Behind-the-Scenes: From History to Community Kitchen - A Guided Tour of the Central Sikh Temple
Join us on behind-the-scenes tours and open houses, and learn more about the history and activities of veteran Indian institutions in the Little India neighbourhood!
Volunteers from the Central Sikh Temple will guide this tour, which will take visitors through the history and current activities at the Temple.
Supported by the Central Sikh Gurudwara
About the Institution
The Central Sikh Temple is located at the junction of Serangoon Road and Towner Road. It was first established in 1912 in a bungalow on Queen Street. It is the oldest Sikh temple in Singapore. It was referred to as Wada Gurdwara (Punjabi: Big Temple), with the subsequent establishment of smaller temples by the Sikh community. The current temple building was completed in 1986 at its present location, and is managed by the Central Sikh Gurdwara Board.
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