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Central Sikh Temple, Singapore
(3.8/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is a spacious Sikh gurdwara, very pretty & clean. Like all gurdwaras it has a 'free kitchen' for all so it was nice to eat after listening to some hymns in the main hall. Closest MRT station is B...  more »
  • When I was young, I studied at Silat Primary School which was located directly opposite the Silat Road Sikh Temple and my parents' house was then situated along Jalan Bukit Merah, some 500 m from the ...  more »
  • This temple is located in the old town, in an area to which adjoins a complex of new buildings. Outside look very majestic and bleak. By pass.
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  • My 1st Sikh Temple visit. It's huge with a big dome in the center. We need to cover our heads with the provided orange cloth. Love the fountain upstairs. It gave me peace during my visit. And after the visit and paying our respect we were given a mouthful of sweet dessert. My friends invited me to visit with them again on Sunday and experience the prayers and lunch. Will add the reviews later.
  • My ask to my gf for visit GURUDWARA SAHIB ..even she is from a different religions.,.. she stay near there... WAHEGURU BLESSED ..she will visit this Sunday. ..
  • Little is known about the Sikh faith, but it is not because of secrecy on their part. The people there are friendly, albeit still curious as to why a non-Sikh may be visiting the temple hence issuing weird but non-hostile looks. Visitors have to cover their hair with cloth. A handkerchief may be purchased from the office for 0.5 SGD for that reason. Caps and hats are not allowed in the temple. Worship ceremonies are held daily. Photography is not prohibited, but it is advisable to seek permission from temple administrators as a courtesy.
  • Beautiful Sikh temple - conveniently located. Calla and peaceful place.
  • Peaceful serene place, with great langar food free for all (community catering service).