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I visited this Toaist Temple during 2019 International Conferences on Cohesive Societies. One of the iconic sites to appreciate the scope n depth of inter-racial and inter-religious harmony in Singapore. Besides magnificent craftsman works on the ceilings of the temple, the latest of art incense...More
Looks like they are renovating now..
Different religions all under one roof.. Very interesting place... oh and please follow the praying order pattern which is clearly marked over there..
I went last sat.. and for the fun of it bought a few numbers...More
The place is quite interesting and the bigger temple, the Taoist is really beautiful.
They found a way to make the religions live together being all them flexible to the same extend. I saw an offer of raw meat in the outside temple, a lot...More
Today (30 January 2017) the 3rd day of lunar new year. Visited Loyang Tua Pek Kong Temple to pray for blessings. An unique temple with many religions co-exists. Racial harmony.
Temple was exceptionally flooded with visitors and devotees. Very smokey caused by incenses and joss...More
This temple used to be by the seaside, was rumoured a fisherman found a Tua Pek Kong idol and build a shrine for it. As more devotees flock to this temple, it is now relocated in a bigger premise at Loyang Industrial Park.
This Tua Pek Kong Temple is located on eastern Singapore it has many deities. A place where Islam, Hinduism, Taoism and Buddhism co-exist.
A Muslim kramat dedicated to a Muslim holy man. A Hindu shrine with the large Ganesha statue, also a shrine to Letchimi...More