FAQs

What is Salam Singapore?

Salam Singapore is a community celebration to express our appreciation to all who have contributed to Muis, the Muslim community and Singapore throughout the years. This spirit embodied in the word ”Salam” reflects our aspirations for a more gracious and inclusive society.

For the full story behind Salam Singapore, click here.

Do I need to pay to enter or purchase tickets?

Entry to the event is completely free – so feel free to join us on any of the three days, even if it’s for a quick visit. We would love to see you there.

Where is Salam Singapore taking place?

Salam Singapore will be held at Our Tampines Hub. For directions on how to get there, click here.

Can I bring my kids to the event?

Definitely, Salam Singapore has lots of activities that will entertain and educate both adults and kids alike. There are also activities specially catered for children, such as the Once Upon a Story Time sessions and the Salam Singapore Trail Seekers where they can complete their event passport in exchange for a goodie bag.

Is this festival all about fun? Or will there be any religious aspects to it?

The festival offers a mix of fun activities and religious education, with interactive exhibits such as the Journey into the AR World of a Muslim and a storytelling segment like the Once Upon a Story Time, where visitors can discover more about the faith through stories told.

Can non-Muslims attend the event?

Yes, non-Muslim friends are welcome to join in the fun and festivities. In fact, Salam Singapore is a perfect place to experience life with the Muslim community and learn about the more fascinating aspects of Islam.

For the Faces of Singaporean Muslims contest, do my photos need to be taken at Salam Singapore?

No. You may submit any of your original photographs, as long as they fit the theme of the contest – Faces of Singaporean Muslims.

Is there a guide that I can download?

Yes, you can download the festival guide here.

What activities will there be at the festival?

You can find the full festival programme here.