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Fuk Tak Chi Museum
Fuk Tak Chi Museum was central to the Chinese immigrant's life - both as a shrine and as a welfare centre.
Built in the formal style of China's old magistrate courts, the temple is not only a fascinating architectural study; it also brims with history whimsy. The museum holds about 200 artefacts contributed by former residents of Chinatown, such as intricate Peranakan jewellery, a charcoal iron, an opium smoker's lamp and many others.
Like the old days, as the steady stream of visitors proves, Fuk Tak Chi is once again a vital part of Telok Ayer Street.
Telok Ayer Street
43 Pekin Street #02-01 Far East Square, Singapore 048773
Daily, 10am - 10pm
How to get there
Walk towards China Street from Raffles Place MRT Station.