Northshore Plaza I
There is a shared unofficial prayer area at Northshore Plaza I.
From LRT station Samudera (PW4) , turn right to the bridge connecting to NorthShore Plaza 1, Level 2.
Turn right when you see Qiji then left. Walk towards the toilets at level 2 (beside Blackball).
Please take your ablution there. Once done, on the right of the toilet is the lift lobby and door leading to Staircase 1.
Push the door to Staircase 1. Walk up 2 flight of stairs and you will see the unofficial prayer area.
The unofficial prayer area is shared for muslimah and muslimin. Prayer mat and telekung are provided. Please be sure to keep the items back into the bag for the next person so that it will not obstruct the area.
Telekung is donated by Sister Azlina.
NorthShore Plaza II
There is a shared unofficial prayer area at Punggol Northshore plaza 2 (nearer to the seaside).
It is located at level 3 behind the toilets. There is an alley leading the outdoor staircase. It’s still a make shift place though but more and more people perform their prayers there, both male and female.
There is no sejadah or telekung but the toilets are just beside it.
Credits to Sister Abdillah
There is a musollah available for Muslim patrons which is open daily from 1pm to 9pm. You can access it from the outside of the restaurant by walking to the back/outdoor area.
Please note that only 1 pax at any time is allowed in the musollah and please bring your own prayer mat and telekung. There is an ablution area provided.
(UPDATE 22/05/2022: We have tried to visit this musollah via the level 4 & level 3 and unfortunately this musollah is no longer accessible. The door is now locked unless during emergencies only)
Musollah is located on level 4, behind the door PWD Holding Port (beside Hi-Claw), push the second door to the stairwell S2C. The shared musollah is on your right. Prayer mat and slippers are provided. Please bring your own telekung. Wudhu can be performed at the nearest toilet (beside Hi-Claw) beforehand.
Credits to Ding Armando
From the main drop off point, walk towards Tower B at KTPH. Go to the lift lobby between the learning centre and Ward Visitor Registration Centre which leads to W46 to W106.
There is are 2 unofficial prayer areas on each floor from floors 5 to 10.
1. The waiting area between both wards, just outside the toilet
2. Wards 56, 66, 76, 86, 96 and 106
To go to the unofficial praying area at waiting area between both wards, just outside the toilet..
Upon getting out of the lift, turn left. You will see the toilet sign at the top (towards ward 55/65/75/85/95/105). Follow the toilet sign and walk towards the toilet. The toilet will be on your left (ablution can be performed here) and the waiting area on your right is the unofficial praying area.
There is a qiblat sign. To being your own prayer mat and telekung for prayers.
To go to the unofficial praying area at wards 56, 66, 76, 86, 96 and 106..
Upon getting out of the lift, walk towards the ward. When you see the nurses' station, turn left/right (depending on the orientation of the ward) to the waiting area.
There is a qiblat sign. To being your own prayer mat and telekung for prayers. Ablution can be done at the nearby toilet at the ward level between the 2 wards (follow instructions above) just before going to the ward.
From the SKH dropoff point/lobby,
1. Walk towards Koufu on the right.
2. Enter Koufu and walk to the end of Koufu. There is a door (in between the staff area and Vegetarian stall) leading to the toilet.
3. Pass the door and follow the toilet signs (which will tell you to turn left then left again) where you will see the female and male toilets at the end of the corridor.
4. Opposite the male and female toilet, there is a handicap toilet and a light brown door to the left. Go through the light brown there where you will see the separate musollah for muslimin and muslimah. Wudhu can be done in the ablution area in the musollah and telekung and sejadah are provided. It is air-conditioned as well.
We will verify the existence of some of the musollah locations and upload pictures and directions of the musollahs we visit. Besides those contributed by us, we will post pictures contributed by our Muslim brothers and sisters as well. We will give credit when it is due so if you do use our pictures or information for your blogs or websites, please do give credit to us as well.