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A hindu temple situated near our home and right next to the buddhist temple. I have not visited the inside of the temple yet but I always walk pass around it. Sometimes I think there is a celebration becuse I saw a lot of people...More
Located 200 meters from Paya Lebar MRT, Sri Shivan is a modern scared place for the Hindu God Shiva. This place is a spritual ecstasy when it’s Mahashivratri( Once a year - Long night Indian celebration devoted to Lord Shiva ). This place also holds...More
This is a small and fairly simple temple located in Geylang. There's not really too much to see and it's a very modern structure, consecrated in 1993. A quick visit is probably sufficient and not really worth going out of your way to see unless...More
The temple is dedicated to lord Shiva, with Ganesha and Parvati by the sides. There is also other gods and godesses. It is a place which combines North and South Indian architecture though the puja is strictly south Indian style. The temple is clean, well...More
This is one of the best temples in Singapore. Me and my wife used to visit this temple almost every week during our stay in Singapore. The environment is very pleasant and you get good feel of Hindu temple (which is rare to get in...More
Sri Sivan temple is indeed a landmark in Hindu religious sites. The Temple is admirable for its architecture combining both North and South Indian styles. 108 dance postures of Lord Shiva as Nataraja are sculpted around the temple. The famous 63 nayanmars shaiva saints are...More
This temple on Geylang road is very beautiful from both outside and inside. Rituals performed are very peaceful and divine. All the deities are decorated beautifully and are blissful.
It is just 5 mins walk from the Paya lebar MRT station on the circle line....More