Thian Hock Keng Temple
Thian Hock Keng Temple
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william-pueyo
Brousse, Frankrike517 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2023 • Par
Un joli temple chinois au cœur de Singapour,l architecture est superbe,l ambiance est magnifique avec l encens,on peut faire des offrandes
Skrevet 23. mars 2023
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Martin G
Karlsdorf-Neuthard, Tyskland98 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2023 • Par
Although its not as big as the other important temple nearby, this area has its beauty in various side-shrines and the qietness of the place.
Skrevet 28. januar 2023
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Bortjeck
Valkenburg, Nederland2 022 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2022 • Par
Een hele mooie tempel die vlak bij Chinatown ligt
We kwamen hier in de avond langs en keken vol bewondering naar de mooie tempel .
Zeker een bezoekje waard om te bezichtigen of te bidden en een wens te doen.
De voorkant van de tempel was vroeger zee
Als mensen met de boot kwamen bedankten ze altijd eerste de goden in de tempel voor een veilige overtocht .
Skrevet 27. oktober 2022
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Corinne M Chanel
Agen, Frankrike936 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2022
Un temple très ancient situé près du quartier chinois de Singapour c'est un temple Taoïste ou règle une sérénité et il est ouvert à tous, on peut s'y recueillir acheter et faire bruler de l'encens par le biais d'une offrande, on peut y admirer de belles couleurs une superbe architecture qui dénote avec les grands buildings de Singapour ce temple est ouvert à tous
Skrevet 25. oktober 2022
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Chang Percy
Taipei, Taiwan163 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2022
This large historical temple is situated near the Telok Ayer MRT station. It is easy to find. The decorations on its ceilings and rooftops are convoluted and colorful. The building is well maintained.
Skrevet 14. oktober 2022
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B T
London, UK1 216 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2022
It's a very nice temple, worth visiting. It is very colourful and there are lots of Chinese statues.
Skrevet 27. august 2022
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Vicky Silve
Abbadia Lariana, Italia697 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2021
This is, in my opinion, the most relaxing temple in Singapore. If you’re there, you can express your wish… or as many wishes as you want, why not?
Skrevet 4. juli 2021
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Krubee
Singapore, Singapore614 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2021
Along Telok Ayer Street at the heart of Chinatown and adjacent to Singapore's CBD lies a lot of historical monuments and landmarks contributing to the history of the country. Just 2 mins from Exit A of Telok Ayer MRT stands the most beautiful temple in Singapore - Thian Hock Keng Temple. There are many shop houses, cafes, restaurants, temple & shrines, parks and Singapore's CBD offices are also just within the area. Some notable shrines include Nagore Dargah (oldest Muslim shrine built by Southern Indian immigrants), Yu Huang Gong Temple(Taoist temple), Telok Ayer Green park to name a few. The street was once a seaside town where ships arrive and depart for immigrants and merchants and over the years the land has been reclaimed. Thian Hock Keng temple is dedicated to the Goddess of Sea - Mazu and was built in 1840 as a place of worship and merits for earlier Chinese immigrants for a safe passage and voyage to the seas. It has been renovated over time and Tan Tock Seng, a Singapore Philanthropist was an earlier benefactor. Today it showcases the beautiful and traditional Southern Chinese architecture in SG and the oldest Hokkien temple. The main entrance is made of 3 doors, a Green gate and tiled roofs with Dragons on each corners. Made of ornate and elaborate carvings of Dragons, Phoenix to name a few in Stone, Wood, Tiles and Gold. Red Lanterns adorn the main entrance as well. During this pandemic entrance/exit is only allowed on the right side and QR code for contact tracing is a must. As you enter there are 2 covered pathways on each side of this square complex and the main front yard has an urn pot for your incense offerings. Photos and Videos are only allowed here as well as the open areas but not on the Main hall and Chapels/Shrine. The Main Hall is dedicated to the Goddess Mazu and 2 Deities also on the main altar. Here is the place for your prayers, offerings and donations. The ceiling is adorned with red lanterns and the main hall itself is intricately designed, painted and carved with ornate, elegant, classical masterpieces of Southern Chinese architecture. After I made my offering and prayers, I proceeded my way clockwise from the left side of the complex and I could see many shrines dedicated to different Deities, and Incense Urns for offerings. At the back of the main hall is a shrine dedicated to Goddess of Mercy - Guanyin. There is a Wishing Well with Golden Bells located on the east side at the back where I made some wishes and rang the bell. I also visited the temple once at night and even though its closed I could see the it was elegantly lit at night. Finally, as I made my way out of the complex, I felt blessed, privileged and happy to be able to experience and witness this amazing and beautiful place of worship, which is also a significant cultural landmark and National Monument of Singapore.
Skrevet 31. mai 2021
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J&S_Singapore
Singapore, Singapore4 356 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2020
天福宫 is nestled in the Chinatown area which boost many cultural & historic buildings. It is along Telok Ayer Street, near to Boon Tat road. The Taoist temple is dedicated to the Sea goddess Mazu and traced its history back to the early 1800's.. I learned that the Temple originally faced the sealine (there has been much land reclaimed over the century).!
Like most established Temples the entrance hall has one main door and two side doors; the entrance leads directly into main courtyard. From here one can see the temple proper where the shrine of Mazu is located centrally. On either side of the temple are pagodas with octagonal base, very symbolic of Chinese good fengshui. Guarding the doors are stone lions and Door Gods.
The temple grounds may not be big but its altars and buildings and pillars are uniquely ornated/ carved. Bright red lanterns hung from the tall ceiling, making it a delightful and Instagramable sight. The temple is richly decorated with coloured tiles, gold lacquered wood with figures of dragons-phoenix too. Somewhat resembled the Taiwanese Temple I visited in January at Taipei, just before the COVID-19 halted ALL travels!
This temple is small so one probably spend 30 mins or so. Definitely well maintained, and there are explanation in both Chinese/English to cater to visitors. Nearby are eateries, cafes and other religious places so it make for a good trip-visit for all.
Skrevet 8. desember 2020
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Chelsea B
Milton Keynes, UK2 066 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2019
The temple is the oldest and most important temple of the Chinese Hokkien people, and worships a Chinese Sea Goddess. The temple follows a traditional Chinese design, with a rich colour scheme of black, gold and red. I particularly loved the addition of the striking decorative dragons. 
Skrevet 15. juli 2020
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