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


Faruq Senin •  May 09, 2021

In a few days' time, we'll be welcoming Hari Raya Puasa 2021 or Eid al-Fitr. Hari Raya celebrations in Singapore are on a smaller scale this year due to safe distancing guidelines. But the good news is that you can still head to the mosque for Hari Raya prayers. If you're wondering how to book Hari Raya prayers at Singapore's mosques or what the guidelines are like, we've got you covered!

How do I book Hari Raya prayers at Singapore's mosques?

Bookings for Hari Raya prayers will open on 11 May 2021, 10AM(Tuesday) and you can book your slot via MUIS' mosque booking portal (similar to Friday prayers and Terawih) or by using the Muslim.sg app. As slots are limited, make sure you set a reminder!

Credit: Masjid Sultan Singapore on Facebook

How many prayer timeslots will there be?

Even with increased safe management measures, there will be 3 prayer sessions at most mosques in Singapore. Each session will have 100 congregants, split into 2 zones of 50 people each. Check out this infographic from MUIS for the prayer timeslots and duration of each prayer:

Credit: Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) on Facebook

When you're booking the prayer slots on MUIS' mosque booking portal or on the Muslim.sg app, you'll also be able to see the number of available places at each mosque.

Will there be Hari Raya prayers at all mosques in Singapore?

While Hari Raya prayers will be conducted at all mosques in Singapore, not all of them will have 3 timeslots and 2 zones each. Check out these infographics by MUIS for the number of timeslots and zones at each mosque (split by area):


Credit: Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) on Facebook


Credit: Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) on Facebook


Credit: Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) on Facebook


Credit: Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) on Facebook

Will there be prayer spaces for Muslimah?

Yes, there will be prayer spaces for Muslimahs at these selected mosques:

  • Khadijah
  • Mydin
  • Wak Tanjong
  • Al-Muttaqin
  • Assyafaah
  • Al-Amin
  • Al-Falah
  • Jamiyah Ar-Rabitah
  • Moulana Mohd Ali
  • Mujahidin
  • Al-Huda
  • Darussalam
  • Hang Jebat
  • Tentera Di Raja

What happens if I've booked a slot but I'm unwell?

If you are unwell or unable to attend the Hari Raya prayers, do cancel your booking immediately so that others will be able to book their prayer slot. You should also stay home if you are unwell and see a doctor to get tested.

What if I can't get a slot at the mosque?

If you are unable to get a slot at the mosque for Hari Raya prayers, don't worry! You can still perform the prayers at home with your family. Head over to SalamSG TV's YouTube channel for the Aidilfitri sermon by the Mufti.

Check out our guide to performing the Eid prayers at home.

Though Hari Raya celebrations are more muted this year, that doesn't mean that you can't soak in the festivities. By following safe distancing guidelines, hopefully, we can all celebrate safely this year. SHARE this guide with your loved ones and let them know!