It's too early to open the door, but the architecture is very distinctive. It's worthwhile if you have a chance to ask someone to say it.
Around 1828, Muslims built historic shrines from southern India. From the original timber to the present architecture, it has been rebuilt several times, probably the oldest religious monument in Singapore. Unfortunately, when I went, the Nagotka Hall was closed.
Nagotka Hall is very close to the famous Bullcart Water. It has been established for more than 100 years. It is a holy place belonging to Muslims in South India. The architecture seems to belong to the classical design style. There are some sculptures on the exterior walls. It is a very beautiful European-style building.
It is a Muslim holy place built at the end of the 19th century and 20th century. Its architecture is very unique. Its onion dome is very oriental.
This building is also very beautiful with Southeast Asian style.