Jointly erected in 1876 by Tan Kim Ching and Tan Beng Swee, the Tan Si Chong Su Temple is not just a religious institution. It also serves a dual function as a community center for the Tan clan in Singapore. The various altars, carvings and murals in the temple are surprisingly well preserved, when you consider that most of the material used in the temple's construction had originally come to Singapore as ballast in 1876. Many believe that the location presents the temple with good feng shui.
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