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Hong San See Temple, dedicated to the God of Wealth, was erected between 1908 to 1912. It was designated as a national monument in 1978.
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Hong San See Temple



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Hong San See Temple
Hong San See, a Chinese Temple, was originally constructed in Tanjong Pagar in 1829. It was dedicated to the God of Wealth. The present temple at Mohammed Sultan Road replaced the old temple when the government took over the land for a project. The new temple was erected between 1908 to 1912 at the cost of approximate 56,000 Singaporean dollars.

The task of building the temple was completed by Lim Law, a renowned building contractor. Hong San See Temple was designated as a national monument in 1978.

Architecture
The main entrance of the Temple is built of double-leafed timber, with the two side doors. The roof ridges and eaves have chien nien ornamentation and plaster relief work. In the center of the roof ridge are two dragons on both sides of a blazing pearl. The Temple has four carved granite columns, with entwined dragons and other figurines. Some columns are adorned with figures of flowers and leaves.

Address
Hong San See Temple
31, Mohammed Sultan Road
Singapore - 238975