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Singapore Temple

Planning and approval phase; site location announced; exterior rendering released; temple property turned over to Special Projects; general contractor selected; groundbreaking not announced
Singapore Temple

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233 Pasir Panjang Road


4 April 2021


1 acres  |  0.4 hectares

Architectural Features: 

Single attached central tower with a pyramid-style roof


18 feet  |  6 meters

Construction Status

The Singapore Temple is currently in the planning stages. No groundbreaking date has been announced.

Temple Rendering

On December 19, 2022, the official rendering of the Singapore Temple was publicly released.1

Temple Site

On October 10, 2022, the location of the Singapore Temple was announced as a one-acre site located at 233 Pasir Panjang Road in Singapore. A meetinghouse with an arrival center will be constructed on site behind the temple.2

Temple Announcement

On April 4, 2021, President Russell M. Nelson announced plans to construct a temple in the city-state of Singapore at the 191st Annual General Conference. It will be the first temple constructed in the Republic of Singapore, located at the tip of the Malay Peninsula and comprised of one main island, 63 satellite islands, and an outlying islet. Singapore is home to 3,000 Latter-day Saints and seven congregations. Missionary work began in Singapore in 1968.3

Temple History

At a member meeting in Singapore held January 30, 2000, President Gordon B. Hinckley said in his remarks: "I said to one of the brethren tonight, 'How much does it cost you to go to Hong Kong to go to the temple?' He said, 'Oh, between 500 and 800 Singaporean dollars.' That's a lot of money, isn't it? Bless you for what you have done. The Lord bless you for the fact that you have made that sacrifice and taken advantage of that great and marvelous opportunity of going to the temple in Hong Kong.

"I want to throw out to you the challenge of promoting the growth of the Church in this area to a point where someday we can have a Singapore Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. You live among those for whom a great work needs to be done in the house of the Lord, a great vicarious work. If it gets done, you're going to have to do it. I believe with all my heart that within this great city somewhere we could locate a temple. I don't know how the design will be; land is terribly expensive. But we built a temple on very expensive land in Hong Kong, and you're familiar with that. We could do the same here.

"Hurry along. Bring people into the Church. Bring them in with love. Bring them in with kindness. Bring them in with the example of your lives. So live the gospel that they will see in you something of wonder and beauty and be encouraged to inquire, study the gospel, and join the Church and thus build the membership here so that the time could come in the not-too-distant future when we might have a sacred house of the Lord in this part of the earth."4

Temple Facts

The Singapore Temple will be the first temple built in the Malay Peninsula and the third built in mainland Southeast Asia, following the Bangkok Thailand Temple (under construction) and the Phnom Penh Cambodia Temple (announced).

  1. "Three Temple Sites Announced in the Americas," The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints News Release, 19 Dec. 2022.
  2. "Locations Announced for Temples in Singapore and United States," The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints News Release, 10 Oct. 2022.
  3. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints News Release, "At April 2021 Conference, Prophet Announces 20 More Temples to Be Constructed," 4 Apr. 2021.
  4. Gordon B. Hinckley, "Singapore Member Meeting," Discourses of President Gordon B. Hinckley, Volume 2: 2000–2004 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret Book Company, 2005).

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