This Taoist temple (also known as the Temple of Heavenly Happiness) was built in the early 1840s, at a time when the ... More
Thian Hock Keng Temple
This Taoist temple (also known as the Temple of Heavenly Happiness) was built in the early 1840s, at a time when the waterfront was practically at its doorstep. Then, it was merely a humble joss house dedicated to Ma Cho Po, Mother of Heavenly Sages.
In busy Chinatown quiet places are few and far between, which is why the Telok Ayer Green is such a
breath of fresh air. Though the park is quite small, it's a lovely spot with shady trees, a small ...
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A modest construction comprising only a court and a shrine room, this was the first Chinese temple in Singapore. Erected
in 1820, it was rebuilt in 1825 as a Shentoist (a combination of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism) temple and ...