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How To Book Hari Raya Haji Prayers At Singapore's Mosques This 2021 (Including Guidelines)


Nia Sarah  •  Jul 15, 2021


We will soon be welcoming Hari Raya Haji just a few days from now. Those who are looking to go to the mosque for their Hari Raya Haji prayers will be glad to know that bookings will be made available, albeit with specific regulations that must be observed. Here's everything you need to know about how to book Hari Raya Haji prayers this 2021!

How To Book Hari Raya Haji Prayers At The Mosque?

Bookings for Hari Raya prayers will open on 16 July 2021 (Friday) for mosques with Pre-Event Testing (PET) and without PET. There will be 19 mosques offering PET which will open bookings at 9AM, while the 47 mosques without PET will open bookings at 11AM. If you have been fully vaccinated on or before 6 July 2021, however, you do not need to undergo the PET at the mosques offering this arrangement. Those who need to undergo PET should get themselves tested a day before and ensure that they have a valid negative test result. Alternatively, you may also book a slot at the 47 mosques without PET. Bookings can be made via MUIS' mosque booking portal. As slots are limited, make sure you seta reminder! 😊
Credit: Masjid Sultan Singapore on Facebook

How many prayer timeslots will there be?

Due to the safe distancing measures during this period, there will be three prayer sessions at the mosques without PET. There will only be one zone per session as follows:
Credit: Muis on Facebook Alternatively, you may attend the mosques with PET if you:
  • are fully vaccinated (received the second dose on or before 6 July 2021)
  • have a valid negative Covid-19 test result with a 24-hour validity period after undergoing either
    • Pre-Event Testing OR
    • Rostered Routine Testing (RRT)
  • have a valid PET exemption notice after recovery from previous Covid-19 infection
Credit: Muis on Facebook

Which mosques can I book my Hari Raya Haji slots at?

For mosques offering PET, here is the list of mosques which you can attend:
For mosques without PET, you may find the list here:





By following safe distancing guidelines, hopefully, we can all celebrate safely this year. Share this guide with your loved ones and let them know!