Shri Krishnan Bagawan Temple
It is the only south Indian Hindu temple in Singapore where Sri Krishna and Rukmini are worshipped.
It was built in 1870 where a person named Hanuman Beem Singh put the idol of Shri Krishna under a tree and over the years, that place was built into a temple.
The temple is located near Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple where many Chinese people also come to seek blessings from here hence an altar was dedicated to Guan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy within the temple premises. The temple has an amazing architecture with lots of idols with different colors.
Shri Sivan temple
A Hindu Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and was originally present in Potong Pasir and moved to a place adjacent to Foo Hai Chian Buddhist Monastery.
Some festivals which are celebrated here are Maha Shivaratri, Vasantha, Navaratri, Guru Peryarchi, Navaratri Skantha Shasti.
The temple looks grand with such minute detailing to the architectural style and is of white and golden making it look more elegant.
Sri Thendayuthapani Temple
It is also known as Chettiar’s Temple or the Tank Road temple is also considered as the national monument.
It was built in 1859 dedicated to the six-faced Lord Subramanium. The devotees pierce their bodies with hooks and spears, etc. on the occasion of Thaipusam as their gratitude.
Thian Hock Keng
Thian Hock Keng means “Palace of Heavenly Happiness” dedicating to the Chinese sea Goddess- Mazu.
At first, it was a small house built in 1821-1822 by the local Hokkien community and is the oldest temple and a national monument.
A shrine is built on the backside dedicating to Guanyin. It is a splendid place with the theme of traditional Chinese design.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
It is a popular attraction in Chinatown which houses the tooth relic of Buddha and was established in 2002.
The building has the architecture of the Northern Chinese style of the Tang Dynasty.
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It is also known as Kong Meng San Pher Kark See, which is a Buddhist temple built in 1920 by Zhuan Dao consisting of Stupas, Crematorium, Columbarium and prayer halls.
The Buddha statue located in the temple is one of Asia’s largest Buddha statue with a height of 13.8 meters and weighs 55 tonnes.
Masjid Abdul Gaffour
A mosque in Little India that was constructed in 1907 and completed in 1910.
The architecture is of Indo- Saracenic style and has been declared as a national monument.
It is known as the Sultan mosque that was named after Sultan Hussain Shah. It has the same architectural design as Masjid Abdul Gaffour which was completed by 1931 and was declared as the national monument.
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