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Chinese and Hindu Temples in Singapore

Last year, I stayed at Jalan Besar in Singapore just near Mustafa Centre and MRT via purple line, Farrer Park. But I never get to see around the place because the only place I visited is the Universal Studios in Sentosa Island.

I didn't know there were Chinese and Hindu Temples on the area that I missed and is just about 10-20 minutes walk. You might wanna go check it out, it is just along Serangoon Road.


Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple

Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple


Leong San See Temple

Buddha Gaya Temple

It is really enjoying travelling on foot, with just maps at hand and a tourist guide book, its like solving a puzzle. :P It gets cheap but still you get to witness beautiful things on earth.


Novell said...

i agree, backpacking is exciting at makes you more adventurous. pero kelangan may kasama, hehe

ardee sean said...

@novell: tuhmuhhh.. but it's also good meeting few good people na kahit mag-isa ka eh pwede kang maki-hitch sa adventure nila.. heheh

Novell said...

Never been to Singapore