More popularly known by its Hokkien name, this is the Loyang Da Bo Gong. Situated at a remote beach off Loyang Way, this temple had a very humble beginning. It was said that someone found some statues washed to the shore and he decided to make a small shrine for it. There was also statues of the Hindu God. As time passed by, the number of devotees to this shrine grew. And so the little shrine became a bigger temple. Soon, devotees from across the causeway also came to pray in this temple.
This temple is unique in that in this complex, there is the Tua Pek Kong Temple (with other Deities as well) and a Natoh Kong, and a Hindu Temple, where Ganesha is one of the main Deities. The three temples within the complex had a harmonious setup. Most devotees coming to this temple would pay their respects to all the Deities in the three temples.
It has become one of the focal points for visiting mediums from other temples when they have celebrations and have "yew keng" (Procession).
This temple complex has to give way to development and it is raising funds to build a new and grander building. All the three temples will be continued to be housed in the new complex. The view of the sea and the current ambience might be changed forever.
Festivals: 1st and 2nd of 2nd Chinese Lunar Month, 16th to 18th of 12th Chinese Lunar Month.
Address: 62G Loyang Way, Singapore 508772