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Burmese Buddhist Temple is a place in Singapore in the country of Singapore. Burmese Buddhist Temple is easily missed on a visit to Singapore.

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  • Visited the temple on the auspicious occasion of Vesak. Enchanting atmosphere for meditation and delicious free food. Both made my day...

  • Nice Buddhist temple with 2 main floors with different statues: a white marble one and a Golf-coloured at the 3rd storey. Built in Myanmar then shipped in Singapore in 1988

  • Very beautiful Buddhist temple with a serine atmosphere. Ideal for meditation.

  • A good place where you can learn Buddha's teaching. Good for meditation too.

  • About 10 mins walk from the nearest MRT station Toa Payoh, and also next door to the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall. The temple is three storey building, with Myanmar traditional style decoration, and two giant Buddha images are inside there, the one (sitting position made with marble stone) at ground floor and another (standing position made with bronze) at top floor. All of above would make you feel as if you're in Myanmar even though you have never been to this country before. Every Sunday morning there is the Dhamma teaching class to young children. You can get blessing from the monks as well if you want to. This is the place you can find peace and adoration when you see and pay homage to Buddha images.

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