Sri Mariamman Temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore. Its architectural style is Dravidian. Located at No. 244 Qiaonan Road, Chinatown District in the centre of the city, it mainly serves Singaporeans of Tamil Hinduism in South India. The appearance is rather solemn and magnificent. The murals and statues inside the temple are exquisitely crafted and lifelike. Interestingly, there are many bells embedded in the door. Before entering the house, you should take off your shoes and ring the bell. The gate of the temple is carved with colorful Hindu gods, animals, figures and so on. It is 25 meters high, which adds an unusual atmosphere to the area of ox cart water. Cigarette smoke, devout prayer, solemn and solemn.