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Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore

January 2, 2020

You can never get tired of the vibrant Singapore as there are always new places to visit, food to eat and event to attend. On this article, #SGB_Team will introduce you to various charming religious temples that you can visit. You don’t necessarily have to have the same religion to visit them, but you can learn about the mesmerizing architecture and history of each building! Take a note of their location and get ready to temple hopping

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Buddha Tooth Relic (unsplash)

Located at Chinatown, Buddha Tooth Relic is definitely among the many eye-catching building in Singapore. The temple was inspired by the Tang Dynasty of North China which has a unique and majestic characteristic.

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Kuil Instagramable (IG: bay_brownie )

The temple was fully built in 2007 so it wasn’t that long ago. With its iconic red and golden theme colour, this might just be your new favourite spot to snap Instagram worthy pictures! #SGB_Family can join a tour or even join a meditation or Buddhism class here.

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Address: 288, South Bridge Road, Singapura 058840

MRT: Telok Ayer, Chinatown

Sri Thendayuthapani Temple

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Sri Thendayuthapani (IG: niuuuuuuuhui)

Sri Thendayuthapani Temple was recently officially acknowledged as a national monument. It was built by Nattukottai Chettiar community which was a follower of Shaivites.

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Spot Instagramable (IG: mistachafunk )

Sri Thendayuthapani Temple, also known as Murugan, Subramaniam or Kartikeya, is popular among the Tamil population in Singapore. The best time to come here is during Thaipusam Festival (beginning of February) because all progressions will end at this temple. Take a closer look when you are here and you will be able to see carvings of the gods in various colours.

Sri Thendayuthapani

Address: 15 Thank Road, Singapura 238065

MRT: Fort Canning

Bright Hill Temple (Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Temple)

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Bright Hill Temple (IG: aurelise.b )

Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Temple, AKA Bright Hill Temple, is located at Bright Hill or Hai Nan Hill. Built on top of a land that was donated by a Chinese businessman, Tan Woo Seng. Bright Hill Temple is the first traditional Tiongkok temple in Singapore.

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Lampion di kuil (IG: fafko )

The temple has two storeys, a temple hall, visitor centre, and a residential area. Due to numerous generous donations, this temple is still standing today with over 10,000 Buddha statue and a praying area that can fit 10 soccer field in it!

Bright Hill Temple

88 Bright Hill Rd, Singapura 574117

MRT: Ang Mo Kio

Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Sri Srinivasa (IG: mariephotodiary)

This very instagrammable temple was built to honour the god of Vishnu. When #SGB_Family is visiting it, you will encounter many statues and display that are significant to the god of Vishnu such as Garuda (the bird god that faithfully accompanies him)

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Kuil di Singapura (IG: colourspayi )

This National Monument is the starting point of Thaipusam Festival, which is a festival to celebrate the god of war, Murugan and the son of Shiva. #SGB_Family can also enjoy the god of Vishnu’s avatar here.

Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

Address: 397 Serangoon Road, Singapura 218123

MRT: Farrer Park

So those are the instagrammable temples that you can find in Singapore. Other than posing in front of them, #SGB_Family can also take a tour here to gain more knowledge on the background information of each temples! Which ones have #SGB_Family visited? Look out for more tourist attractions destination in Singapore Guidebook Website!

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You can never get tired of the vibrant Singapore as there are always new places to visit, food to eat and event to attend. On this article, #SGB_Team will introduce you to various charming religious temples that you can visit. You don’t necessarily have to have the same religion to visit them, but you can learn about the mesmerizing architecture and history of each building! Take a note of their location and get ready to temple hopping

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Buddha Tooth Relic (unsplash)

Located at Chinatown, Buddha Tooth Relic is definitely among the many eye-catching building in Singapore. The temple was inspired by the Tang Dynasty of North China which has a unique and majestic characteristic.

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Kuil Instagramable (IG: bay_brownie )

The temple was fully built in 2007 so it wasn’t that long ago. With its iconic red and golden theme colour, this might just be your new favourite spot to snap Instagram worthy pictures! #SGB_Family can join a tour or even join a meditation or Buddhism class here.

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Address: 288, South Bridge Road, Singapura 058840

MRT: Telok Ayer, Chinatown

Sri Thendayuthapani Temple

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Sri Thendayuthapani (IG: niuuuuuuuhui)

Sri Thendayuthapani Temple was recently officially acknowledged as a national monument. It was built by Nattukottai Chettiar community which was a follower of Shaivites.

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Spot Instagramable (IG: mistachafunk )

Sri Thendayuthapani Temple, also known as Murugan, Subramaniam or Kartikeya, is popular among the Tamil population in Singapore. The best time to come here is during Thaipusam Festival (beginning of February) because all progressions will end at this temple. Take a closer look when you are here and you will be able to see carvings of the gods in various colours.

Sri Thendayuthapani

Address: 15 Thank Road, Singapura 238065

MRT: Fort Canning

Bright Hill Temple (Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Temple)

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Bright Hill Temple (IG: aurelise.b )

Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Temple, AKA Bright Hill Temple, is located at Bright Hill or Hai Nan Hill. Built on top of a land that was donated by a Chinese businessman, Tan Woo Seng. Bright Hill Temple is the first traditional Tiongkok temple in Singapore.

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Lampion di kuil (IG: fafko )

The temple has two storeys, a temple hall, visitor centre, and a residential area. Due to numerous generous donations, this temple is still standing today with over 10,000 Buddha statue and a praying area that can fit 10 soccer field in it!

Bright Hill Temple

88 Bright Hill Rd, Singapura 574117

MRT: Ang Mo Kio

Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Sri Srinivasa (IG: mariephotodiary)

This very instagrammable temple was built to honour the god of Vishnu. When #SGB_Family is visiting it, you will encounter many statues and display that are significant to the god of Vishnu such as Garuda (the bird god that faithfully accompanies him)

Instagrammable Temple Hopping in Singapore
Kuil di Singapura (IG: colourspayi )

This National Monument is the starting point of Thaipusam Festival, which is a festival to celebrate the god of war, Murugan and the son of Shiva. #SGB_Family can also enjoy the god of Vishnu’s avatar here.

Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

Address: 397 Serangoon Road, Singapura 218123

MRT: Farrer Park

So those are the instagrammable temples that you can find in Singapore. Other than posing in front of them, #SGB_Family can also take a tour here to gain more knowledge on the background information of each temples! Which ones have #SGB_Family visited? Look out for more tourist attractions destination in Singapore Guidebook Website!

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