Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple

Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple, located on Waterloo Street, is a popular place of worship for devotees of Guan Yin, the Chinese goddess of mercy. Built in 1884, it is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Singapore and a hallmark of late-19th-century Chinese temple courtyard architecture. The temple is known for its philanthropy.

Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple first started as a temple dedicated to the goddess of mercy, Guan Yin. Other deities found in the temple include Ta Ma Tan Shith (or Da Mu Tuo Shi), chief of the six Buddhist patriarchs; and Hua Tuo, a Han-dynasty doctor who is the Chinese patron saint of medicine.

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

The temple is completed in 2007, however, the architecture strictly follows northern Chinese temple style complete with Tang Dynasty details. The abbot ensured that it abided by tradition in order to reflect Singapore Chinese heritage.

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Thian Hock Keng Temple

Thian Hock Keng is the oldest Chinese temple in Singapore, a place to worship Mazu, the goddess of the Sea. Pioneer Chinese immigrants came here to give thanks for save trip across the South China Sea.

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Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple

The Sri Veeramakaliamman temple at Serangoon is one of the oldest
Temples in Singapore. It was built by Indian pioneers to gathering and hold
Social-cultural activities.

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St. Andrew’s Cathedral

It is the oldest Anglican church in Singapore and was gazette as
A national monument in 1973.The church was named after the
Patron saint of Scotland because initial financial support came from the local Scotland community.

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Sultan Mosque

The current building was completed in 1932. The architect is famous of its unique style which combines traditional Persian, Moorish and Turkish influences. Over the years, the mosque has been an important focal place for religious, cultural and social activities. The mosque is also involved in charity work such as food distribution and blood donation.


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