Sri Thandayuthapani Temple

Sri Thandayuthapani Temple, Singapore

Sri Thandayuthapani Temple
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The distinctive feature of this Southern Indian temple is its roof, with 48 engraved glass panels angled to catch the rising and setting sun.
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Rinesh Kumaran
Singapore, Singapore8 contributions
Dec 2020
A friend recommended this temple for me to pay a visit. And after a long time I went there and I really liked the space and ambience of the temple.
Written 29 December 2020
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CHIDUWIN TV
Singapore, Singapore626 contributions
Aug 2019 • Solo
This is a Lord Murugan temple, located at Tank road. Huge temple, thai poosam festival is celebrated here in a big way. Managed by chettiar community of Singapore.
Written 18 August 2019
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Sarah B
Toronto, Canada459 contributions
Aug 2019 • Family
Walked here from Robertson Quay - was an easy 15 min walk with lots of shade. Beautiful architecture and surrounding gardens!
Written 17 August 2019
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Karjanmed
Chicago, IL190 contributions
Oct 2018 • Family
Well kept and neat. By the time i got in, it was around closing and hence could not spend much time here.
Written 9 November 2018
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vaida17
Mumbai, India233 contributions
Jun 2018 • Family
This temple is a south indian styled one with a high rajagopuram, a beauty. the temple covers a large area with number of deities in place. the main deity is Thandayuthapani swamy in standing posture. the temple is very clean and well maintained. the statues inside the temple are beautifully coloured and look very nice. the temple is crowded and provides prasad as full lunch itself. Many donors also provide free lunch or dinner to devotees, who visit the temple. The temple is located at tank road and any taxi driver would take you there.
Written 19 June 2018
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EurAznSF
Chicago, IL105 contributions
Oct 2017 • Solo
I am not certain about the inside but the facade is stunning. I saw it through the trees passing by, its colors brilliant, like candy peering through trees.

I did not enter because it is an active temple. My rating is based purely off of the building's appearance.
Written 28 October 2017
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SagaloutsTour
Gerrards Cross, UK1,098 contributions
Oct 2017 • Couples
This is an amazing temple, which is well worth the visit. Wonderful statues, we were there during Deepvali, so it was very busy.
Written 23 October 2017
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avisingh24
Sydney, Australia42 contributions
Aug 2017
These multi colored temples projecting numerous Hindu deities are built in Dravidian Style. They fascinate both the believers and the non believers. It's inquisitiveness and fascination for the non believers to learn about a different religion. For the believers its the joy of knowing that they were built in the mid 19th century by the first Hindus who crossed the high seas to seek their future in a different land.
Written 7 September 2017
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Roberts69
Northampton, UK16,856 contributions
Mar 2017 • Solo
The Sri Thendayuthapani Temple, better known as the Chettiars' Temple or the Tank Road temple, is one of the Singapore Hindu community's most important monuments. A Hindu Temple dating from 1859, that started out with humble beginnings as a statue under a bodhi tree, was replaced in 1983. The temple is dedicated to the six-faced Lord Subramaniam and was gazetted as a Singapore national monument on 21 October 2014. Hindu temples are always colourful and interesting places where there is always something to see, and this temple is no exception.
Written 29 March 2017
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Frank S
Tokyo, Japan299 contributions
Sep 2016 • Couples
It's a bit out of the way but if you're close to the Singapore National Museum or Fort Canning, you can walk. Built in 1859, the colorful temple is one of the most important for local Hindus.
Written 26 March 2017
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