|Sri Thendayuthapani Temple is one of the most former temples in Singapore. It was built by Nattukkottai Chettiars in 1859 A.D. It is also renowned as Hindu Chettiars' Temple in Singapore. This temple is one of the most significant tourist attractions of Singapore. Wide area, airy position and beautiful bordering qualify this holy place as one of the calm places of worship in Singapore. Sri Thendayuthapani Temple in Singapore is situated at Tank Road. This temple is dedicated to Sri Thendayuthapani who is also known as Lord Muruga. Lord Thendayuthapani is also cognized by other names such as Balasubrahmanyan, Shanmukhan, Swaminathan, Vallimanalan, Palaniandavar, Arumugan, Saravanan and Sevar Kodiyon. It is conceived that this temple was constructed by the members of Chettiar community. The single characteristic of this temple is its 48 glass panels on the roof. The glass panels of this temple are planned to catch the shafts of the dawning and setting sun. All the empanels are attractively carved with pictures of gods and goddesses. Besides, after refurbishment the Sri Thendayuthapani Temple in Singapore has contained some modern deftness in it. Here along with the commitment ceremony, you can also hope wedding and dining hall.