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Fuk Tak Chi Museum, Singapore
(3.4/5 based on 10 reviews on the web)
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  • In the Fareast square walked about five minutes left, leaving the cyanhocken Temple is located. Photographic image will be reproduced the people selling food.
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  • This former temple is now a shortcut between Telok Ayer street and Far East Square. There's not too much to see inside but it makes for a much more interesting route than following the main pedestrian...  more »
  • In the corner of the far East square. I visited when I went to ya Kun Kaya toast. It is the oldest Chinese temple in Singapore. Inside the Museum tells the history of ethnic Chinese who once had.
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  • A museum as well as an entrance to one of the nicest boutique hotel in town, Amoy. Fuk Tak Chi museum displays the history of Chinese ancestors of Singaporeans. How they got into the land and what they do before. The temple is an actual temple back in the days. Worth visiting, but I wouldn't say it is very resourceful.
  • ßmall but nice place. Historic and pretty displays in the heart of the city
  • It's a small temple converted into a musuem filled with small figurines depicting life in Singapore decades ago. It's recommended for a visit if you're around the area!
  • A nice little place to pass by and take a few photos
  • Nice place.