If you say that Singapore is a country with great cultural diversity, you are 100% correct as the diverse myriad of cuisines, languages, and rituals will act as proof to support what you say. It’s a religiously diverse nation too, and these religious places will tell you why.
Sri Mariamman Temple
Just about 4 Km away from the Travelodge Harbourfront, you find this oldest Hindu temple built-in 1827. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Mariamman who is considered the Goddess of Rain.
Most of the guests who stay at 4-star hotels in Singapore head up to the Armenian Church, to distance themselves a little from the busy lanes and streets in Singapore. Surrounded by a peaceful garden and adorable architecture, this church is also the oldest of all churches in the country.
Thian Hock Keng Temple
This temple is popular among tourists as the Temple of Heavenly Happiness and is dedicated to Ma Zu, the Goddess of the Sea. The amazing carvings and sculptures you find in this temple are perfect proof for the architectural talents that Singapore has had in the good old days.
The most highlighted thing about this Sultan Mosque is its golden towers and they are a popular landmark in Singapore among the tourists. The mosque was built in 1928 and is a National Monument now.