In addition to being a place of worship that is still active, some of the religious attractions in Singapore show a harmonious and peaceful life in a multicultural and multi-religious country.
Before visiting some of these religious tourist attractions, it helps you adjust clothes first huh. Well, the name is also a place of worship. There’s no way you can enter the place of worship using hot pants.
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1. Sultan Mosque
For Muslim travelers, visiting mosques in foreign countries has indeed become one of the itineraries that cannot be missed. Well, one of the mosques that is often visited by Indonesian travelers in Singapore is the Sultan Mosque.
This gold-domed mosque is located in Glam Village. Including one of the Muslim villages in Indonesia. In addition, you can get halal culinary choices around the Sultan Mosque.
This mosque is old enough. The building, which is characterized by palace-style architecture in the desert, was built in 1824 and was restored in 1932.
2. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
This house of worship has indeed become one of the icons in Chinatown. So, before taking a picture in front of this temple it feels incomplete.
The location is in the heart of Chinatown, South Bridge Road. The attractive building design and contrast with the surrounding buildings is believed to be a legacy from the Tang Dynasty. This four-story building has become one of the most iconic places of worship because it is similar to several buildings in Japan.
3. Sri Krishnan Temple
If you have time to visit the Waterloo Street area in Singapore there is an interesting building that stands in contrast to the surrounding buildings. The building which is full of statues of Gods and Goddesses is a sacred temple.
This temple was built in 1870 which is a place of worship for Hindus in Singapore. In addition to the Muslim, Christian and Buddhist communities, the Hindu community in Singapore is also one of the developing ones.
For your information, if you want to take pictures inside this Temple you will be charged a camera fee of SIN $ 3, while for video recording you will be charged around SIN $ 4. So, make sure to prepare the exact money.
4. Abdul Gaffor Mosque
If you are still not satisfied with the religious tour in Singapore, there is another mosque you can visit. This mosque is called Abdul Gaffor Singapore. The location is in the Little India area which is a shopping paradise for Indonesian tourists.
The mosque, which was founded in 1907, has undergone restoration or restoration in 2003. The architecture is interesting because it is very different from building mosques in general. So, make sure you can visit it while traveling in Singapore.
5. St. Andrew’s Cathedral
Turning to other religious communities in Singapore, one of the cathedral churches that is often used as a reference because of its charming architecture is St Andrew’s Cathedral.
This church is a protected building because it is one of the cultural building sites in Singapore. Its architecture is reminiscent of the buildings of the Hogwarts school in the Harry Potter films.
This church was even used as an emergency hospital during the Second World War. The distance is quite close to the City Hall MRT so it is very easy to reach.