Places

Filter
  1. National Monuments are buildings, structures and sites that possess national significance and are protected by the Preservation of Monuments Act.
    The Museum Roundtable (MR) comprises a collective of over 50 public and private museums, heritage galleries and unique attractions in Singapore.
    Marked Historic Sites are historically significant places associated with important events, communities or personalities.
    This section covers buildings, structures, sites and landscape features in Singapore of architectural, historical or cultural interest.

Places

Places



266 results found.

  • Hong San See

    Hong San See

    Hong San See was established by Hokkien immigrants from Nan’an County in Fujian Province, China. It exemplifies the spirit of solidarity and organisation of the early Hokkien community in Singapore and bears testimony to their contributions.

    Category
    Culture & Community, Architecture, National History
  • Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

    Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

    Formerly known as Sri Narasimha Perumal Temple, Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple is the first Hindu temple in Singapore dedicated to Sri Perumal, the Hindu deity more commonly known as Vishnu. Even though the impressive structure standing today was built in the 1960s, the temple is one of Singapore’s oldest Hindu temples in terms of establishment.

    Category
    Culture & Community, Architecture, National History
  • Sultan Mosque

    Sultan Mosque

    Formerly the royal mosque of the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Mosque represents the solidarity and unity of Muslims in Singapore. The impressive building serves as a reminder of the Malay royalty that was once housed in the nearby Istana Kampong Glam and the thriving Muslim communities living in the area during the British colonial period.

    Category
    Culture & Community, Architecture, National History
  • Former Nagore Dargah

    Former Nagore Dargah

    Erected by the Chulia community, this magnificent building testifies to their presence in Chinatown in the past and also to their contributions to early colonial Singapore's economy.

    Category
    Culture & Community, Architecture, National History
  • House of Tan Yeok Nee

    Former House of Tan Yeok Nee

    The Chinese-style Former House of Tan Yeok Nee is the sole survivor of the ‘Four Grand Mansions’ that were built by Teochew towkays (businessmen) in late nineteenth-century Singapore. The former residence is a monument to the contributions of early Chinese immigrants, as well as the various groups of occupants who were committed to the welfare of people resident in Singapore.

    Category
    Architecture, Culture & Community, National History
  • Tan Si Chong Su

    Tan Si Chong Su

    The history of Tan Si Chong Su (陈氏宗祠, ‘Ancestral Hall of the Tan Clan’) is inextricably linked to the influx of Chinese immigrants into Singapore during the late nineteenth century. It testifies to the contributions of the Chinese community to colonial Singapore’s growth and development.

    Category
    Culture & Community, Architecture, National History
  • Jamae Mosque

    Jamae Mosque

    Jamae Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Singapore and serves as a reminder of the considerably large population of Chulia immigrants who had settled in the Chinatown district and their crucial role in the development of colonial Singapore’s fledgling economy.

    Category
    Culture & Community, Architecture, National History
  • Al-Abrar Mosque

    Al-Abrar Mosque

    Located on Telok Ayer Street, Al-Abrar Mosque is one of Singapore’s oldest mosques. Also known as Chulia Mosque, the mosque serves as a constant reminder of the Chulia immigrants who once lived in the area and played a vital role in developing the budding economy of early colonial Singapore.

    Category
    Architecture, Culture & Community, National History
  • Sri Mariamman Temple

    Sri Mariamman Temple

    Together with Jamae Mosque, Sri Mariamman Temple – Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple – is an enduring icon on South Bridge Road which is a part of Chinatown. Both monuments testify to the significant Tamil population that once lived in the vicinity, and are constant reminders of their contributions to Singapore’s development as a British colony.

    Category
    Culture & Community, Architecture, National History
  • Former Telok Ayer Market (now known as Lau Pa Sat)

    Former Telok Ayer Market (now known as Lau Pa Sat)

    Affectionately known as Lau Pa Sat (老巴刹, ‘Old Market’) by generations of Singaporeans, the Former Telok Ayer Market was one of Singapore’s oldest markets. The iconic structure is the only survivor of the five markets that used to serve residents living in Singapore’s town area.

    Category
    Culture & Community, Architecture, Food, Lifestyle, National History
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. ...
  4. 24
  5. 25
  6. 26
  7. 27