Burmese Buddhist Temple, Singapore
- Address: 14 Tai Gin Road, Singapore 327873
About Burmese Buddhist Temple, Singapore
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Burmese Buddhist Temple, Singapore Reviews
A very tranquil and peaceful temple that I frequent. Spanning across 3 levels, it's majestically beautiful as well.
Beautiful and peaceful sanctuary. This temple has been a landmark in the Balestier area, and has served the local and Burmese communities well, especially on major days like Vesak Day. The main hall has a very majestic and lighted up Bodhisattva, offering devotees a very peaceful place for prayers.
This is a very serene temple that is located off Balestier road. It is a quick 5 minutes walk from the nearest bus stop. When you step into this temple, you will be filled with a sense of peace. Most visitors are Myanmar devotees who will come in with their items to be blessed to the temple like rice, fruits & flowers. A Bodhi tree with a statue of Lord Buddha at the right side of the temple after you enter makes you feel at ease. This temple is part of the Balestier Trail that one should not miss visiting.
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