Central Sikh Temple

Central Sikh Temple, SingaporeThe Central Sikh Temple was built to commemorate the 518th anniversary of Guru Nanak, the first Sikh guru. The chief place of worship for Singapore's 15,000 Sikhs, the temple boasts a skillful blend of modern and traditional architecture. The Granth Sahib, or holy book, is enshrined in a magnificent prayer hall which has a 13-metre wide dome.

This temple was awarded the SIA Architectural Design Award in 1986.

Location: 2 Towner Road Singapore 913236
Tel: (65) 6299 3855
Fax: (65) 6296 1921

Getting There: Take a taxi from Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station (NS24) towards the junction of Towner Road and Serangoon Road.

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Do you really need to take a

Do you really need to take a cab? Get down at the MRT station Boon Keng and you can see the temple. It is important that visitors can reach the place in a cheap and fast way.