Masjid Al-Muttaqin, or Al-Muttaqin Mosque is the fifth Mosque completed under the Mosque Building Fund Scheme Phase I. The mosque's official ground-breaking ceremony was officiated by Mr Syed Ali Redha Alsagoff, chairman of Lembaga Biasiswa Kenangan Maulud (LBKM), on April 29, 1979 and it was officially opened on September 2, 1980 by the late Mr Rahmat Kenap (MP for Geylang
Serai). The chosen name Al-Muttaqin refers to the pious people who are ever aware of God the Almighty.
Located in the central area of the Singapore
island, the Mosque serves the residents of Ang Mo Kio housing estates and it can accommodate up to 2,700 worshippers. It has gone beyond its religious function as a place of worship to even offer a homeopathy welfare clinic. Besides that, it also offers part-time religious classes (Madrasah) and kindergarten classes.Al-Muttaqin Mosque also distributes basic food ration such as rice, oil and sardine to needy families who are registered with MUIS and the mosque. In addition to providing free religious classes.