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How To Book Terawih Prayers At Singapore's Mosques This Ramadan 2022


Faruq Senin •  Apr 11, 2021


In a few days, we'll be welcoming Ramadan 2022! Though we are still living with COVID-19 restrictions, it's heartening to know that several activities will resume at mosques in Singapore such as Terawih prayers, Qiyamullail and more. If you're planning to perform your Terawih prayers at the mosque, here's what you need to know!

Terawih Prayers Ramadan 2022 In Singapore

This Ramadan 2022, you can look forward to Terawih prayers! All you have to do is book your Isyak and Terawih prayers online: there will be a single booking window for the whole month of Ramadan, so you can simply head into the system and book multiple times throughout Ramadan. P.S. Can you take the Covid-19 vaccine while fasting?  Find out in our article!
Credit: Masagos Zulkifli on Facebook  Booking will start on 31 Mar 2022 at 10 a.m., with about 60,000 spaces available nightly. Do note that you are advised to plan ahead and cancel your bookings should you not be able to head to the mosque, so that others may get slots, too. P.S. Dedicated spaces for female congregants will also be made available at all mosques!  ☺️

Booking Your Terawih Slot

To make the booking, either head to Muslim.sg's app, or make your booking here! Do remember that congregational Terawih prayers will also only be held at mosques and at no other venues. Even though mosques are open this Ramadan, MUIS has advised Muslims in Singapore to perform Terawih prayers at home with their family as much as possible. Other safety measures you might want to observe include making wudhu at home and bringing your own prayer mat. May your Ramadan this year be better than the last!