The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, located in Singapore’s Chinatown, offers visitors the chance to visit an active working Buddhist temple. It was built in 2007 in the style of Chinese Tang architecture at a cost of $75 million dollars. The temple gets its name because it houses a tooth that is said to have belonged to the Buddha. The tooth was discovered in a collapsed golden stupa in Myanmar in 1998, and the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple was built to offer a suitable place to house the holy relic.
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