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The largest unofficial centre of worship for local Muslims, but visitors are welcome to enter (except during prayer services, so avoid Fridays)....
3 Muscat Street (6293 4405)
Formed in 1977, the Hindu Centre is a cultural organisation promoting the study and practice of Hinduism in Singapore. Located in a refurbished...
132 Owen Road (6291 8540)
One of Singapore ’s earliest mosques, the Jamae was founded in 1827 by Muslim Indian entrepreneurs from southern India (the Chulias –...
218 South Bridge Road (6221 4165)
This impressive Gothic edifice was built by Indian convict labourers and consecrated in 1862. The original church (another of George Drumgoole...
11 St Andrew's Road (6337 6104)
Beautiful blue patterned walls are topped with a golden sphere, earning this building the nickname ‘Golden Dome Mosque’. But the real name...
471 Victoria Street (6294 3862)
A century ago, Telok Ayer Street was right up against the sea. And this temple, known as the Temple of Heavenly Happiness, was popular with newly...
158 Telok Ayer St (6423 4616)
Constructed in 1925 by Hindu Chettiers from South India, who came to Singapore mainly as money-lenders, this temple was intended as a shrine...
73 Keong Saik Road (6221 4853)
Oddly enough, the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore is smack in the middle of Chinatown . It was built (as a humble shed) in 1827 by Naraina...
244 South Bridge Road (6223 4064)
Also known as the Calm Sea Temple , built in 1826 by Teochew fisherman. Set back from the road, the temple’s wide forecourt is...
30b Philip Street
This side of Little India was historically the area where the Indian Muslims settled, and the original mosque on this site was founded by Shaik...
41 Dunlop Street (6295 4209)
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