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Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery, Singapore
(4.6/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • It is a must-see for tourists or Singaporeans looking to find a place deep in history (more than 100-year-old Buddhist Temple). It reminds me of a typical Buddhist or chinese house in old China when I...  more »
  • A bit out of the touristic areas (it is surrounded by a busy highway and public housing) but really worth spending an hour or so to admire the chinese buddhist gates, the manicured gardens, the pagoda...  more »
  • My first visit to this temple complex today after living in Singapore for more than 8 years. It's not easy to get to: about 15 mins to walk from Toa Payoh MRT station. On a Sunday morning the main tem...  more »
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  • Another visit to this so peaceful atmosphere and Monastery. Just love to meditate there. Pictures of the life and times of Buddha I have not seen for some years now. Pity as there is a lovely story For the children and adults of course. The dedication if the workers who look after this temple are to be commended.
  • The oldest Buddhist monastery in Singapore, of which, the architectural is preserved through the years. There are still a lot of buddhist who goes there to pray during the usual buddhist festivals. But be prepared for the incense, and burnt paper offerings smoke though.
  • This temple played an important part in Singapore's history, particularly during world war 2. It was also a key temple for the development of martial arts in Singapore and one time home of famous master Sek Koh Sam (Shi Gao Can). The temple was built in 1903 but has been restored a number of times and is on great condition.
  • One of Singapore's oldest temples. Well maintained and rich in history.
  • Good for praying tai sui Big temple. *peaceful*