Loyang Tua Pek Kong Temple

Loyang Tua Pek Kong Temple, Singapore

Loyang Tua Pek Kong Temple
4.5
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Monday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Tuesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Friday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Singapore2,059 contributions
Nearer My God To Thee
Dec 2019 • Friends
Serene Karma, Divine Aura. Absolutely in tune with connecting with the Almighty - although junior deities abound. Impressive altars, awesome statues that even the gods envy. The main worship halls are of the Buddhist faith. There is a Hindu shrine, colorful and calming, there as well. Massive fans (think helicopter propellers) cool the entire joint premises while trains (yes, trains) of comfortable sofas tend to the weary. Free vegetarian meals and drinks are available - well organised, there is a proper, clean dining area provided.

Buddhist worshippers pray individually without the temple clergy... who are not seen. Hindu faithfuls are, in contrast, led in prayers by priests whose presence can't be missed.
Written December 8, 2019
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ivanbeingblessed
111 contributions
Blissful!
Mar 2019 • Solo
I was there on the Wednesday and it's beautiful praying there. There will be guidance for those who are first timers. Importantly, leave the temple with a smile after everything done like i did.
Written March 14, 2019
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Mashie
Amwaj Islands, Bahrain26 contributions
Community in religion
Aug 2018 • Friends
Religion is not the cause of diversity. It's the human ego. This place shows we can all pray together under one roof.
Written August 28, 2018
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Babu S
Singapore, Singapore55 contributions
Mixed ethnicity under one roof
May 2017 • Solo
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..

Interesting place..

I went last sat.. and for the fun of it bought a few numbers and got 1 consolation price for it... and went back on Sunday to do the prayers and say thank you...
Written May 22, 2017
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CrisChiang
Sao Paulo, SP203 contributions
Many faiths and God everywhere
Mar 2017
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 of fruits to Ganesha and the Muslim shrine asking only to avoid the place in case you had eaten pork that day.... interesting way to show tolerance.
They were preparing for a big event and the place was bit messy, anyway it was good.
Written April 20, 2017
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linweisingapore
Singapore, Singapore4,719 contributions
Lunar New Year Celebration @ Temple
Jan 2017 • Friends
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 papers. Little warm.

Saw the energetic lion dance with Fortune God. Read the 12 lunar horoscope. Received a lucky red packet from the temple.

Temple offered free vegetarian meals, desserts and drinks to all.
Written January 29, 2017
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Lost In Asia
Singapore, Singapore2,266 contributions
Uniquely Singaporean Mixed Religion Temples
Jan 2017
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.

The temple houses beside the numerous Chinese Dieties, it also house some Hindu Gods such as Ganesha, and a Datuk Kong Shrine.

Prayers Ritual are make easy with numbers guiding devotees on the sequence of prayers and numbers of joss-sticks to used.

Many Taoist, Buddhist and Hindu devotees come here asking to improve their life and lucks. It get very crowded during Festival especially Chinese New Year period.

The temple is open 24 hours, so you can come any time.

Be like the local and shout HUAT AHHHHH after performing your prayers.
Written January 5, 2017
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linweisingapore
Singapore, Singapore4,719 contributions
Place Where Many Religion Co-exist
Jun 2016 • Friends
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 and Shiva. Taoist placed their God of Prosperity here.

Many different races visited this place to pray for good luck. On special occasions there will be lion dances and many beautiful lanterns too.

About an hour to complete this site.
Written June 14, 2016
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Loyang Tua Pek Kong Temple is open:
  • Sun - Sat 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM