Singapore Sikh Gurdwara reopens after S$4.5m upgrade

Singapore: The Central Sikh Gurdwara in Towner Road officially reopened on Friday after a S$4.5 million upgrade and renovation.

On Friday evening, President Dr Tony Tan Keng Yam officiated the event, which featured a travelling Photographic Exhibition on Sikh Heritage.

The upgrades feature anti—slip tiles, ramps and larger elevators to better serve the elderly. It will also house free Wi—Fi services for youths.

The newly—renovated Central Sikh Gurdwara is also designed to be eco—friendly and contains features like auto cut—off taps amongst others. The Gurdwara was built in April 1986.


  1. harkirat singh

    This is a great effort to build the gurdwara with pure stone and pure gold; is it that you’re trying to build a pure sikh society? 

  2. And What about Gursikhs???

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