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Fuk Tak Chi Museum

Singapore
Free Admission
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Presentation
The Fuk Tak Chi Museum is now part of a sleek boutique hotel’s premises.

But while progress has caught up, the museum hasn’t given up the ghost. If you’re in the vicinity of Far East Square, this quaint little building is worth a visit. Step over its well-preserved threshold, and the hustle-and-bustle of office life disappears, making it a nice spot for quiet contemplation amid the area’s shophouses and office buildings.

The Fuk Tak Chi temple was originally a shrine dedicated to the Chinese deity, Tua Pek Kong, who is worshipped by Confucianists and Taoists.

Set up between 1820 and 1824 by Cantonese and Hakka immigrants, the shrine was where many Chinese immigrants gave thanks for their safe journey to Singapore.
Hours

10:00 - 22:00

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Other information

Contact details

  • Name: Fuk Tak Chi Museum
  • Address: 76 Telok Ayer St - 048464 - Singapore - Singapour
  • Phone: (65) 6532 7868

Activities

Exposition

Getting there

  • By metro : Raffles Place, Telok Ayer

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