Whenever we plan for Singapore trip, we always create an image of skyscrapers, beaches, resorts, attractions like Universal studios, Singapore flyer and Marina Stands. But the destination is more than that, being one of the strongest economies in the world, Singapore showcases a significant side of art, history, culture embossed in its temples. Plan for a luxurious Singapore holiday with our Singapore holiday packages and explore the magnetic beauty of temples in Singapore filled with mesmerizing art and history, along with you get to visit Universal Studios, Gardens by the Bay, Marina Life Park, Singapore flyer, and Marina Bay Sands.
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The Most Mesmerizing Temples in Singapore
Give a read on the most stunning temples in Singapore you must visit on your holiday and make your trip the best trip to Singapore with your family.
Sri Mariamman Temple
One of the famous temples in Singapore was built in early 1800’ and designed in Dravidian style, renowned for its grandiosity and majesty.The temple features intricate human figures of both males and females reflecting stories from history.It holds great faith and belief for local Hindu population in the country.
If you are on Singapore trip during Indian festival- Diwali celebrations, you must witness the walk on fire ceremony named as Theemithi. Book your Singapore holiday package and explore more about the Mariamman or the Goddess of Rain.
Wat Ananda Metyarama (Thai Theravada)
One of the famous and beautiful Buddhist temples in Singapore will transport you to the enticing Thailand. The temple is a perfect blend of old and new featuring impressive meditation halls, museums and quarters for monks. The place features new sections which are recently added in 2014, earlier it was Thai Theravada Buddhist temple. The attraction is a must visit for all travelers, it is located in Bukit Merah, Singapore.
Sri Sivan Temple
Missing on Hindu rituals and culture? Pay a visit to Sri Sivan temple, a rare Shiva temple in Singapore. The temple is dedicated to Hindu god- Lord Shiva resembles to the shape of Octagon with the fusion of North and South Indian styles. The temple is decorated with lights and embellishments during the Hindu festival, Maha Shivratri. The place is frequently visited by the travelers, making it one of the most stunning temples in Singapore you must visit on your holiday.
Burmese Buddhist Temple
An eleven feet tall Buddha statue weighing around 10 tonnesis perched at the Burmese Buddhist Temple. The temple was built in 1875, is the oldest Theravada Buddhist Temple, which makes it one of the most famous Buddhist temples in Singapore.The statue of Lord Buddha is made up of pure white marble showcasing the perfect example of art and architecture. It is one of the largest white marble statues of Lord Buddha in the world, it came from Mandalay. It is said that Mandalay is the same place where Bodhi tree has originated from and under Bodhi tree, Gautam Buddha got enlightenment.
Thian Hock Keng Temple
Thian Hock Keng is considered as one of the most astounding temples in Singapore.The temple was built in 1842 and it is dedicated to Taoist Goddess of the Sea- Ma Zu. The beautiful Chinese temple or Taoist temple in Singapore is popular for its tempting architectural beauty.Complete with its Chinese architecture, history and customs, this temple is a worth visit on your trip to Singapore.
Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple
Sri Srinivasa Peruman Temple is a Hindu temple, devoted to Lord Perumal, also known as Lord Krishna, Lord Krishna is a form of Lord Vishnu. The temple was built in 1855 and it is highly influence by the Dravidian style. It is laden with a number of beautiful carvings on the walls, other than gopuram with a height of 20 meters which is placed outside, the temple also features various idols of Lord Vishnu. The courtyard includes a well, making it one of the most famous Hindu temples in Singapore.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum
Situated in Chinatown, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple &Museum showcases richness of history though it was made only 10 years ago. The baroque architecture of the temple is derived by the Chinese Tang dynasty. The spectacular temple embodies the holy relic in Buddhism- the tooth of Buddha, which makes it one of the famous Buddhist temples in Singapore. You will find mind- blowing artworks associated with the life of Lord Buddha, a beautiful garden and a bookstore. The famous Buddhist temple is a must- visit for every traveler, we ensure that you will be moved by its beauty.
Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple
Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple is located on Ceylon road, is one of the most stunning temples in Singapore you must visit on your holiday. The amazing temple embodies the glory and grandeur to its core, it features 68 feet high entrance tower which is of golden color. The temple includes charming praying halls and meditation halls, these prayer halls consists of four granite pillars on four corners with the carvings of Lord Vinayagar on them. The beautiful sculptures, paintings, and murals on walls is attracting visitors from every religion.
Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery
If you are exploring Temples in Singapore, then a visit to Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery is must for you. Situated at Toa Payoh in Singapore, the temple is very popular as one of the oldest monastery in Singapore. Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery is also known as Siong Lim temple or the Shuang Lin temple which showcases the perfect picture spot with astounding seven story architecture. The sacred place is made in Chinese style (Heyuan) with magnificent prayer halls, wall carvings and garden filled with Bonsai trees, which makes it more attractive and famous Chinese temple in Singapore.
Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple
Located at Serangoon Road, little India in Singapore, the famous temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali. According to locals, the stunning temple was first commenced in 1830 by a devotee praying to an idol under a banyan tree. Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple was established after approximately hundred years. It features different idols and figurines of Hindu Gods and Goddesses.Do not forget to see Diwali celebrations and Periyachi Pooja if you are on Singapore trip during the Indian festival times.
Sree Ramar Temple
Sree Ramar Temple is also famed with the name of Hanuman Temple in Singapore. According to Hindu mythology, Hanuman is a strong devotee of Lord Rama and because of his mythological significance, he is praised by everyone.Situated on the east coast of Singapore, the Sree Ramar temple features glorious statues of Lord Buddha and Quan Yin which is drawing attention of both Hindu and Non- Hindu devotees to the temple.One of the perfect holiday destination for your upcoming international holiday has stored a lot for you and your family.