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We went to this temple after many years! The temple has been recently renovated I think as it looked very new and refurbished! There’s no proper seating area to consume the prassadtham! And also there were Too many pigeons in the temple which was a...More
Vivid colourings on the walls and figurines makes this a rather photogenic place. Mostly visited by local Hindus, but visitors are all welcome. Shoes off please. The devotees that came dutifully leave their shoes outside the gate and walk barefot into the sacred ground. Sunlit...More
Somehow I've missed this small but attractive temple on previous visits to the Little India district. This one is actually less busy than the main temples closer to the city end of Serangoon Road, and to that extent the experience of visiting is more pleasant....More
The story of the temple is that a devoted woman put an Amman picture under a banyan tree. Because of the lots of water around, it was a popular area, visited by huge number of people, who started praying there and finally built a temple....More