Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Temple
88 Bright Hill Drive
Bright Hill Temple features fine example of Chinese
decoration, statues and shrines. A large turtle pool,
peaceful gardens and the constant hum of prayer add to the
air of tranquility.
Siong Lim Temple
184 Jalan Toa Payoh
Completed in 1908 and now a national monument, This
Buddhist temple commemorates Buddha's birth and dead. An
elaborately decorated gateway, accessible by a bridge,
opens into courtyard, where you can see beautifully carved
Buddha imported from Thailand.
Tan Si Chong Su Temple
Facing Singapore River, this ancestral Hokkien is said to
have excellent "feng shui" (luck or blessings).
Built in 1876, the temple is rich in gilt-covered
decorative carvings, moldings and murals.
Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple
336 Race Course Road
Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple is commonly known as
"Temple of 1000 Lights". In the center of this
sanctuary is an array of lights encircling a 15-meter high
statue of Buddha. Be inspired by the murals depicting
Buddha's search for enlightens.
Thian Hock Keng Temple
Telok Ayer Street
The oldest Chinese temple in Singapore, Thian Hock
Keng is also the island's most important Hokkien temple.
Sailors were said to have given thanks in this
Taoist-Buddhist temple, as early as 1821. Both the young
and elderly could be seen paying their respects to Ma Zu
Po (Mother of Heavenly Sages) or Confucius.