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Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple, Singapore
(4.3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • I've been going to this temple for many years now on a daily basis at 6am in the morning. Such a dedicated team of priest who lovingly does all your prayer request to the Deities!. Lord Ganesha is the...  more »
  • With rain and a bus arrived in this area of town to visit the Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Hindu temple, whose entrance is free but you have to take off your shoes. Already the exterior stunned because the front is adorned with many colourful statues of gods. Unlike Hindu temples of India, this is clean and well maintained, the Hindu monks come to bless people and chanting just beautiful. Inside statues, altars, flower offerings to the gods, people in prayer.
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  • Visited this temple whilst exploring Katong. Despite its tranquillity, it is still very much a working temple. It was very clean and tidy - definitely worth a visit ! 
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  • Beautiful and serene Sri Lankan Style Ganesh Temple!
  • Beautiful and serene Ganesh temple. Recently renovated and superbly maintained. Weekends mean live prayer songs with vocalists and musicians playing carnatic devotional music. Don't miss the murals painted all over the temple (walls, ceilings) and the pillars showing Ganesha in various forms.
  • We are blessed to have the Ceylon Tamil community, pillayar temple and their dedication to Singapore. Especially to Saiva samayam and Indian community
  • This is one of my favourite place
  • Intended to only do a quick visit, and ended up staying there for a while. Not just me but everyone in my family fell in love with the temple. Felt so very calm and relaxed. Do pay a visit