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Sacred & Religious Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Ubin Thai Buddhist Temple"
reviewed December 20, 2019 by plwh888
The name of the temple claimed from its original location in Pulau Ubin, an island off the North East Shore of Singapore.
It is housed within a complex sharing with 2 other Taoist Temples and 1 Buddhist Memorial Halls.
Many local Buddhists love to come here for blessing.
This temple also have its affiliation with Wat Pakla in Hatyai, Thailand.
A very diffrent side of urban Singapore. A local kampong (village) setting surrounded by the modern Singapore. Tranquill with friendly residence. Good place to feel how life is like in kampong. Place is not big, short visit will be sufficient.
It will be a good Sunday family morning trip.
The only way to get there will be by cab or driving, there are no buses available.
Entrance is complimentary, thus to support do buy food from the store to feed the animals.
There is a retired racing horse which is called Pin Number who loves Carrots.
There are also rabbits,...
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Environment feels a bit rustic, love the alfresco setup and dim lighting.
Venue is good for both couples and...
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