Behind-the-Scenes: Tour of Masjid Angullia
Join us on behind-the-scenes tours and open houses, and learn more about the history and activities of veteran Indian institutions in the Little India neighbourhood!
About the Institution
One of the most prominent religious institutions along Serangoon Road, the Angullia Mosque was built between 1890 and 1898 by Gujarati Muslim trader Mohammed Salleh Eusoof Angullia. The gatehouse is a remnant of the original mosque structure, and was gazetted as a conserved building by the URA in 2014. The location of the mosque on Serangoon Road contributes to its popularity – Sundays and festival days see thousands of worshippers at the Angullia Mosque.