On just 12 hectares of land, you will find more than just a place for worship here at Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Temple. ... More
Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
On just 12 hectares of land, you will find more than just a place for worship here at Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Temple. Besides the temple, there are prayer halls, meditation halls, gardens, pagodas, a vegetarian restaurant, a large turtle pond and a crematorium. There is even an old folk's home. Take time to wander through the grounds. Study the intricately crafted figures of dragons and phoenixes. Feel the hassles of life slip away as you become aware of the constant hum of prayer in the air. Before long, you may wonder if you have actually stepped back in time to ancient China.
Facing the Singapore Recreation Club at the southwestern end of a long open field, The Padang , Singapore's second oldest
surviving social club. Founded in 1852, the Singapore Cricket Club carries a nostalgic colonial charm with its brown tiled ...
Said to have been laid out as early as 1932, this country club is reputed to have the best nine
hole course in all of Singapore. Walk in visitors holding a handicap or proficiency certificate are welcomed to putt ...
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 ...