Seng Wong Beo Temple is a city god temple located in Tanjong Pagar. Back when it was first constructed, the temple was nothing more than a wooden house. In 1905, it was rebuilt in the image of village temples of Southern China – and now stands out from the surrounding office blocks with its jewel green roof and bright red beams. A place for both Buddhist and Taoist worship, Seng Wong Beo Temple is today's best-known for conducting Chinese rituals known as ghost marriages – arranged between parties where one or both are deceased.
As a country that prides itself on religious diversity and freedom, Singapore is home to plenty of temples, churches, mosques and other places of worship for those who practise the faith, as well as those curious to find out more. Learn more about Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism when you visit these temples in Singapore.
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