Leong San See Temple is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Little India. This temple was constructed in 1917 by Reverand Zhuan Wu. The building materials imported from China, and funds contributed by prominent merchant and philanthropist Tan Boon Liat. This temple's main feature is that the Guanyin statue was brought from Nan'an city. The temple has an altar with an image of Confucius, popular with parents who bring their children to pray for intelligence and filial piety. Leong San See Temple is set in a tranquil environment, allowing the devotees and visitors to rest, pray and meditate in peace. The roof of this temple has elaborate figurines, and the temple beams have intricate carvings. It is one of the historical Chinese temples famous among tourists.
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LEONG SAN SEE TEMPLE REVIEWS
Easily accessible by bus from bustling Little India, this temple is on a very quiet street, close to 2 other temples. It consists of 2 areas with an interior patio that differentiates it from other temples. explore its corners.
This temple is hot Subscribe to t series but you can choose not to. Ok let’s get serious I did a history report on this temple and it has a pretty interesting history! It’s awesome and do not hesitate to visit this temple. It will be a rewarding experience, I guarantee!
A temple I visited since i was only about 4-5 years old, with my grandmother and mother. Feeling serene whenever I visit the temple. A good place to pray to buddha and ancesters.
Tibetan Buddhist centre is a registered and licensed Buddhist centre in Little India. The mission is to propagate dharma teaching, promote Tibetan culture, and uphold unity, And Harmony. This centre runs as a non-profitable organization, helping devotees to achieve Harmony. They propagate pure Dharma teachings and offer a range of meaningful and beneficial activities to help people in their community. They are grateful to their volunteers and EXCO, who generously contribute their time and skill set to support the seamless operation of weekly classes, annual teachings, Dharma and community outreach activities, and more. It is set in a tranquil environment, allowing visitors and devotees to rest and pray to god. In addition, the Tibetan Buddhist centre promotes culture and dharma teaching to understand all the different sects of Buddhism.
TIBETAN BUDDHIST CENTRE REVIEWS
Great place to start dharma journey. A nice place for meditating.
The Temple Offers a Quiet and Peaceful Environment to Make Your Spiritual Visit.Nice place to visit.
Beo San Hood Chor Temple is a Buddhist temple. It also worships an uncommon Teochew deity known as Qiao Jun. Qiao Jun is the third brother of the Three Mountain Emperors. In 1920, the temple received "Joss Ash" from its mother temple Shi Miao Shan. For the renovations, the devotees funded in 1955, 1980 and 1993. The temple has a serene and tranquil environment, allowing visitors and devotees to pray, chant and meditate in peace. The Beo San Hood Chor Temple keeper considers themselves a Hokkien temple; they conduct the "Leaving the Garden" ritual for teenagers. The temple is so clean, tranquil, and has a fabulous atmosphere, making you feel relaxed.
BEO SAN HOOD CHOR TEMPLE REVIEWS
A Chinese Temple of Teochew origin, my brother and I were the godsons of the main Deity (??????). The temple was very peaceful and quiet during normal days.
Normally to pray for peace, good health and for life to be smooth going.