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Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

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Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

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397 Serangoon Road, Singapore 218123 Singapore
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Wling wrote a review Mar 2020
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A temple which sounds their horns and bangs their drums and uses load speaker to blow up their chanting as early as 6am
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Grover R wrote a review Mar 2020
Pensacola, Florida9,948 contributions760 helpful votes
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One of the great things about Singapore is its rich and diverse religious community. This is one of 3 Hindu temples we visited. As a Christian, I confess I don't know much about the Hindu faith, but I do think as a religious person it is easy to appreciate the beauty of the temple and understand some of the culture in the art. With that said, this temple had the tallest entrance of statues of any we saw. It also was the most richly painted and its deep blue entrance with red and white stripped walls distinguished it. The inside was very similar to the Hindu temple in Chinatown, including layout and open design. The colors here were so vibrant and the juxtaposition of the temple with surrounding towers was amazing. I can not say I understood most of what I saw but I can say I was impressed by the art and the vibrancy of the colors.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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blairkk25 wrote a review Nov 2019
New Jersey2,078 contributions560 helpful votes
I visited the Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple October 2019. Little India and Serangoon Road were all decorated for the upcoming Deepawali holiday (Festival of Lights). The temple is very interesting to look at and a good photo opportunity.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Ponnuswamy N wrote a review Nov 2019
Mumbai, India77 contributions44 helpful votes
The temple has great acceptance amongst the Singapore's Indian community specially the Tamil community. I visited the temple on a festive day along with family. There was fairly a good rush along with free food. the lord is in majestic form there and was very satisfying for me to visit. Walking distance from ferrer park MRT
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Date of experience: November 2019
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The Travelling Ambivert wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom273 contributions177 helpful votes
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If you’re in the Little India area, the Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple is one of the stop-off points to take in a little piece of Hindu culture in Singapore. Instagrammers and photographers will definitely have an affinity with this spot. A guide can be hired to learn more about the location, but you can also walk in on your own. Just remember to be mindful and respectful, as it is a space of worship and try to adhere to the modesty dress code (although scarves/ wraps can be provided for coverage if necessary). Although they are not compulsory, donations can be given upon exiting the temple.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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