Religious Sites in Singapore

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Religious Sites in Singapore

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Abdul Gaffoor Mosque
This mosque was completed in 1910 and has recently been restored...
Religious Sites Little India
 
Al-Abrar Mosque
In 1827 when the original thatch hut stood here, it was one of...
Religious Sites Chinatown and Tiong Bahru
 
Armenian Church
Also known as the Church of St. Gregory the Illuminator, this...
Religious Sites CBD
 
Chettiar Temple
Also known as Sri Thendayuthapani Temple, this southern Indian...
Religious Sites Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay, and Mohamed Sultan
 
Hajjah Fatimah Mosque
In 1845 Hajjah Fatimah, a wealthy Muslim woman married to a Bugis...
Religious Sites Kampong Glam
 
Jamae Mosque
Popularly called Masjid Chulia, this simple, almost austere mosque...
Religious Sites Chinatown and Tiong Bahru
 
Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Temple
The Bright Hill Temple, as it's commonly known, is Singapore's...
Religious Sites Greater Singapore
 
Kusu Island
Less than four miles southwest of Singapore, Kusu is one of the...
Religious Sites, Islands Sentosa Island
 
Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple
The dusty, incense-filled interior of this popular temple has...
Religious Sites Bras Basah and Bugis
 
Leong San See Temple
This temple's main altar is dedicated to Kuan Yin—also known...
Religious Sites Little India
 
Malabar Muslim Jama-Ath Mosque
In 1848 the sultan granted this land for use as a burial ground...
Religious Sites Kampong Glam
 
Nagore Durgha Shrine
This odd mix of minarets and Greek columns was built by South...
Religious Sites Chinatown and Tiong Bahru
 
Sri Mariamman Temple
Singapore's oldest Hindu temple has a pagoda-like entrance topped...
Religious Sites Chinatown and Tiong Bahru
 
Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple
Dedicated to Vishnu the Preserver, the temple is easy to recognize...
Religious Sites Little India
 
Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple
Dedicated to Kali the Courageous, a ferocious incarnation of...
Religious Sites Little India
 
St. Andrew's Cathedral
The first church at this site was constructed in 1834, but was...
Religious Sites CBD
 
Sultan Mosque
The first mosque on this site was built in the early 1820s with...
Religious Sites Kampong Glam
 
Thian Hock Keng Temple
This structure—the Temple of Heavenly Happiness—was completed...
Religious Sites Chinatown and Tiong Bahru
 
Wak Hai Cheng Bio Temple
Built in 1826 by Teochew Chinese from Guangdong Province and...
Religious Sites CBD
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