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  • Hong San See temple signage, 2009 : general view

    Streets and Places · Tan, Chun Wei · Little Red Dot Collection {18549142}
    This 2009 photograph shows a signage of Hong San See temple (风山寺), which is located at 31 Mohamed Sultan Road. The temple was originally established at Tras Street in 1829 and was gazetted as a National Monument in 1978. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Hong San See temple signage, 2010 : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Arts · Tan, Chun Wei · Little Red Dot Collection {18549142}
    This 2010 photograph shows a plaque with the words "Guang Ze Zun Wang (广泽尊王"), referring to the main deity of Hong San See temple (风山寺). The plaque is mounted on the wall near the ceiling with the words framed in gold rim. Part of the decorative gold details of the...
  • Ang Chee Sia Ong Temple, bridge : general view

    Streets and Places · Tan, Chun Wei · Little Red Dot Collection {18549142}
    This 2009 photograph shows a dragon bridge, linking Ang Chee Sia Ong Temple to the Housing and Development Board (HDB) blocks at West Coast Drive. The bridge is built over a small canal. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Hong San See temple signage, 2010 : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Arts · Tan, Chun Wei · Little Red Dot Collection {18549142}
    This 2010 photograph shows a sign for Hong San See temple (风山寺), at the main entrance, in Chinese calligraphy. The sign is mounted on the wall above the entrance to the temple. Part of the decorative gold details of the ceiling can be seen in the photograph. Hong San See...
  • Hong San See Temple, 2004 : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Arts · Tan, Bonny
    This is a general view of Hong San See Temple, atop Institution Hill. There are dancing dragons on the roof which is made up of ceramic tiles in the 'Jiangnan' style. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Hong San See Temple, 2004 : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Arts · Tan, Bonny
    This is a 2004 photograph of Hong San See Temple, located on Mohamed Sultan Road. It was built by Chinese immigrants out of respect for the God of Filial Piety. There are the intricate carvings on the beams, calligraphy and dragon motifs on the columns. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Chwee Long Tow Hock Teck Temple : general view

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    A 1995 photograph showing the side of Chwee Long Tow Hock Teck temple at Tong Watt Road. The temple is dedicated to the deity 福德正神 (Hock Teck Cheng Sin) as the temple’s name suggests and the deity’s colloquial name, 大伯公 (Tua Pek Kong) can be see on the wall of...
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