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Sikh temple - Sri Guru Singh Sabah

You can ask one of the men hanging around the lobby if you can go upstairs.

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Both men and women receive an orange cloth to cover their heads and shoes come off.

The sixth floor is the main prayer area, and has a copy of Sikhism's holy book, the Sri Guru Granth Sahib, on a flower-filled altar. The world's 23 million Sikhs treat the text with the same reverence as a guru, or small god.

The next floor up is full of reading rooms where you can usually find Sikhs busy reciting the 1530-page tome.

Travellers are welcome to share in a free vegetarian breakfast on the second floor on every day.

Sikh temple - Sri Guru Singh Sabah
555 Chakraphet Road, Pahurat
Daily 07:00-09:00

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