Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple is a shrine in Singapore dedicated to Hindu God Ganesh. The temple is located on Ceylon Road. As per the historians, in 1850 a statue of Lord Vinayagar had discovered a site. The statue was discovered beside a Chempaka tree, and then the temple was known as ‘Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple’. Mr. Ethirnayagam Pillai, founded the building with help of other Indians, the humble abode then became shrine of ‘Sri Senpaga Vinayagar’. Today, the management committee has developed the temple with great facilities like Function Halls, Library, Classrooms, Kitchen and many more. The shrine was damaged during Second World War by a bomb, but restoration was done under chairmanship Dr. P. Thillainathan.