SRI LANKARAMAYA BUDDHIST TEMPLE
30-C Street Michael's Road, Singapore 328002 DirectionsSince 1952
Basic and Guided Meditation, Buddhist Texts Study, Classes, Special Prayers, Devotion Practice, Religious Organization, Basic Buddhism & Abhidhamma
Sri Lankaramaya Buddhist Temple is a calm and peaceful sanctuary situated in the middle of major roads, and it is also popularly known as St Michael Buddhist Temple. The temple is considered as a perfect monastery under the Theravada culture with a stupa, buddha images, a bodhi tree, and a sima hall. The temple's main construction includes a two-storey building housing a hall, a three-storey office and library block, and the main shrine and a stupa at its rooftop. The highlights of the temple include a 45-ft reclining Buddha statue and a life-like effigy of the King Devanampiyatissa displaying his reverence to Arahat Mahinda depicting how Buddhism arrived in Sri Lanka.
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SAKYA MUNI BUDDHA GAYA TEMPLE
366 Race Course Road, Singapore 218638 DirectionsSince 1927
Buddha Dharma Classes, Chanting, Festival Celebrations, Prayers, Spiritual Activities, Puja, Meetings & Special Events
Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple is one of the most popular and famous Buddhist temples in Singapore. It is also known as the temple of 1,000 lights. The Buddha statue situated inside the temple is one of the tallest statues in Singapore, standing 15 feet high above the ground. This statue is rimmed with an infinite chain of 100 colourful icon lamps which boasting a weight of more than 3000 tons that makes the temple more beautiful and attractive. At the base of the statue is a fresco depicting Buddha’s life events, built from the bark of the legendary Bodhi tree, the case holds one of the most powerful relics of Buddhism.
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2 Beatty Lane, Singapore 209945 DirectionsSince 2001
Prayer to Dispel the Five Maras, Prayers to Remove Disharmony, Mikha and Eight Auspicious Prayer, Teaching by Namdrol Rinpoche, Ganden Lha Gyama, the Noble Sutra on Entering the Great City of Vaishali, Dharma Practice, Morning and Shakyamuni Buddha Prayers, Special Mandala Offering, Prayers for Confession & Merit Increasing
Thekchen Choling is a serene place for Buddhists to pray and meditate. It is a beautiful Tibetan temple with positive vibes. They give instructions in English on how to pay your respects. Dharma classes are available on Thurs night. The temple offers free incense candles and a huge wheel to spin. Thekchen Choling always open with piped-in soothing music and Buddhist chants.