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Top 7 Temple in Singapore

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List of the Best Temples in Singapore

 

1. Sri Krishan Temple

Sri Krishnan Temple, a 148-year-old Hindu Temple in Singapore dedicated to the Hindu savior Krishna and his consort, is on the outskirts of the Bugis heritage district. After 4 years of diligent work, the compact complex was completely restructured in 2018 and is currently a lively repository of Southern Indian religious art, with colorful sights and wall reliefs at every turn.

A visit to the whole temple on Friday night when meditation and light come alive is strongly suggested. The beauty of the exotic sculptures below the blue sky at night is a surreal sensation. It is a spiritual feeling, combined with the aroma of jasmine and incense, and song prayer. If you are interested in Singapore’s Shri Krishan Temple. Book Singapore Vacation Packages !

Where: Rochor MRT Station on the Downtown Line is the nearest MRT station. It’s about five to seven minutes from Sri Krishnan Temple.

2. Sri Mariamman Temple

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Intriguingly, it is not in Serangoon Little India, but in the suburbs of Chinatown that the earliest Hindu temple in Singapore is. Just a 3 min walk from the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple.

The temples of Mariamman, the Hindu Goddess of Rain, were founded by Southern Indian corporate leader Naraina Pillai in 1827. Over the years, Tamil Hindus in Singapore has become a key community institution.

The Sri Mariamman Temple has also become recognized over the last few years for its annual firefighting ceremony (Timiti).

Where: Take the North-East Line and Downtown Line exit A of Chinatown MRT Station onto Pagoda Street.

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3. Central Sikh Temple

Many of Singapore’s 15,000 Sikhs come to pray in the main Sikh temple of Towner Strait. It was constructed to commemorate Guru Nanak, the first Sikh guru,’ the 518th birthday and houses the Holy book, the Granth Sahih.

In 1986 the central Sikh Temple was given the Singapore Academy for Architecture Award as a magnificent building of white marble.

Where: 2 Towner Road, Singapore 327804

4. Temple of 1000 Lights

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Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple is basically a walking distance from the Long San See, as it is on the other side of the road. The main attraction of this temple is a 15-meter high Buddha’s immense sat statue, which weight a shocking 300 tonnes when contrasting it small with other well-known Singaporean Buddhist temples.

In addition to the small room underneath the altar venerating a resting Buddha, various dioramas are around the Buddha depicting Buddha’s life and enlightenment. The temple is also named the Temple of 1,000 Lights owing to the stylized Glow produced by LEDs circling the great Buddha.

Where: The Farrer Park MRT station on the North-East Line is a five-minute walk away. Utilize exit B.

5. Leong San Temple

If you want to see a more intimate, unlike the majesty of the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Kong Meng San Phor Kark See, the Singaporean temple is the right place to go.

Compact, Leong San See is probably what most Asian newcomer people would imagine being a Chinese temple with a wondrous and atmospheric main hall. This is mystical, meditative, yet has a heavy mystic brush.

This temple in the vicinity of Little India opens beyond the main hall to a courtyard garden, and also the ancient worship hall, the garden itself, with a strange selection of Chinese statues.

Where: A five-minute walk from the North East Line Farrer Park MRT Station. Use Exit B.

6. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

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Intriguingly, it is not in Serangoon Little India, but in the suburbs of Chinatown that the earliest Hindu temple in Singapore is. Just a 3 min walk from the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple.

The temples of Mariamman, the Hindu Goddess of Rain, were founded by Southern Indian corporate leader Naraina Pillai in 1827. Over the years, Tamil Hindus in Singapore has become a key community institution.

The Sri Mariamman Temple has also become recognized over the last few years for its annual firefighting ceremony (Timiti). If you are interested in Singapore’s Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. Book Singapore Vacation Packages !

Where: The temple is located on the northeast line and downtown line a few minutes’ walk from Exit A of Chinatown MRT Station.

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7. Sultan Mosque

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Enjoy visiting the Masjid Sultan, Singapore’s leading mosque, and a famous landmark in the Malay Heritage district of Kampong Glam. The district is the perfect place to learn and understand the religion, culture, and ethnicity of today’s Singaporean Muslims. The history of MASJID SULTAN dates back to 1824 and has gone through many stages of development before becoming what it is today.

The Mosque has a hall for up to 5,000 in mass priestly festivities.

By trust, the Board of Directors comprises 12 members representing 6 ethnic groups: Malays, Bugis, Javanese, Arabs, Southern, and Northern Indians. It is administered by a trust.

Where: 3 Muscat St, Singapore 198833

 

 

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