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Les meilleurs lieux de culte recommandés par les habitants de la région

Hindu Temple
“One of the oldest temples in Singapore. Built by Indian pioneers who came to work and live here the temple was the first in the serangoon area and became a focus of early Indian Social Cultural activities there. The Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali, fierce embodiment of Shakti and the god Shiva's wife, Parvati. ”
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Hindu Temple
“Sri Krishnan Temple was established in 1870 when Hanuman Beem Singh set up an idol of Sri Krishna under a banyan tree on Waterloo Street, so as to cater to the religious needs of a large Hindu community. It's just beside the Guan Yin Temple at Bugis.”
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Mosque
“This historic mosque sits in what was once the heart of Malay royalty in Singapore, Kampong Glam. Then walk around in Muscat St. Arab St. Bagdad St & Haji Lane for Oriental and laid-back vibes ”
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Hindu Temple
“One of the oldest temples in Singapore, dedicated to Indian god Lord Vishnu.”
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Temple
“This Hindu temple is dedicated to Lakshmi, the incarnation of the goddess Kali. It’s distinctive because of its garish red domes.”
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Mosque
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Collège et université
“Blessed Vedic Havan every Sunday at 10am. The folks there know the vedic chants, and it is a very pleasant environment. A high-quality, sumptuous lunch is served after the prayer. Prayers last about an hour and a half. If you are visiting Singapore and would enjoy participating in vedic chanting - this is a wonderful event. And I mean participate - as books in both Sanskrit and English are provided for you to follow/read along.”
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Église
“Singapore’s Church of Our Lady of Lourdes is an impressive neo-Gothic Catholic Church, which is modelled on the Lourdes (France) church with the same name. Inside the Church is a grotto (cave) with statues of Our Lady appearing to Saint Bernadette. Opened in 1888, Church of Our Lady of Lourdes is the first Tamil Catholic church in Singapore. It bears a resemblance to “San Thome Basilica” in Chennai, which was also built around the same time (1893). After visiting this church, I understood the magnificence of Gothic architecture, to allow light into the building as there was no electric lighting then.”
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Mosque
“Abdul Gafoor Mosque, one of Singapore’s national treasures, was officially gazetted as a protected National Monument in 1979. Standing on a total area of 2,449 sq m, the mosque’s unusual symmetry, layout and incorporation of Moorish details set it apart from other mosques. ”
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