The Little India Metro Station is walking to the mosque. From a distance, you can see the sign of the moon and stars on the temple. The Adukaf Mosque is different from other mosques. The color of yellow and green is rare in Hui Church. It combines the styles of South India and Europe and has a strong artistic flavor. All temples in India go in slippers. The entrance to the hall has a delicate triangular wall with a sundial engraved in Arabic with 25 degrees. It is said that such a design is rare in the world. The Lord's Prayer Hall rises from the ground, and the entrance and sides are surrounded by the corridor, which is very artistic. The genealogy of the prophets on the left side of the prayer hall records the inheritance history of the Arab prophets. It is full of artistic beauty and mystery. It is also one of the scenic spots that can not be missed in the temple.
A very unique temple, you have to take off your shoes when you enter the temple. Like many temples in China, photography is not allowed. The front of the Adukaf Mosque is being maintained. Obstacles are blocking it. A picture is taken around the back, but it can actually be entered normally.
Adukaf Mosque is a beautiful color mosque in Dunlop Street, Little India. Female tourists must wear something to cover their body and hair. The staff of the mosque provide us free of charge. Before entering, they must take off their shoes. The staff are very enthusiastic, so it is better to donate when they leave.
The Adukaf Muslim Church in Little India, although not many visitors, has a very long history. It has been established for more than 100 years. When it comes to noon, it takes off its shoes and walks on the sun-exposed slate floor. If you don't wear socks, you will regret it.
Just look outside, you will feel that the architectural appearance has conquered the eyes, favorite symbol of the stars and moons. Indian temples enter with slippers, socks and barefoot, integrating South India, Moore and European style. The yellow-green appearance is very cartoon, very cute. I suggest you have a look at it.
The Adukaf Mosque was originally built by early Indian Muslim businessmen in Singapore in the early 19th century as a spiritual and religious place of prayer. Take off your shoes and walk to the tourist center. There are many pamphlets and books for non-Muslims. Some believers lie at will in the prayer hall to rest.
When I passed by, I went in and looked at it. It was almost the same as all mosques. Girls needed to change their clothes.