The Singapore Sri Senpaga Vinayager Temple located at the Ceylon road was constructive in the 1950s. The temple was again renovated in the year 2003. Some of the attractive aspects comprises of the entrance tower called the Rajagopuram. Its architecture portrays the Chola style. In ancient times, when you look at the
Indian history the Cholas are found to be best temple builders.
Inside the main hall, there are four granite pillars with eight statues each forming 32 different shapes of Lord Vinayager. These pillars form the peculiar aspect of the temple. You cannot see this unique 32 Lord Vinayagar in any other temples. Even in India you will not find this peculiar feature. Many multicolored wall paintings stand in the center of the major hall. The colorful murals portray the various tales of Lord Vinayager right from his birth up to his marriage. There is dome called the Ashtalakshmi dome in which attractive paintings depicting Lord Lakshmi’s eight different forms are portrayed.
Location: 19 Ceylon Road, Singapore 429613
Reaching there: You need to take the MRT to Bugis Station (EW12) and then from the opposite Bugis Junction you have to take SBS bus 12.Get down opposite to Roxy Square.