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Palace of Heavenly Happiness aka. Thian Hock Keng Temple is an old Chinese Temple located just a little bit outside of the busiest part of Chinatown.
It was built to worship a Chinese sea goddess Mazu.
Entrance to the Temple area is free.
In Singapore, it is very common to find different place of worships and Thian Hock Keng temple really stood out. It is one of the oldest Chinese Temple in the heart of Chinatown. It is definitely worth the visit and also to snap a couple...More
Right in the heart of Chinatown district, lies the oldest chinese temple in Singapore. Originaly built to honour "Mazu", the chinese goddess of the sea, by the local fishermen and visiting sailors. It is now a National monument of Singapore. Other chinese deities are worshiped...More
This is a beautiful, old Buddhist Temple that's well worth a visit. if you go don't forget to have a walk down Amoy street behind the temple where you can see one of Yip Yew Chong's fabulous murals on the Temple's back wall. If this...More
This is one of the oldest temple in Singapore. It is situated in Telok Ayer Street with preserved stretch of shophouses preserved by the government. It houses various god and goddess so a great place for you to learn their story as there are explanation...More
This temple is not to be missed. It’s an UNESCO site, filled with history and culture. It is a working temple and always active and you can experience how it is used today. Stunningly beautiful it allows you to see old and new Singapore together...More