Temple Tour



Free Guided Tour on Saturdays
Mandarin :   10am
English   :   2pm

A Unique Learning Experience
BTRTM welcomes more than 50,000 visitors every month. With up to 50% of our daily visitors coming from overseas, from the onset, we are committed to public education with an attitude of openness and with an aim of promoting mutual understanding amongst different peoples. The BTRTM offers a unique, fertile environment for learning as it is a living heritage site that is part museum and part place of worship. Visitors from all cultural backgrounds have a unique opportunity here to learn about what goes on in a Buddhist Temple in an engaging and non-threatening environment. As an active member of Inter-Racial and Religious Confidence Circles in the community, we are experienced in conducting tours and other educational programmes promoting cross-cultural understanding and mindful of the needs and interests of visitors from diverse cultural backgrounds.

Guided Tours & Other Services
The BTRTM is a non-profit organisation committed to cultural and social work. While admission is free, we strongly encourage school groups and other visitors to register for our guided tours which provides an insighful and meaningful learning experience on your visit. We are honoured to be able to share the heritage of Singapore, Chinese culture, the history of Chinatown and Buddhist philosophy with the world through our guided tour service conducted by specially trained guides. We can also assist with other services for group visitors, including blessing and prayer sessions as well as enjoying vegetarian meals and deserts at our Five Insights Hall and refreshments to complete your tour.

To register or make a query regarding guided tours and group visits, please do not hesitate to contact us at:
Email: services@btrts.org.sg or call us at: (65) 6220 0220

Note: Please register at least 1 week in advance of your visit. Thank you.


星期六:早上10點 (免費)


有興趣者可電郵給我們services@btrts.org.sg於辦公時間內致電預約:(+65) 6220 0220。


Updated on 31st October 2017 by BTRTS Museum