Wedding ceremony at Abdul Gaffoor Mosque. Located in the heart of Kampong Kapor, an area which was originally settled by South Indian Muslim merchants and Baweanese syces and horse trainers, who worked at the nearby Race Course. This mosque testifies to the thriving Indian-Muslim community who lived in the Serangoon Road area. Today, it is the place of worship for many Indian Muslims in Singapore and visited by many tourists and local Singaporeans.
Trishaw rider waiting outside Sultan Mosque
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple located at Chinatown
Chijmes at Victoria street
Mosque located along Beach Road in the Kampong Glam district. The mosque was completed in 1846. The mosque represented a mix of local Islamic and European architecture, having been designed by colonial architect John Turnbull Thomson.
This brown and cream coloured mosque is the only Mosque in Singapore to be named after a women, it had been gazetted as a national monument in 1973.
The temple is also known as Po Chiak Keng (保赤宫) as well as Tan Seng Haw, and was constructed between 1876 and 1878. I
Tan See Chong Chu Temple
Jiu Wang Ye - A traditional religion event during the nineth month of lunar year
Tang Gan Beo Temple at Kampong Bahru Road
Man praying at Thiam Hock Keng Temple
An architecture that incorporates elements from the Tang Dynasty and the Buddhist Mandala
Indian Temple found in Singapore Little India
St Teresa Church at Kampong Bahru Road
St Teresa Church at Kamong Bahru Road
Buddha Tooth Relic
Kwan Hin Temple
Sri Krishnan Temple
Sri Mariamman Temple
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