In honor of the Sikh guru Guru Nanak’s 158 birth anniversary, the Central Sikh temple in Singapore was constructed. The temple is the main place of worship for nearly more than 15,000 Sikhs of the country. The temple has a blend artistic of traditional and modern architecture. The Sikh’s holy book called the Granth Sahib is preserved in the glorious prayer hall. The prayer hall has a 13 meter broad dome on top of it.
The 1986 SIA Architectural design award was given to this Sikh temple.