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Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

6,427 Reviews

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

6,427 Reviews
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Gin & Tonic Pairing Masterclass

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Learn the fascinating history behind the classic gin and tonic cocktail in this masterclass. The drink originated in colonial Malaya as a way of fending off malaria, but today it’ll definitely refresh you after a hot day sightseeing. The workshop will be held at a classy Singapore bar. You’ll get the chance to try several types of gin and tonic water, choose your favorite, then create your own unique cocktail.
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Terry wrote a review Oct 2020
Singapore, Singapore6 contributions6 helpful votes
You really cannot come to China town without coming her. I bring all my friends from overseas here and they love it. You don’t need to be religious. Just be respectful.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Grover R wrote a review Oct 2020
Pensacola, Florida9,948 contributions708 helpful votes
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We visited during a service which was really interesting to see. The chants were moving to be a part of. The temple itself was beautiful both interior and exterior. Unfortunately due to Covid we could not go upstairs to see the view or the tooth. However, we did enjoy see the main sanctuary in use as well as the prayer area in the back. We also were able to visit just after the New Year celebration for the Rat. I really enjoyed seeing the variety and diversity of religions in Singapore. This is one of the temples you must visit.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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DoricWanderer wrote a review Oct 2020
Ellon, United Kingdom79 contributions54 helpful votes
we were fortunate to visit while a service was happening. The building is beautiful in Chinatown lots to see as well
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Date of experience: March 2020
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BeHappy65 wrote a review Oct 2020
London19 contributions21 helpful votes
A beautiful temple in Chinatown. Very east to get to. Open to visitors - please cover arms and legs if you visit here, they do provide coverings if required though. The temple is so elegant and peaceful, you feel very spiritual here. It's good to just stop and take it all in. Very impressed - this is a must visit make sure you visit all the floors.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Julia L wrote a review Aug 2020
Singapore, Singapore8 contributions7 helpful votes
A must visit place for all Buddhists visitors. Beautiful lanterns and 4 storeys interior. Feel so peaceful and in awe of when visiting the temple and exploring the various floors of the temple.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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