Sri Thendayuthapani Temple also known as Chettiars’ Temple is one of the oldest temple in Singapore. The temple was built in the year 1859 A.D. by Nattukkottai Chettiars. The temple is listed in Singapore Tourism Board, as a tourist attraction, has a picturesque location and magnificent vicinity. It sprawls over a big and spacious area and is airy and bright. The Temple has a beautifully decorated “Alangara Mandapam” which is used during auspicious days to place the procession deity. As a landmark of all Hindu Temples in Singapore, a 75 feet tall RAJAGOPURAM was completed in 1983. During reconstruction of the temple, modern amenities were added to the temple that includes a Marriage hall with dining facility. Now, the temple has a separate staff quarters, a library, an office room and a spacious and well-decorated stage for cultural performances during special occasions.
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