Inspired by the Chinese Tang Dynasty, this temple in Chinatown underwent a major facelift, and reopened in 2007, welcoming worshippers and visitors to its temple, museum, library, garden, vegetarian restaurant and bookstore. There's a 15-foot Maitreya Buddha that sits on the ground floor of the main hall and on the third storey lies the Buddhist Cultural Museum. It displays a selection of rare artefacts detailing the history of Buddhism and the different traditions practised in Asian countries. Located at the rear of the hall, you’ll find the Sacred Buddha Relics Chamber. This houses what are regarded as the brains, blood, muscle and flesh relics of Buddha. According to the religion’s beliefs, these items are supposedly Buddha’s body in eternal form.