Nice enough to see if you're in the area. Colourful and quiet. Not that big and not a lot to see. Unable to see a lot as they were setting up for a festival
About Sri Mariamman Temple
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This is said to be the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore, built in 1823 and then rebuilt 20 years later. It is dedicated to the goddess Mariamman whose power is said to cure illness and disease. It is still a practicing Temple with many worshipers...More
I loved this place. You have to make sure that you're not wearing short shorts or have bare shoulders, and take off your shoes before going in. You can wonder around in about 15-20 minutes. Bear in mind that you shouldn't approach the shrines directly...More
Sri Mariamman Temple is a Hindu temple built by Tamil settlers in Singapore. The temple is located at the end of the Temple street in China Town. There are no entrance fees to go inside and offer prayers. Very popular with the local Tamil population.
Its interesting to see the hindu temple, however i did not enjoy this place because the floors are dirty and you have to leave your shoes at the entrance. Pavement is very hot during sunny days and dirty. Better avoid or have disposable socks with...More
If you're in the area it's worth popping in, but otherwise it's not really worth the visit. Women need to cover up.
Hindu temple in Chinatown, very old & cramped for space. Unable to go in the temple unless you take your shoes off. Not as ornate and beautiful as some others I have seen throughout Singapore. The upkeep seems to be lacking. The only reason why...More
The near century-old temple was built by the settlers from Tamilnadu, India. A well maintained temple attracts lot of Hindus and other Singaporeans as well. They believe that their illnesses are all cured by worshiping Sri Mariamman of this temple. Marriages are also said to...More