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Arulmigu Murugan Temple

Prayer Timing

Daily Programme

06.00 am Temple opens to public

06.40 am Morning prayers

12.00 pm Mid-Day Puja

Temple Closes after Mid-day Puja

05.30 pm Temple opens for Prayer

06.00 pm Evening Puja

09.00 pm Night Puja

Temple Closes after Night Puja

Deities in temple

Lord Murugan

Lord Vinayagar

Lord Shivan

Shri Durgai

Shri Parvathi

Shri Idumbar



281 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 609605.

Telephone: 6563 3613 Fax: 6563 4352

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Shri Arulmigu Murugan Temple


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This temple has been named after Sri Arulmigu Murugan because in this temple He has been worshipped as main deity. Sri Arulmigu Murugan is the most popular deity for South Indians, along with Lord Shiva,Nine Planets, Lord Ganesha, Kalliamman.

During 1960s, mostly all Hindu temples were located near Serangoon road or South Bridge road. Small group of Hindu devotees mostly residence of Jurong , always desired to have temple in Jurong area but nothing worked out until 1993.

The Temple land was bought in 1993 from the Government. Devotee built temporary shelter in 1994, and decided to offer their prayers until proper Temple building has been built. Due to insufficient fund the plan to build new temple was delayed until 1998.

During second phase of temple construction it was decided to build proper temple structure as well as to build multi storey workplace as part of temple's new building.

Temple construction finally completed in 2003 and, in 2005, temple was officially opened for devotees.

Professionals, who offered their services for free, took five years to complete the artwork. Every single masterpiece in the temple has a meaning, e.g., Lord Murugan's spearhead symbolizes that we must be open minded and remain focused in life. the spearhead resembles a spade which is wide at the bottom and pointed at the top.

the temple is run by volunteers, except for the priest who came from South India.

The temple has a congregation size of 5,000 worshippers a month with high number of Indians and Chinese devotees.

They conducts health screenings, monthly food distribution, cash handouts and bursary schemes for the needy.

The temple is funded by many Indian Philanthropies.