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Places of Worship in Singapore

Places of Worship in Singapore.

Are you on a trip to Singapore and you’re having doubt about the best place for worship to harness your religious practices? Then this list is for you. This list contains most of the most visited temples either by the devotees , worshippers or just tourists. So, whichever of the Temples you choose to worship in, be rest assure that you will be highly welcome. So here is the list:

1.     Sri Afterdayuthapani Temple

Location: 15 Tank Rd, Singapore 238065

Sri Afterdayuthapani Temple

The Sri Afterdayuthapani temple is located almost in a picturesque and quiet area near the river valley on the road of cisterns. Sri Afterdayuthapani Temple is a more important religious place for the Hindus.

Founded in 1859 by the community of "Nattukkottai Chettiars" in Singapore. The temple is greatly referred to as Chettiar Temple. The aesthetic architecture of the temple is mainly South Indian in style and is used in combination with 75-foot gopuram and all-embracing deities. The interior of the temple is as chic as the outside. And they are supported by sculptural and concrete elastic poles, decorated by various mythological figures. The temple goddess is led by the Hindu god Murugan, but the temple retains the sanctuaries of the lord, perhaps lord Sundareswarar. Who is the lord Shiva, the goddess Meenakshi and the goddess Parvati and the god of Navagraha (nine gods associated with on earth). It is one of the oldest Murugan temples in Singapore. This temple is a must visit for all those who have an aesthetic tendency to religion and spirituality.

2.    Sri Layan Sithi Vinayagar Temple

Location: 73 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089167

Layan Sithi Vinayagar Temple

Sri Layan Sithi Vinayagar Temple is another important and popular Hindu temple in Singapore. Lord Morgan's brother is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. This temple was the temples of southern India. The Layan Sithi Vinayagar Temple also amazes people with its amazing architecture and vibrant colors. Hundreds of saints and fervent aesthetics of different races and every day, led by Lord Vinayagar (Ganesha), visit the main shrine of the temple, as well as Saint Vel (spear), symbol of Lord Murugan. Every Thursday, and Sunday, worshipers flock to the temple to tour the main shrine 108 times, to fulfill their vows and seek the blessings of Lord Sithi Vinayagar. Many non-Hindus also pay homage to this temple.

3.    Sri sivan temple

Location: 24 Geylang East Ave 2, Singapore 389752

Sri sivan temple

Sri Sivan Temple is located in Singapore's Geylang District, where the "Sri Sivan Temple" is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is one of the most beautiful Hindu temples in the country. Its beautifully arranged octagonal-shaped architecture combines both styles, as in the style of North and South India. This temple is of great religious significance in the hearts of all Hindus. Every day, the temple faces hundreds of worshipers. People who come here offer their prayers and seek sacred blessings from the god. Besides local Singaporeans, the temple is also a great attraction for new foreign tourists. Aesthetics try to come here to get a glimpse of Hindu customs and traditions. For those looking for an unforgettable and memorable experience at Sivan Temple, one must have a visit here during the Maha Shivratri festival, when the temple is at its visual base that bathes in the light of thousands of light bulbs and teeming with devotees and eagerly await their turn to give a bath of milk to the sacred Shivlinga. During this sacred festival, many cultural programs are also organized in the temple and the locals are open all night, offering an unparalleled opportunity for terrifying photography to scaryly show off of talents and for those who are prone to learn new cultures, organize a gala time. By far, this is one of the best spiritual places for Hindus in Singapore.

Sree Maha Mariamman Temple

The temple's history, the "Sree Maha Mariamman Temple," dates back to 85 years ago, when some of the Hindu workers at the Sembawang Rubber Estate built a small shrine dedicated to Sree Maha Mariamman as a powerful cement idol. . During the period between 1950 and 1960, the temple was transferred from its original location to Mandai Road. And the cemented idol of the goddess was being replaced by the granite statue. During the ceremony of consecration, the great idols of Sree Sivan, Sree Krishnar, Sree Vinayagar and Sree Murugan were also enshrined in the temple. The intricate interiors of the temple also offer

ed an incomparable visual spectacle with extremely carved statues and extravagant sculptures adorning the temple.

4.   Holy Temple of Sri Balasubramaniar

Location: 10 Yishun Industrial Park A, Singapore 768772

Holy Temple of Sri Balasubramaniar

Holy Tree Sri Balasubramaniar Temple is an exceptionally ancient temple. The story of the Balasubramaniar temple is as follows. It is located in the Yishun Industrial Park and has an interesting history that dates back to about 50 years ago, when the area had served as a shipyard for the British Royal Navy. It is also said that on the eve of Pongal, a hardworking shipyard worker dreamed of lord Murugan and a golden cobra sitting under an Elanthamaran tree (Chinese red date palm) in a very swampy mangrove. , which lies somewhere around the Canberra road. The worker had gone to search and found the tree with six large main branches that symbolized lord Murugan's six arms. And that was its inception.

5.    Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple

Location: 555 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 218174

Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple

Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple is another popular Hindu temple in Singapore. It is located at the junction of the Balestier and Serangoon highways, near Little India. Vadapathira asks the employee to place a Kali deity under a banyan tree, once located near the existing temple. The small altar was gaining popularity among the Indians and in 1935 it became a temple in its own right. In addition to the apartment, there was also a shrine of the goddess Kali. The temple also houses various statues of other gods and deities, such as Sri Hanuman, Sri Vinayagar, Sri Ramar, Sri Nagehwari Amman and Sri Periyachi Amman.

The sixth edition of Maha Kumbabishegam for Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple took place on December 9, 2016, bringing new deities such as Jambulingeswarar (Lord Shiva), Akhilandeswari, Chandikeswarar, Navagraham, Swarnakrashna Bhairavar, Lakshmi Kuberar, Lakshmi Narasimar,

This temple also has a popular shiridi sai baba mandir visited every day by devotees.

6.   Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple

Location: 19 Ceylon Rd, Singapore 429613

Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple

The temple dates back more than 150 years. The "Senpaga Vinayagar Temple" was consecrated for the first time in 1850. After the discovery of an idol of lord Vinayagar, which was found in the shade of a Senpaga tree at the edge of the pond. At that time, only a small shelter was built around the tree and the deity was enshrined in this beautiful structure. The temple is located on the Ceylon Highway, which presents a captivating and aesthetic architectural design, based on the Chola architecture lines found in southern Indonesia. It was decorated with a heavenly and ornate gopuram that was not as lively as the other temples in the country. This gave him a more subtle appearance. The great interior of the temple houses the sanctum sanctorum, which is dedicated to lord Ganesha with its domed roof and covered and plated with pure gold. The ornate architecture, tranquility and ambience of the temple are filled with a spiritual aura, making it a must-visit during your trip to Singapore.

Are you a religion enthusiasm? Then you’ve just read the best places to harness the worship of your beliefs. You can visit any of the temple for visit or just for sight seeing if you are a tourist and you just want new experiences. But what ever your choice of visit is, be rest assure that you’re getting the best for your soul.

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