Travel to Singapore – Part 5 – Heritage Experiences
Inside Temple at Singapore
Singapore is home to museums, theatres and temples that reflect rich history and heritage of the area.
Statues of Sir Stamford Raffles stand casted in dark bronze in front of Victoria Theater. A replica of it in pure white polymarble stands at North Boat Quay.
CHIJMES pronounced as chimes is a national heritage, which offers with dining, shopping, leisure and entertainment. It also offers with the best musicals, recitals and theatrical performances for those who cherish the arty.
Merlion Park was previously located by the Esplanade Bridge and now shifted adjacent to One Fullerton constructed on an area of 2,500 square meters. In between stand the Merlion erected as a symbol to welcome all visitors.
Lau Pa Sat au Pa Sat is said to be the favorite meeting and eating place of the locals. It has the largest remaining Victorian filigree cast-iron structure in Southeast Asia. Located in the heart of Singapore's business.
Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall is a national monument, which holds the history talking about heroism, nationalism and the armed struggle of the Chinese Revolutionary Alliance. It consists of two levels of galleries, which gives detailed information of the history.
Changi Chapel and Museum replaces the former Changi Prison Chapel and Museum that had to make way for the expansion of the Changi Prison.
Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple has the 15-meter high statue encircled by chain of lights. This temple is simple but keeps an impact on the mind of the visitors.
Lian Shan Shuang Lin Temple is a national monument constructed to commemorates the birth and death of Lord Buddha.
Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Temple is the largest places of worship in Singapore. This Buddhist temple is decorated in Chinese style. The constant hum in the temple adds to the tranquility of the place.
Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple represents the Chola style of architecture. This temple possess the 32 different forms of Lord Vinayagar and also the eight different forms of Goddess Lakshmi
Central Sikh Temple was built to commemorate the 518th birthday of Guru Nanak.
The Cathedral of the Good Shepherd is one of the oldest churches in Singapore.