To comply with the Singapore government order to shut workplaces, Wardah Books will close its doors at 6pm on 5 April 2020. We will re-open, inshaAllah, when the government lifts this restriction.
Our online store remains open, and we will continue to fulfil orders by courier.
However, to safeguard the wellbeing of our booksellers and to uphold the spirit of the government measures to curtail the spread of the virus, the fulfilment of your orders will be slower and might take up to 5 working days.
International Orders (including to Malaysia) remain suspended until we receive assurances from our courier partners.
To be clear, our Bussorah Street shop will shut at 6pm on 5 April 2020, but our online store remains open to serve readers.
And with every difficulty there is ease.
As always, with much gratitude,
The Booksellers of Wardah Books
Welcome to Wardah Books
Established in 2002, Wardah Books is located in Bussorah Street, at the heart of Singapore’s centre of Malay/Muslim literary history. Books have always been central to Islamic culture and books remain the best technology for preserving and expounding ideas across time and space. As long as human beings continue to commit themselves to finding meaning, there will always be something to read. Or as we like to think of it, reading is not history.
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Welcome To Wardah Books
Established in 2002, Wardah Books is located in Bussorah Street in a conservation shophouse built in the Late Style some time in the first half of the 1900s. Or to put it another way, we’re located right at the heart of the Malay/Muslim literary heritage map.
Booksellers of Kampong Glam: A History
At one level, bookshops exist to meet the needs of a literate community. The more vibrant the bookshop trade, chances are the more ideas are being rigorously circulated and discussed. A direct correlation may be impossible to establish, but it could be said that the presence of bookshops may be taken as a proxy indicator of the intellectual life of a community.