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How To Book Terawih Prayers At Singapore's Mosques This Ramadan 2021


Faruq Senin  •  Apr 11, 2021


In a few days, we'll be welcoming Ramadan 2021! 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, porridge distribution and more. If you're planning to perform your Terawih prayers at the mosque, here's what you need to know!
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Booking your Terawih prayers
Credit: Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) on Facebook According to MUIS, there will be 3 booking windows for Terawih prayers:
  • 12-21 April (1-10 Ramadan)
  • 22 April - 1 May (11-20 Ramadan)
  • 2-11 May (21-30 Ramadan)
The bookings will open at 9PM, 2 days before the first day of the Terawih prayers for each window. So for example, for the first window, you can start booking your slot for Terawihfrom 10 April, 9PM. During this period, you're only allowed 1 booking for the Terawih window from 12-21 April. But after 12 April, 9PM, you can book the available balance slots and there are no limits. The same rule applies for the booking windows of 20-22 April and 30 April-2 May. Do note that the booking for Terawih is combined with Isyak prayers and the duration is fixed for 1 hour from 8.45PM-9.45PM. Every night, there will be 9,400 slots across all mosques in Singapore. To book your slot, head over to this website or make your booking using the Muslim SG app. P.S. Not sure how to do Terawih prayers? Check out our guide for a step-by-step guide to Terawih prayers. 
List of mosques with Terawih prayers, Muslimah zones and porridge distribution
Credit: Masagos Zulkifli on Facebook  If you're wondering where you can do your Terawih prayers near home, MUIS has prepared a list of mosques indicating the availability of Terawih, Muslimah zones and even porridge distribution. You can refer to the list below or head over to their social media platforms. You can also head over to MUIS' dedicated page for all Ramadan resources.
Credit: Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) on Facebook
Credit: Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS)onFacebook
Credit: Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) on Facebook
Credit: Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) on Facebook 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. If you are heading to the mosque, be sure to wear a mask, take wudhu at home and bring your own prayer mat. Congregational Terawih prayers should also only be held at mosques and at no other venues. May your Ramadan this year be better than the last!