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Chinatown Heritage Centre

Step into the past when you enter the Chinatown Heritage Centre, a three-storey recreation of 1950's Singapore that is faithful down to the smallest of details and filled with insightful videos and descriptions of Singapore's heritage.

48-50 Pagoda Street, Singapore 059207

w: www.chinatownheritagecentre.sg

t: +65-6221-9556       e: chc@ducktours.com.sg

Thian Hock Keng Temple

158 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068613

w: www.thianhockkeng.com.sg

t: +65-6423-4616       f: +65-6423-4626      

Sri Mariamman Temple

The oldest Hindu temple in Singapore, the Sri Mariamman Temple is still one of the most prominent places of worship for Hindu devotees all over the country, her brightly coloured facade standing among the most recognisable landmarks of Chinatown.

244 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058793

t: +65-6223-4064      

opening hours:9am - 5pm (Mon & Tue, Thu to Sat)
9.45am - 5pm (Wed)
9am - 1.30pm (Sun)

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

Founded by the Venerable Shi Fazhao in 2002, the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum is filled with intricate woodwork and beautiful stonework, its imposing architecture a housing fit for the priceless relic held within - the tooth of Buddha.

288 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058840

w: www.btrts.org.sg

t: +65-6220-0220       e: services@btrts.org.sg

opening hours:Monday to Sunday, including public holidays

7am - 7pm

Kong Chow Wui Koon

Established 170 years ago, Kong Chow Wui Koon promotes the strong traditions of Chinese culture, such as lion dance, martial arts and chinese opera.

321 New Bridge Road, Singapore 088758

w: www.kongchow.org

t: +65-6223-9806       f: +65-6223-2596       e: info@kongchow.org

Ee Hoe Hean Club

Ee Hoe Hean Building began its long and illustrious life as Singapore's very first millionaire's club - the Ee Hoe Hean Club - whose members were social elites who were actively involved in activities such as the political development of China. During the Second World War, Ee Hoe Hean Building also served as the headquarters of the anti-Japanese China Salvation Movement in Southeast Asia. Today, it is the residing place of the Tan Kah Kee Foundation Pioneers' Memorial Hall.

43 Bukit Pasoh Road, Singapore 089856

w: www.eehoehean.org

t: +65-6223-9797       e: admin@eehoehean.com

Siong Leng Musical Association

Almost single-handedly responsible for the Nanyin revival in the 70's, Siong Leng Musical Association is the absolute authority when it comes to Chinese Nanyin and Li Yuan Opera in Singapore. Through their progressive thinking and willingness to explore and develop the art of Nanyin, Siong Leng Musical Association has placed Nanyin on the international stage.

4B Bukit Pasoh Road, Singapore 089816

w: www.siongleng.com

t: +65-6222-4221       f: +65-6223-4964       e: slmusic@singnet.com.sg

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