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Singapore Holy Places

Thian Hock Keng is not only a living-monument and architectural masterpiece but also an important stakeholder in Singapore’s history from the 1800s. Thian Hock Keng is one of the oldest and most important Singapore Holy Places.

Thian Hock Keng Temple2

Chinese immigrants giving thanks to Mazu (Goddess of the Seas) visited it for their safe voyage. Thian Hock Keng, imanaged by Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan, gazetted as a national monument in 1973. Awarded from UNESCO, Asia-Pacific Heritage 2001 Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation Building.

Thian Hock Keng Temple3

  • Address: 158 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068613
  • Opening Hours: 7.30am – 5.30pm
  • Telephone: +65 64234616
  • E-mail: admin@shhk.com.sg
  • Website: http://thianhockkeng.com.sg/site/

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple2

In 1989, Venerable Shi Fa Zhao founded the Golden Pagoda Buddhist Temple at 798 Tampines Road (now 83, Tampines Link). This simple two floor and one basement building incorporated both traditional and modern design elements, with unique Mahayana, Theravada and Vajrayana artifacts.

The Temple again opened on 19 September 1992. Since then it has gone numerous up gradations.

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple1

Finally, the Grand Consecration Ceremony was held on May 2008 and the Sacred Buddha Tooth Relic was finally placed at its exquisite Chinatown home for the veneration by all Buddhists; showcasing our Buddhist culture and Chinatown heritage to all the overseas visitors to Singapore.

  • Entry fee: No admission fee
  • Opening Hours: 7.00am to 7.00pm, (Monday to Sunday), including public holiday.
  • Address: 288 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058840 Tel: +65 6220 0220
  • Email: services@btrts.org.sg
  • Website: http://www.btrts.org.sg/

Temple of 1,000 Lights (Sakyamuni Buddha Gaya Temple)

The Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple is one of the most prominent and widely visited Buddhist temples in Singapore, often referred to as the Temple of 1,000 Lights. It features a 15-meter high statue of a seated Buddha, which weighs nearly 300 tons, as well as many smaller Buddha images and murals depicting the life of Shakyamuni Buddha.

Temple of 1,000 Lights

The large central statue surrounded by a stylized aura made of numerous light bulbs—often lit during evening hours—from which the temple derives its nickname. In a small room beneath the altar is an image of a reclining Buddha, Buddha towards the end of his life, under a Yellow Seraka Tree.

  • Opening Hours: Daily from 08:00 – 16:45
  • Address: 366 Race Course Road, Singapore 218636
  • Tel: +65 6294 0714
  • Price Range: No admission fee

Singapore Holy Places – Sri Mariamman Temple

Sri Mariamman Temple3

Sri Mariamman Temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore. Built in 1827, Mariamman Kovil or Kling Street Temple was constructed for worship by immigrants from the Nagapatnam and Cuddalore districts of South India. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Mariamman, known for her power in curing epidemic illnesses and diseases.

Sri Mariamman Temple4

The main festival celebrated at Sri Mariaman temple is Theemithi (Firewalking ceremony) held annually in October/ November. Other important festivals are Navarathiri and 1008 Sankabishegam.

Located in the heart of Chinatown, the temple’s ornamental tower entrance or gopuram has been a landmark to generations of Hindu worshippers and Singaporeans alike.

Opening Hours: Daily 07:00 – 12:00 and 18:00 – 21:00 Location: On the corner of Chinatown’s South Bridge Road at the Pagoda Street

  • Address: 244 S Bridge Road, Singapore 058793
  • Tel: +65 6223 4064
  • Email: smt@heb.org.sg
  • Website: http://www.smt.org.sg/

 


Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

The history of Sri Srinivasa Perumal temple dates back to the late 1800s and is dedicated to Perumal (or Vishnu). Visitors will be impressed by the legend of Vishnu’s nine reincarnations on the Gopuram. It was declared a national monument in 1978.

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The temple underwent major facelifts in 1987, 1992 and 2005. During the different phases of redevelopment, improvements were made to the facade and facilities to meet imperative devotee needs. Some of the major festivals celebrated here are Brahmotsavam, Vaikunda Ekathesi, and Purattasi Sani.

Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

  • Opening Hours: Daily from 06:30 – 12:00 and 18:00 – 21:00
  • Address: 397 Serangoon Road, Singapore 218123
  • Tel: +65 6298 5771 Show Map
  • Website: http://www.sspt.org.sg/

Singapore Holy Places – Central Sikh Temple

Central Sikh Temple 2

This temple at Towner Road is where many of Singapore’s Sikhs come to worship. It was built to commemorate the 518th birthday of Guru Nanak, the first Sikh guru, and houses the Granth Sahib, or holy book. A striking building of white marble, the Central Sikh Temple won the Singapore Institute of Architects’ Design Award in 1986.

Central Sikh Temple

  • Address: 2 Towner Road, Singapore 327804
  • Tel: +65 6299 3855
  • Website: https://sikhs.org.sg/

 


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