The Temple is dedicated to Sri Muneeswaran, god of Acting and protector of villages. Local Indian-Hindu actors are especially known to visit and pray at this temple for it is believed that one’s acting talent and skills greatly improves when one prays to Sri Muneeswaran.There are statues of other well-known Hindu gods such as Sri Ganesh, Sri Shiva, Sri Krishna, and Sri Maariamman, which makes the temple popular with local Hindus all around.
A 10 days festival, Masamagam, occurs annually in February where the temple is most crowded and lively. To get to Sri Muneeswaran Temple, head out from exit A at Commonwealth MRT station and walk down past Kofu foodcourt. Turn left and walk down past the residential HDB flats on Tanglin Halt Road for about 20 minutes and one will arrive at the temple.
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