Sri Siva Krishna Temple is located in the northern part of Singapore. The Temple is one of the few dedicated to Lord Siva Krishna, attracting many devotees from around Singapore. The mountain area is about 25,000 square feet, which is the perfect place of worship dedicated to Lord Siva and Lord Krishna. The Temple celebrates the Mahashivratri festival, which is the most important for Lord Shiva's millions of devotees. Annually on Diwali's auspicious day, special worship is offered with specifically devoted religious rituals and colourful ceremonies. Sri Siva-Krishna Temple features intricate carvings and figurines on its exterior walls and internal structures. After the death of Mr Kunjukrishnan, Mr K.Velautham further cleared the area and brought in more deities. The Temple was named "Sri Siva-Krishna Temple" as time passed.
Tue, Wed-Sun: 7:30am - 11:45am | 7pm - 8:45pm