-year old spiritual sanctuary now provides additional prayer space for 200 congregants (from 700 to 900).

Upgrading works also include repainting, replacement of mosque’s entrance gate and roof tile, new perimeter fencing, re-carpeting of prayer hall and re-tiling of the mosque’s open area.

The mosque, which is within close proximity to the upcoming Prince Edward MRT station, is also equipped with new features such as a handicapped toilet, customer service office, glass canopy for a new extended prayer space, a platform lift and two additional classrooms.

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Source: Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS)

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