One night, Laureen and I happened to walked past the Fuk Tak Chi Temple. To be honest, I do not know of this temple due that night. The museum stood out among the different buildings, which caught our attention. The museum was extremely quiet as there’re only the two of us. We took our time to look at the artifacts and models which showcase the life of the Chinese migrants back in the early days.
The Fuk Tak Chi Temple is the oldest Chinese temple in Singapore. It is built in 1824 and the building was restored in 1998. It is now converted into a museum, showcasing the early life of a Chinese migrants.
- Admission price: FREE
- Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
- Address: Far East Square, 76 Telok Ayer Street
- Nearby MRT Station: Raffles Place
If you are interested in history and happened to be around the area, feel free to go to the museum. You would be amazed by the history. Moreover, the temple is relatively small, it would not take up too much of your time.
The photos are took with an iPhone 4s, hence the noise. E.