Sri Murugan Hill Temple was originally a small divine structure on top of a hill and was noticed by a plumber, by the name Shanmugam in the 1960s. He was a devout Hindu and began to offer prayers to the structure. Soon other Hindus in the area started to worship it and finally in 1973, it was registered as the Sri Murugan Hill Temple.
Location: Bukit Timah Road, Post Box No. 0296, Singapore
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