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About Burmese Buddhist Temple, Singapore

The Burmese Buddhist Temple (also known as Maha Sasana Ramsi; Burmese: သာသနာ့ရံသီ မြန်မာဘုရားကျောင်း; Chinese: 缅甸玉佛寺; pinyin: Miǎndiàn yùfósì) is the oldest Theravada institution and the only Burmese Buddhist temple of its kind in Singapore. Founded in 1875, the temple moved from its original Kinta Road premises to Tai Gin Road in Novena in 1988. The temple houses the largest pure white marble statue of the Buddha outside Myanmar, and has become a religious landmark for Burmese and Singaporean devotees to make merit and take part in merit-sharing activities alike.


Overview of Burmese Buddhist Temple

Burmese Buddhist Temple lies in the city of Singapore in Singapore. Burmese Buddhist Temple is not generally crowded with tourists and visitors.

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Address: 14 Tai Gin Road, Singapore 327873

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  • 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

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

  • A lovely place for meditation.. 😊

  • This is a great temple for Buddhist worship and meditation.

  • Very nostalgic place, this is a beautiful temple for Buddhist.

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