This is perhaps one of the better temples to see in Singapore- in the heart of Chinatown. Make sure you visit before closing time (6pm) as you won’t have enough time to look around properly!
Train station nearby and very easy to use.
Located right in the middle of Chinatown, the temple has an imposing present to the visitors. Close to Chinese New Year, the temple was busy with worshipers. The inside the temple is well decorated with religlious statues of Chinese and Indian deities and memorable plaques. #wintergetaway
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is located in the center of Chinatown. The temple is dedicated to the sacred Buddhist holy emblem, the Buddha Tooth Relic, which is placed in a gold stupa built with funds donated by believers. This temple the religious art and culture of Singapore on full display. The architectural style and elements come from the Tang Dynasty of China and incorporate the design style of Buddhist mandala. Entering the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, the bell tower and the drum tower stand on both sides of the courtyard. The main hall supports a solemn Maitreya Buddha. The temple is elaborately decorated and each statue is very refined and solemn. There is a Buddhist cultural center and memorial hall in the temple where related performances, lectures and exhibitions are held regularly.