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Thian Hock Keng Temple

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"Thian Hock Keng Temple, also known as Tianfu Temple, is a beautiful and historic Buddhist temple in Singapore. The traditional southern Chinese architecture, built without nails, is truly a sight to behold. The temple has been fully restored and is filled with stunning dragon and phoenix sculptures, as well as unique Fujian-style broken porcelain roof ridges. Unfortunately, photography is not allowed in many areas of the temple, so be sure to cherish the memories in your mind. Remember to respect the rules and leave your camera in your purse if you can't resist taking photos. Admission is free and the temple is never too crowded, making it a peaceful place to visit. "
"Beautiful temple, located amongst the streets filled with traditional Peranakan style architecture. Lovely area to stroll"
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