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Fuk Tak Chi Museum, Singapore

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  • When the beginning of the passage this progress to see only one Fu-the temple, inside surface of bibkn is to promote living Environment before, description lists of civilian trade, lived an empty location. I'm living in South China people she'll, see this natural history museum image: kind of familiar Feeling
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  • Now the entrance of a boutique hotel, this building house the Fuk Tai Chi temple from around 1820 to 1994. After it's closure, the building was converted into a museum. A small area with exhibits on t...  more »
  • Very small so it's only a very brief visit. So it's only worth the effort if you happen to be nearby.  more »
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  • According to the plaque at the entrance, this temple is one of the oldest around since the 1820s. The temple, founded by the Hakka and Cantonese immigrants, served as a place of worship and a social meeting place for the two communities. The temple was closed in 1994 and has since been converted into a museum. Inside, you can find a diorama depicting a street scene outside the temple with the early immigrants going about their daily life. If you are wondering why there is a pier with boats docking along it, that is because this place used to be a coastal area. Much of Telok Ayer is built on reclaimed land. In fact, the name Telok Ayer actually means "Water Bay".
  • A quaint and small museum directly next to Amoy Hotel, of the early days of Chinese immigrants in Singapore. Not much to see, except that it offers a peek of how shophouses used to be back in the days.
  • You can see a model of the old temple. Quite interesting.
  • A nice little place to pass by and take a few photos
  • ßmall but nice place. Historic and pretty displays in the heart of the city

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