Wat Ananda Metyarama is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Singapore. This Thai temple was completed in 1925 with a land area of 18,317 square feet, and was founded by Venerable Luang Phor Hong Dhammaratano (Phra Dhammaratano Bandit). After his passing away in 1925, his successor, Phra Rajayankavee had the temple renovated in 1953. The temple is a very popular one and is visited by a number of tourists and devotees. The Songkran Festival, which is the celebration of the Thai New Year also takes place at this temple.
Attractions & Landmarks, Religious