“Embark With Sincerity Towards Tranquility”

Since it was erected in 1866, the shrine of the Muslim saint Habib Noh Al-Habshi and the Haji Muhammad Salleh Mosque which is adjacent to it has been a spiritual oasis in the city.

Through the decades and challenges such as being submerged by the tides, World War II, land developments, and demolishment, these two key architectural sacred monuments have stood the test of time. However, the condition of the shrine and part of the mosque is in a weakened state with a lot of repairs and construction needed. Hence, plans are now in motion to restore and refurbish it which will cost three million dollars. Our priority is to ensure the comfort, convenience, and safety of visitors.

Some of the scopes of work to be done are:

  • Restoration of the façade
  • Installing an appropriate waterproofing system
  • Replacement of the dome
  • Changeover a new elevator
  • Repairing the front and back chamber
  • Upgrading of the front and side staircase

Defects and Damages

Years of exposure to the weather and environment, also with current on going constructions nearby, the maqam building has accumulated and sustained multiple defects and damages. Click on the images below to view the various defects and damages found in the interior and exterior of maqam building.

The Holy Prophet ﷺ said:

When a person dies, his deeds come to an end except for three: Sadaqah Jaariyah (ongoing charity); knowledge which is beneficial; or a righteous child who will pray for him.” (Muslim)

He ﷺ has narrated:

“The believer’s shade on the Day of Judgement will be his charitable acts” [Tirmidhi]

He ﷺ also said:

When a person dies, his deeds come to an end except for three: Sadaqah Jaariyah (ongoing charity); knowledge which is beneficial; or a righteous child who will pray for him.” (Muslim)

How you can help and gain the opportunity of Allah’s rewards

We seek your participation in helping us to maintain and preserve this iconic landmark that has helped thousands and widely recognised site of Marina Coastal Expressway.

Please help us by donating whatever amount you can afford, either on your own or on someone else’s behalf.

May Allah SWT purify our intentions and accept all our deeds. Ameen

Ways to Donate

1) Donate at our Mosque, Office or Maqam

You may come to Masjid Haji Muhammad Salleh or Maqam Habib Noh. We have donation boxes for Project Infaq placed near the entrance of the mosque, and at the top between Maqam Habib Noh and Maqam Habib Abdurrahman for you to make donations.

Should you need a receipt for your donation, you may come to our office situated behind the ladies prayer hall. We are open from Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 6pm

2) PayNow or Bank Transfer

Make your donation via PayNow or PayLah to S03MQ0039G or via QR code below:

For bank transfer or internet banking, please transfer to the following:

  • Bank Name: OCBC Bank
  • A/C No: 59100798-4001

Please indicate in the transaction reference for both PayNow and internet banking as: Project Infaq 

3) For international donors

Please contact us via email: admin@hjmuhdsalleh.org.sg or call +65 6220 9257, we will provide the details of transfer insyaAllah

Tabung Cinta

Donation Tin Cans For Homes and Businesses

Tabung Cinta is one of our fundraising initiatives under Project Infaq where you can apply to collect or receive our donation tin cans and place it at your home or at your business outlets.

Click on the Find Out More button below if you want to know more about Tabung Cinta, the terms and condtions, and how to apply and participate in this initiative.