Founded in 1890 by an immigrant Chinese Buddhist, this temple is the the largest on the island.
Housed in an elegantly restored museum, you will find over 1,000 Peranakan artefacts.
Also known as the waterfall gardens, the place is a popular spot for recreational activities.
Transformed from an abandoned rubber plantation, home to more than 500 floral species.
A permanent exhibition of the extravagance and skillful craftsmanship of the Straits Chinese..
Once used as a squat until a group of architects restored this mansion to its former glory.
Unique Chinese settlements that have been around since the 19th century.
This temple honours a Buddhist monk who, according to legend, gave shelter to snakes of the jungle.