Monday, July 24, 2017


1.     Huxi Mosque
The Shanghai Huxi Mosque is the first rebuilt mosque in Shanghai after the establishment of the Peoples' Republic of China. It demonstrates a strong Arabic/Islamic architectural style with traditional grounds and interior.
Address: China, Shanghai Shi, Putuo Qu, 常德路13283
Phone: +86 21 6277 2076
Metro Line - 7
2.     Fuyou Road Mosque (North Mosque)
The Fuyou Road Mosque was first built during the ninth year of Tongzhi during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). The mosque was once the political, religious, and cultural center for Muslims in the area.
Address: 378 Fuyou Rd, Huangpu Qu, China, 200000
Phone: +86 21 6328 2135
3.     The Xiaotaoyuan Mosque
Formerly known as Islamic Western Mosque or Shanghai Western Mosque, is a mosque in Huangpu District, Shanghai, China. It is the largest mosque in Shanghai. It was first built in 1917 and then rebuilt in 1925. The mosque has been home to many Islamic schools throughout its existence and has contributed to the religious education of many Chinese Muslims throughout history.
Address: 52 Xiaotaoyuan St, LaoXiMen, Huangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi, China
Phone: +86 21 6377 5442
Metro Line –
4.     Shanghai Female Mosque
Address: No. 24, Xiaotaoyuan Street, Huangpu District, Shanghai Tel: 021-63775442
5.     The Songjiang Mosque  
Songjiang University Town – Old City – (formerly called the Real Religion Mosque, is a mosque in Songjiang District, Shanghai, China. It is the oldest mosque in Shanghai. You can see a mixture of Islamic and Chinese architecture due to the history and culture it has stood a part of since the last years of the Yuan Empire (1271-1368).
Address: 75 Gangbeng Alley, Songjiang Qu, Shanghai Shi, China, 201600
Phone: +86 21 5782 3684
Metro Line - 9
6.     The Jiangwan Mosque
It is a mosque in Yangpu District, Shanghai, China
Address: 86 Zhengfu Rd, WuJiaoChang, Yangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200433
Phone: +86 21 3381 2066
Metro Line - 10
7.     Shanghai Pudong Mosque (上海浦清真寺) 
The Shanghai Pudong Mosque was first built in 1935, and the now rebuilt temple was expanded in 1935 by the Chinese government. The newly built mosque now covers an area of 1,650 square meters.  Attractions: Located in Pudong District, this mosque offers easy access for tourists. Inside visitors can find shops selling Islamic study materials and even Halal food items. The temple boasts a spacious courtyard and prayer hall, which can hold about 500 people during prayer.  Location: 375 Yuansheng Road, Pudong District, Shanghai (上海市浦新区源深路375). You can show this address to the taxi driver. You can also reach this mosque through the 975 bus line. The nearest metro station is Yuan Shen Road Station on Line 6.