Hong San See Temple, Singapore
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Hong San See is a Chinese temple in Singapore, and is located at Mohamed Sultan Road in the River Valley Planning Area, within the Central Area, Singapore's central business district.Hong San See Temple was constructed between 1908 and 1913, erected by migrants from Nan An county in Fujian province with materials imported from China. Built on a small hill, the temple once overlooked the sea. The temple's vicinity now mainly houses bars, restaurants and expensive apartments.Singapore Lam Ann Association manages the temple.It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Hong San See Temple and many more Singapore attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Singapore tourist route planner.
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Located at 30 Mohamed Sultan Road among rows of cafes and restaurants, this Nan Ann clan temple was built in 1836 by a Chinese migrant from Fukien province of China. It moved from its original site on... read more »
モハメドスルタン通りに和食レストランが並ぶ中、突然階段があり、それを登ると、このお寺です。前より綺麗になったので、改装というか、改築したんだと思います。日本のお寺というより、台湾とかにあるお寺に似ていて、やや派手目です。This temple is around Mohamed Sultan Street Japanese restaurant, suddenly there are stairs and climb it. I think I said so more beautiful renovated or restored. Similar to the temple and Temple of Japan, or Taiwan is, is rather vivid.show original
We have visited this little temple while we walked around the river. It is high above the street level and you need to climb few steps to enter. Looks similar to many other Chinese temples but still v... read more »
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2010 UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Award for culture heritage conservation!
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