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Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple information
Dedicated to Kaliamman, the Destroyer of Evil, this South Indian temple began life in 1870 as a modest shrine but underwent a significant facelift in 1969 to transform it into the beauty standing today. The carvings here – particularly on the vimana (domed structure within the temple) – are among the best temple artwork you'll see anywhere in Singapore.