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City: Singapore

Built in 1842, Thian Hock Kheng Temple is the oldest Chinese Temple in Singapore. It is the most important temple of local Hokkien community. The temple was built in traditional southern Chinese architectural style and is dedicated to Ma Chu P'oh, the goddess of the sea. The blue porcelain tiles were brought from Holland, the exterior cast-iron railings were made in Glasgow and the pillars and sculptures came from China.  Thian Hock Kheng Temple was declared as a National Monument in 1973.


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