Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple

Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple (Chinese: 观音堂佛祖庙; pinyin: Guānyīn Táng Fózǔ Miào) is a traditional Chinese temple situated at 178 Waterloo Street in Singapore. The temple is of significance to the Chinese in Singapore, and is believed to bring worshipers good luck after praying to the Kuan Yin (观音) Bodhisattva, the Goddess of Mercy. The temple is also involved in charity work, contributing to several health and educational organisations.

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... The temple is known for its work towards charity since 1997 ... The temple also donated to the National Kidney Foundation Singapore and is a patron of the Singapore arts scene ...

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