Chinese Temples – Rich in Heritage & Architecturally Stunning

$80.00$320.00

Visit 3 ornate Chinese temples which rank among Singapore’s oldest temples and all of which are national monuments and awardees of the highly prestigious UNESCO Asia-Pacific Cultural Heritage Conservation Award. In addition to appreciating up close the architectural beauty of these temples replete with intricate decorations of motifs, colourful ceramic figurines and statues of dragons, peacocks, lions and door guards, step back in time with our guides as they walk you through the history and uniqueness of each temple, the popular deities (as they relate to different trades or aspects of life) and traditional Chinese religious practices and temple life. Each of these national monuments is a story woven into the rich tapestry of Singapore’s unique past and they are: Yueh Hai Ching Temple; Thian Hock Keng Temple; Hong San See Temple.

This tour starts at Phillip Street and ends at Fort Canning MRT station.

Includes:
Transfers between locations

Tour Timing:
9am – 11am

Tour Meeting Point:
Phillip Street

Requirement:
Minimum 2 persons

Price:
S$80 per person – Group tour
S$320 per group – Private tour (maximum 5 persons)

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Covid-19 Safe Management Measures

  • A pre-tour briefing will be conducted and we will encourage tour participants to use the TraceTogether app/device.
  • Temperature-taking of all tour participants will be done before commencement of tour and any tour participants who appear feverish/unwell will not be allowed to join the tour.
  • The group will be separated into sub-groups of not more than 5 persons per sub-group.
  • Sub-groups will maintain a safe distance of at least 1m from each other, and no intermingling will be allowed.
  • Tour participants, guides and drivers will be required to wear protective face mask at all times during the tour.
  • To avoid speaking loudly and thereby reducing speech-generated droplets, the tour guide will use an audio tour guide system during the tour.
  • For tours with conveyance, tour participants are required to keep to the same seats throughout the tour and/or whilst commuting between destinations.
Chinese Temples – Rich in Heritage & Architecturally Stunning