Hong Kong
Hong Kong
There are five mosques in HK, four of them on HK Island, one in Kowloon.
  • Jamiathe Masjid/Shelley Street Mosque

    30 Shelley Street, Central

    built in 1890, rebuilt in 1905, the oldest mosque in Hong Kong

    listed by the government as a historical building to be preserved as heritage

    has recently been renovated

    plan to construct an Islamic Cultural Centre by its side

    Telephone : (Tel : 2523 7743)
  • Masjid Ammar & Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic

    40 Oi Kwan Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

    opened in 1981

    opened in 1981

    frequently visited by Muslims, can accommodate 700 people

    (Tel : 2575 2218 Fax : 2834 5409)
  • Chai Wan Mosque

in Cape Collision

also a Muslim cemetery there

(Tel : 2556 5507)

  • Stanley Mosque

    Stanley Prison, Stanley, Hong Kong

    inside the Stanley Prison

  • Kowloon Mosque

    105 Nathan Road, TST, Kowloon

    opened in 1984, replacing the old mosque built in 1896 on the same site

    built at a cost of HK$25 million

    can accommodate up to 2,000 people

    (Tel :2724 0095)

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