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    Default Chinese architecture buildings

    Some nice spots to share.

    Shuang Lin Monastery
    A blend of different architecture styles from different regions in China.
    A National Monument, it is at Kim Keat Link in Toa Payoh. Very intricate ornamentations.
    A very beautiful and tranquil place normally with not many people.

    Yue Hai Ching Temple
    A small quaint old temple at Phillip Street, smack right in the middle of the financial district.
    Looks dilapidated but isn't. Features some amazing roof statues.
    Can get quite nice new-and-old contrasting shots.

    Thian Hock Keng
    The most famous temple here. IMHO a little overrated. Very intricate ornamentations.

    House Of Tan Yeok Nee
    A Chinese styled mansion now occupied by University of Chicago. At Penang Road.

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    Chung Cheng High (Main)
    Grand main building, a huge Chinese styled building built in 1940s

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    Some shots of Shuang Lin Temple during this CNY.










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    Thanks for the contribution.

    You may want to include Phor Kar See Monastary too. It is the largest temple in sg.
    Last edited by kitkat; 3rd February 2006 at 06:11 PM.

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