Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
Emerging from Sago Street onto South Bridge Road, visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
, famous for housing a crystallized Buddha tooth, a sacred treasure found in 1980 under a collapsed stupa in Myanmar.The building's grand design is based on the elements and history of Tang Dynasty and the Buddhist Mandala, the latter which is a representation of the Buddhist universe. Other highlights found in this building include the Buddhist Culture Museum, Eminent Sangha Museum, Tripitaka Chamber, and a theatre for cultural performances, talks and films.
Note: Appropriate attire to be worn when visiting temple (especially for ladies, shoulders and knees are to be covered). Not to worry, the temple provides robes should you not be dressed according to the requirements.
Viewing of Buddha Tooth Relic: 9am - 6pm daily
Buddhist Culture Museum and Relic Chamber: 8am - 6pm daily
Eminent Sangha Museum: 7am - 7pm daily
Admission is free
288 South Bridge Road
(+65) 6220 0220