This ancestral Hokkien temple, which is also a community centre for the Tan clan in Singapore, is said to have excellent feng shui (luck or blessings). The decorations of the temple, built in 1876, are very well preserved, particularly the altars with their ancestral tablets. Much of the material used to build this riverside temple arrived in Singapore as ballast.
Visitors are advised to dress conservatively as this is a place of worship.
15, Magazine Road Singapore 059568
Take a taxi from Raffles Place MRT Station (EW14/NS26) or Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station (NS24).