Siong Lim Temple (also: Shuang Lin Temple) is the common Hokkien or Fukien name of the (Lian Shan) Shuang Lin Monastery. Built in 1902, the Buddhist temple is located in Toa Payoh, Singapore. The 40,000 square metres site was owned by Low Kim Pong, a wealthy Chinese Hoklo (Hokkien) merchant and devout Buddhist.
The temple was originally modeled after the Xichang temple in Fujian province, but has a uniquely Singaporean style. Singapore was an immigrant society, and although built by Fujian workmen, these original workmen came from different counties in Fujian. As a result, the temple has elements of Fuzhou, Quanzhou, and Zhangzhou styles. The temple now boasts a seven storey gold-topped pagoda which is a replica of the 800 year old Shanfeng temple pagoda in Fujian.