Sri Mariamman Temple

An agamic temple designed in true Dravidian style, the Sri Mariammam Temple was first built as an attap (local timber) and wood structure in 1827, before being replaced by a brick building in 1843. Located in the Chinatown district, and like many other historical places of worship, Singapore’s first Hindu temple was gazetted as a national monument.

address: 244 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058793
phone: +65 6223 4064
open hours: Daily 7am - 12pm
entry cost: Free admission


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Gunn M Borgen Hill Gunn M Borgen Hill #2 comments
"This lovely temple with colourful decor and flowers inside. Take your shoes off and enjoy the nice temple."9/29/2014