Foo Hai Ch'an Monastery was founded in 1935 by Venerable Hong Zong. The temple has a 9.9-meter tall 1000-hand statue of Buddha. Foo Hai Ch'an Monastery has beautiful zen-style architecture, several structures, statutes and Buddha relics. Venerable Hong Zong of Taiwan initially set up the foundation. The temple has a lovely bodhi tree inside the monastery. Green plants surround Foo Hai Ch'an Monastery, and you feel the fresh air. The temple aims to carry forward the Buddha's teachings, follow the Buddha's spirit, create a pure land on earth, and build a harmonious society. The Bodhi tree and Buddha relics of religious importance interest tourists. Foo Hai Ch'an Monastery is where the soul can rest and have inner peace.
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FOO HAI CH'AN MONASTERY REVIEWS
A wonderful temple is very different from others in Singapore. The large hall is reminiscent of daibutsuden in Japan and is fresh and quiet with light music and filled with many rows of padded kneelers. No incense is allowed inside the hall, enhancing the serene atmosphere different from other temple halls in Singapore. A massive floor-to-ceiling Buddha and Guanyin dominate the front wall. Traditional musical instruments surround the hall. Multiple structures are outside the main hall - drum tower, bell tower and pagoda with it's own deity figures. In addition to no incense in the great hall, shoes must also remain outside.
It is very nice and tranquil. Accessible from Paya Lebar MRT. Good main hall for meditation. Highly recommended.
Great Buddhist Monastery, Very pleasing environment for prayer. You will instantly love it. There is a pagoda in the temple compound.
Vimalakirti Buddhist Centre is a well-renowned Buddhist temple in Geylang. The temple is built with a specific religious holy symbol. The members of the Vimalakirti Buddhist Centre are like Wei Mo Jie, diligently following the Bodhisattva path. The temple offers great wisdom and great eloquence to help the Buddhist disciples. Vimalakirti Buddhist Centre provides a peaceful place to meditate. They can feel the refreshing atmosphere that brings happiness and harmony when they enter. The temple is the perfect place for Buddhists to gather to pray, meditate and chant for Buddha. The temple encourages social welfare endeavours and education. In addition, they also organise some events.
Wed: 9am - 7:30pm
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VIMALAKIRTI BUDDHIST CENTRE REVIEWS
Our first 'Weekly chanting session' of Bhaisajyaguru (The Medicine Buddha ???) at Vimalakirti Buddhist Centre, with my Mom.
I just stay there for a few days. Here are very good people.
A nice Buddhist society with a vegetarian cafe.
Karma Kagyud Buddhist Centre is one of the several Tibetan Buddhism Vajrayana centres in Singapore. It was established in 1981 by His Holiness the 16th Gyalwa Karmapa to realise the precious teachings of Buddha in Singapore. The temple offers a spiritual and holy place to pray for its devotees. Thousands of devotees visit this place to know the culture and importance of faith in peace. They organise various programmes such as classes, meditation, teachings, practices and many more, and the Centre has benefited many people. It is used as the venue for most of the Centre's activities to serve its member's and devotees' spiritual and welfare needs. In addition, Karma Kagyud Buddhist Centre also offers activities.
Sun: 10:30am - 6pm
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KARMA KAGYUD BUDDHIST CENTRE REVIEWS
A Place for Buddhism to Pray, Very Clean and Neat. Peaceful and Calm. Visit Them if You Free Very Stressed. They Do Have a Huge Place to Put Ancestors Tablets.
A Place of Serenity and Peace. Tibetan Buddhism with A Pinch of Modernism. Open to The Public.