Central Sikh Temple

Central Sikh Temple is the first Sikh gurdwara in Singapore. Established in 1912, the temple had relocated several times before moving to its current site at Serangoon Road at the junction of Towner Road and Boon Keng Road in the Kallang Planning Area in 1986. The gurdrawa is the main place of worship for the 15,000 Sikhs in the country, and is also known as Wada Gurdrawa.

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... The temple houses 15,000 people and is meant to be the main religious and community temple of all the Sikh gurdwaras in the nation ... The temple has a seven-storey slab tower where the community facilities are located, though the main facilities are at the Sikh Centre at Jalan ...

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