was a very nice temple, very calm and pleasant even though it was on to the main road side, the temple was clean and neat
A place to worship for Tamil people. This temple is same like temples of South India. A great artistic work is done by the artist to build this temple. This temple depicts pure south Indian culture. It is must to visit place if you want to experience India in singapore
I really enjoyed this temple, it has many different shrines inside and beautiful detail on the outside. You need to leave your shoes outside the front of the temple which some people might not be keen on. Although you don't need long here its location is great for browsing some shops and getting a real Indian meal. The temple and... More
Very close to Mustafa - walkable distance/ Avoid evenings though, as it can be very crowded. Eating places are nearby Mustafa. Lots of buses plying from that road towards north, Close to Farrer Park MRT
We walked here but the temple is covered under repair. Nothing to see we wasted our time in a clean moderne city like Singapore India town is dirty and smelly just like the real India.
Photography was permitted here which was great, the only thing was that the facade of the temple was hidden under covers as it was under maintenance, but the interior of the temple gives you an idea of what it looks like on the outside. Also got to see the rituals performed by worshippers which was interesting to watch. There is... More
We visited on a Saturday morning, so got to observe worshippers visiting the temple, which was quite crowded. The colorful statuary and decoration of the temple was quite elaborate in this centrally located Little India landmark.
I walked around Little India and found it with crowdy people in front of the gate. Look everybody busied but they are very nice. No ticket fees cause this is temple, everyone cheerful and helpful. I didn't know the Hindu ceremony so many people like to explained to me. And I felt their warm heart with hospitality. Not for trade... More
An absolutely fascinating insight into the Hindu religion and a "must do" for any trip to Singapore. Make sure it is combined with some sort of food experience from the many nearby options!
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