Hong Kong Shelley Street Mosque, known as Jamia Mosque, is the oldest mosque in the area of Hong Kong. It is a mosque constructed in the Arabic style in the year of 1850 with the fund of more than 100 Muslims in Hong Kong. And it was rebuilt by an Indian Muslim philanthropist in 1905. Shelley Street Mosque is situated off the famous Central Mid-Levels Escalator.
Jamia Mosque was built to be a very beautiful temple. It is surrounded by three flower burseries, making the mosque quite peaceful and elegant. Inside the mosque, there are main buildings of prayer hall, imam room, and living room for imam, water house, dressing room and other facilities. This mosque could hold about 480 people to do prayers at its prayer hall. This is also a Muslim asylum built inside the mosque.
Jamia Mosque has been identified as a building tdescribed as "outstanding merits of which every effort should be made to preserve if possible". Apart from prayer times, people of different faiths are also welcomed to visit the mosque.