Sembawang God of Wealth Temple
The Sembawang God of Wealth Temple is home to the World’s largest God of Fortune statue that stands at 9.44 metres tall. The golden inglots grasped in the God of Fortune’s left hand and the Jade Ruyi Scepter held in his right hand symbolizes wealth and career success. Thousands of devotees flock to the temple to seek good luck with 4D, Toto and the Big Sweep.
When you are there, be sure to pay your respects at the Kusu Kramats. A kramat is a shrine that honours a pious individual in Islam. There are three Kramats on the island to honour a pious family who lived in the 19th century, Syed Abdul Rahman, his mother Nenek Ghalib and his sister, Puteri Fatimah. Many devotees pay their respects to the Kramats to seek for wealth and good luck.
Choa Chu Kang Cemetery
The next place is not for the faint hearted. Rumour has it that some punters have gone to the extreme of visiting the graves of the dead to pray for luck and 4D numbers.
It has been believed that if you get splashed by the Merlion, you will receive good fortune.
Suntec Fountain of Wealth
The fountain has been touted by Fengshui experts as the meridian point of wealth energy. Some believe that if you walk around the circumference of the fountain seven times, you will have better luck with money.
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