Kampong Holland Mosque started as a surau in the mid-1950s serving Muslim villagers from Shuang Long Shan and military personnel from the Pasir Panjang and Alexandra bases.

As the population in Queenstown grew in the 1950s and 1960s, the mosque relied on donations from worshippers to build a permanent prayer hall slightly bigger than a five-room flat at 9 Lorong Liput.

The mosque held its last Friday prayer on 25 April 2014 and most of its 500-strong congregants were absorbed into Mujahidin Mosque in Queenstown.

 

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