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3 Best Buddhist Temples in Bishan

Expert recommended Top 3 Buddhist Temples in Bishan, Singapore. All of our buddhist temples face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and price to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!

KONG MENG SAN PHOR KARK SEE MONASTERY

88 Bright Hill Road, Singapore 574117 Directions
Since 1921

Dharma, Activities, Group Practice and Cultivation, Prayer, Retreats, Meditations, Counselling, Social and Cremation Services, Dharma Events and Classes for Schooling Students, Courses, Kms Community Program & Basic Meditations

Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery was established by Venerable Sik Zhuan Dao as a residence for Buddhist practice, to share the Dharma, and to offer to lodge for monks. The monastery sits on 75,470 square metres which is similar to the size of almost 11 football fields and is one of the most significant and famous monasteries in Southeast Asia. KMSPKS is a spiritual temple in urban Singapore where one can study the Buddha's teachings of wisdom and compassion, develop gratitude, practise mindfulness, and bring joy to all.

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TSE THO AUM TEMPLE

601 Sin Ming Drive, Singapore 575719 Directions

Religious Activities, Special Events, Festival Celebrations, Functions, Prayers, Meetings & Chanting

Tse Tho Aum Temple is a Buddhist temple situated at the Junction of Sin Ming Drive. It is a crematorium and includes a private columbarium, a final resting place of many Teochews. The temple is also serving as a religious site of worship and as a burial ground in Singapore.

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LIAN HUAY TEMPLE

99 Sin Ming Road, Industrial Estate Sector B, Singapore 575586 Directions
Since 1986

Evening Pujas, Events, Morning, Lantern Festival, Prayers, Meetings & Worship

Lian Huay Temple is devoted to the god Nezha, the third emperor of lotus, the emperor of jade, the marshal of the middle altar, the grandfather of Zhufu, and the second uncle. The unique architectural decoration of the new temple was carefully created by a well-known Chinese craftsman in Fujian to build an exquisite palace and temple specifications and equipment. The shape of the auspicious dragon, four dragon pillars carved in blue and white. Idols and shrines, three five-foot idols are carved from African blackwood and sandalwood. The temple has beautiful carvings and clear texture.

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