Religious Sites in Singapore

Sultan Mosque

Address: 3 Muscat Street

The massive gold dome of the Sultan Mosque makes for an imposing sight amongst Singapore's skyline. The mosque was designed by Denis Santry and completed in 1928.

Tan Si Chong Su Temple

Address: 15 Magazine Road

Visit the well preserved decorations and take in the excellent Feng Shui of this ancestral Hokkien temple. 

Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church

Address: 255 Telok Ayer Street

Methodism was brought to Singapore through English and American missionaries who preached throughout the streets of Chinatown. The Church was first established in 1889 in a shophouse on Boon Tat Street it moved to its address today in 1925.

The Cathedral of the Good Shepherd

Address: Queen Street

This Cathedral is the oldest Catholic church in Singapore with it's foundations laid in 1843. Today it is also home to the Archbishop.

Thekchen Choling

Address: 2 Beatty Lane

Encompassing both Tibetan and Chinese traditions this Tibetan Buddhist Temple was founded by Singapore-born Lama Thubten Namdrol Dorje. This temple is open 24 hours daily and conducts weekly teachings in English and Mandarin.

Thian Hock Keng Temple

Address: 158 Telok Ayer Street

Constructed by seamen in 1871 this Taoist temple is truly international - Dragons from China, tiles from England and the Netherlands and ironwork from Scotland.

Veeramakaliamman Temple

Address: 141 Serangoon Road

This temple was constructed for the worship of Goddes Kali. It was built in 1855 by Bengali builders with its doors covered in tiny bells, worshippers ask God to grant their requests by ringing these bells.

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