You don’t necessarily need to be a Buddhist to adore the temples you find in Singapore. They are all adorable with their unique architecture, historical stories and also diverse customs, and this is why you should visit them at least once in your lifetime if you are a frequent traveller to this iconic city!
Sri Mariamman Temple
This temple is located in the middle of Chinatown and of course, can be considered the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore.
Tan Si Chong Su
Tan Si Chong Su, which is also known as the Ancestral Hall of the Tan Clan is a Chinese temple located on Magazine Road and is very easily accessible to all those who are interested. Those in search of the best luxury hotel in Singapore, within easy reach of this attraction, can consider Grand Park City Hall that is just about 1 KM away from it.
Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple
This is a Buddhist temple that is dedicated to Kwan Im- the goddess of mercy. There is a massive prayer hall in this temple to facilitate thousands of worshippers that flood in on a daily basis.
Qi Tian Gong Temple
Qi Tian Gong Temple is the first and the only temple which is dedicated to the Monkey God. The statues you find here are special because they date back over centuries.