Along the way, we saw a small Indian landmark building called the Hindu Temple of Villa Makaria Man. We also saw the Hindu Temple of Sri Niwa Shabelluma not far away, where many believers came to worship. Instead of taking off our shoes and visiting the temple, we enjoyed the special painted doors outside the temple. These Hindu painted doors belong to the typical South Indian architectural style. The towering towers above the doors are decorated with many three-dimensional color gods, including Hindu gods and sacred objects such as bulls and fighters. Under the blue sky, white clouds and sunshine, these inanimate sculptures shine and shine.
Before I saw the picture of the temple on the internet, I wanted to see it on the spot. I happened to pass by Niucheshui and killed it decisively. It was really shocking and beautiful. It was free to enter the temple. However, slippers were required, but short pants, skirts and sleeveless clothes could not be worn.
This is the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore. The gate of the temple is carved with colorful Hindu gods, animals and figures, which adds an unusual atmosphere to Buffalo Water, a Chinese-inhabited area. On the high tower inside the door, there are various vivid statues of gods and saints, which can be seen clearly from a distance. The temple is not big. When visiting the temple, ladies with slippers can't wear skirts and shorts. I went around with curiosity and ran out when the atmosphere was not right.
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.
The Hindu Temple in Marian Amman is very admirable, and the wonderful colorful roof sculptures are overwhelming. Slippers are required to enter the door. Some of the sunshine hits the ground and makes two small straight jumps. A few Ah San are concentrating on the way things are done, surrounded by curious tourists from all over the world.
The Hindu Temple of Malian Amman, built in red bricks, is dedicated to the goddess of Malian Amman who expels cholera, plague and other infectious diseases. The entrance of the temple gate is a towering tower, carved with countless Indian gods. It is the standard architectural style of the South Indian Temple.
Turn right at the end of the cattle cart water. The temple is not big, and it will be over in a moment. Inside the temple there are Indians buying meals. The most attractive part of the whole temple is that all the gods and ghosts are on the top of the house, all kinds of gestures, different costumes of small people, look very interesting.
Although it's an Indian temple, it's actually in Niucheshui Chinatown, very close to the Buddha's Tooth Temple. After visiting this temple, you can go to the Buddha's Tooth Temple. Then opposite the Buddha's Tooth Temple is the Maxwell Food Center, where you can eat Hainan chicken rice every day. It's very convenient. It's more magnificent than the temple in Little India, where you have to take off your shoes. There are also many statues on the walls around.
Although I have been to India before, I still find this Indian Temple very interesting. Although it is not big, the buildings are very distinctive. Without tickets, the most central part of the visitors can not, you can go around a circle. It is necessary to take off your shoes and always feel that the soles of your feet are sticky.