Popular Religious Sites Attractions in Singapore

St Andrew's Cathedral
Singapore·Singapore
4.4/5
491 Reviews
Church
St. Andrew's Cathedral is a well-known Anglican church in Singapore, designed and built by Colonel Leonard McPherson. The building is part of an early English Gothic building. The high spires lead straight into the blue sky. The pure white exterior is made of a mixture of shells, lime, sugar, egg whites and coconut shells, making it exceptionally smooth and shiny. The church is magnificent and holy, and many locals in Singapore will choose to take wedding photos here.
Masjid Sultan
Singapore·Singapore
4.5/5
304 Reviews
Mosque
Built with funds from the East India Company by the Sultan who ceded Singapore to the British, the Masjid Sultan has been an important site for Singapore's Muslim population for nearly 200 years. The original mosque was rebuilt in 1928 with an impressive gold dome; the base of the dome is made of glass bottles. The gardens around the mosque are of equal beauty.
Sri Mariamman Temple
Singapore·Singapore
4.4/5
434 Reviews
Temple
Sri Mariamman Temple is Singapore's oldest Hindu temple, built in 1827. The temple's main gate cascades with carvings of colorful Hindu gods, animals and people. The gopuram (entrance tower) just inside the main gate is heavily decorated with six tiered layers of statues. Inside the temple, the air is thick with the scent of burning incense. Throughout the year there are all sorts of festivities and events. Once a year, Thimithi or Kundam—the fire dancing festival—is held and the holiday celebrations are lively. The temple is also a popular venue for many Hindus to trade their wedding vows.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
Singapore·Singapore
4.6/5
321 Reviews
Temple
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is located in the center of Chinatown. The temple is dedicated to the sacred Buddhist holy emblem, the Buddha Tooth Relic, which is placed in a gold stupa built with funds donated by believers. This temple the religious art and culture of Singapore on full display. The architectural style and elements come from the Tang Dynasty of China and incorporate the design style of Buddhist mandala. Entering the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, the bell tower and the drum tower stand on both sides of the courtyard. The main hall supports a solemn Maitreya Buddha. The temple is elaborately decorated and each statue is very refined and solemn. There is a Buddhist cultural center and memorial hall in the temple where related performances, lectures and exhibitions are held regularly.
Jamae Mosque
Singapore·Singapore
4.4/5
118 Reviews
Mosque
218 South Bridge Road Masjid Jamae (Chulia), Singapore 058767, Singapore
Armenian Church
Singapore·Singapore
4.4/5
118 Reviews
Church
60 Hill Street Armenian Church, Singapore 179366, Singapore
Thian Hock Keng Temple
Singapore·Singapore
4.3/5
107 Reviews
Matsu Temple
158 Telok Ayer Street | Chinatown, Singapore 068613, Singapore

Religious Sites in Singapore