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Jamia Mosque (Hong Kong)

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Jamia Mosque
Shelley Street Temple1.JPG
AffiliationSunni Islam
Location30 Shelley Street, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong
Shown within Hong Kong
Geographic coordinatesCoordinates: 22°16′48.64″N 114°9′6.64″E / 22.2801778°N 114.1518444°E / 22.2801778; 114.1518444
Funded byHaji Mohamed Essack Elias[1]
Completed1890 (original building)
1905 (current building)[2]
Jamia Mosque prayer hall
Jamia Mosque prayer hall
Jamia Mosque entrance
Jamia Mosque entrance

Jamia Mosque (Chinese: 些利街清真寺, lit. Shelley Street Mosque, or 回教清真禮拜總堂) is a mosque at Mid-levels, Hong Kong, China.[3] The mosque is the oldest mosque in Hong Kong. The neighboring streets Mosque Street and Mosque Junction are named after this mosque. Mufti Abdul Zaman is the main Imam of this Mosque and he leads prayers and taraveeh in the month of Ramadan. [4]


The mosque was built in 1890 on a piece of land leased by the British Hong Kong government.[3][5] The treaty for the land was granted on 23 December 1850. Initially, the mosque was named Mohammedan Mosque. Extension of the building took place in 1915 which made the mosque into a larger building. After World War II, the mosque was renamed Jamia Mosque.[6] It is also known as Lascar Temple.[7]


The mosque has a rectangular shape with an arched main entrance and Arabic-style arched windows on all sides.[8]


The building has been classified as a Grade I building by the Government of Hong Kong in May 2010 which are described as "outstanding merits of which every effort should be made to preserve if possible."[9]

Future expansions

There has been a plan to construct an Islamic Cultural Center by its side in the future.


The mosque is accessible within walking distance South West from Central Station of the MTR.

See also


  1. ^ "Jamia Masjid – Islamic Trust". Retrieved 2019-10-22.
  2. ^ Ho, W.Y. (2013). Islam and China's Hong Kong: Ethnic Identity, Muslim Networks and the New Silk Road. Taylor & Francis. p. 30. ISBN 9781134098071. Retrieved 2015-04-05.
  3. ^ a b "Masjids / Islamic Centres in Hong Kong". Retrieved 2015-04-05.
  4. ^ Wordie, Jason (2002). Streets: exploring Hong Kong Island. Hong Kong University Press. p. 57. ISBN 978-962-209-563-2.
  5. ^ "History of Muslim in Hong Kong". Retrieved 2015-04-05.
  6. ^ "Sheung Wan Route A - Central and Western Heritage Trail - Antiquities and Monuments Office: Muslim Mosque". Retrieved 2015-04-05.
  7. ^ Saeed Saeed (11 July 2013). "Explore Hong Kong's muslim enclave". The National. Retrieved 17 February 2016.
  8. ^ "Jamia Mosque | Hong Kong Tourism Board". Retrieved 2015-04-05.
  9. ^ "Opening Hours of Historic Buildings - Antiquities and Monuments Office – Definition of the Gradings of Historical Buildings". Retrieved 2015-04-05.
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