The oldest Hindu temple in singapore, this is a very grand place (and one of the biggest I've seen so far). There was a fire burning and some weird trumpety-sound coming from their 2-man band (which I associated with a funeral since I'd heard similar sounds sitting in my uncle's apartment, and he informed me that the son-in-law pays to assemble such a band). There wasn't a casket, so it was probably a ceremony of sorts that I happened to walk by.
$3 for a ticket if you want to take pictures-- and since I've never really been into a Hindu temple I figured it was worth the entrance fee.
This is a grand, 5-storey temple that is probably one of the wealthiest temples I've ever seen (look at all that gold in the main hall). This is actually a fairly new temple, as construction started in 2005 and was finished in 2007 (and cost S$62 million).