The 'Temple of Heavenly Bliss, the Thian Hock Keng Temple is the
oldest of the Chinese Hokkien temples in Singapore. Built in 1839
in a traditional southern Chinese architectural style, not a single
nail was used in its construction. The temple itself contains many
beautiful statues and altars (visit the website for detailed
information about the various deities the altars are dedicated to),
and a centre for the creative arts that hosts dance, acting, and
music lessons. There is a pagoda behind the temple gate that makes
a perfect spot for a cool drink in the shade.
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