Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery, Singapore

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Founded in 1921 by Venerable Sik Zhuan Dao, Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery (KMSPKS) is a spiritual sanctuary in urban Singapore where one can learn the Buddha's teachings of wisdom and compassion, practise mindfulness, develop gratitude, and bring happiness to all. Over the years, KMSPKS has grown dynamically in its Dharma propagation, community involvement and religious harmony efforts.
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  • Bright hill temple,the biggest buddhist monastery(university) in south east asia. the grand buddha,lotus buddha(观音普萨)and the little buddha are one of the landmark of temple  more »
  • Singapore biggest monastery . A must to visit. Lot of Instagramable buddha and temple halls. Very delicious free flow hot free vegetarian noodle soups. Clean and quiet hall with incense burning. It no...  more »
  • An amazing complex of buildings in a beautiful park built in the early 20th century. Easy to reach and worth to see. It is a working Buddhist monastery open for visitors and worship. Very clean and we...  more »
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  • It was built in 1922.It had a humble starting with only a main temple structure and a few smaller structures. Over the years it has been expanded and upgraded.Many new buildings has been added and the hold surroundings has been upgraded and beautified.Recently a new Buddhist College Building has been built.The temple/ monastery is the biggest in Singapore.It attracts not only the locals also many foreigners to visit it each year.The temple is not only beautiful but also very peaceful, only during special occassions each year it is crowded.It is a very good place to distress yourself.One can feel the calm and peacefulness here.It also has a Buddhist Libary. Dated : 04/09/2017 (Monday).
  • Definitely one of the biggest temples/monastery in Singapore. It is huge, quiet and very peaceful. You can easily spend a good hour here. There are also books and guides available in stands and shelves that you can get in exchange of a donation. It's a beautiful place.
  • I might not be the most religious guy around but I really do love the ambience here. Often just coming here to take a walk and relax. One of the most beautifully adorned temple in Singapore for sure.
  • The Buddhist Temple . A must for every visitors. Nice environment Buddhist Culture. Free vegetarian meal on Sunday. Medicinal Buddha. Temple of 1000 Buddha. Kwan Yin. Boddhi Tree. So much to learn. A good place for Prayer and Meditation. Recommended. Dr Aung Zeya Myint. Yangon. Myanmar.
  • Beautiful monastery! Was here on Vesak day. I think it was both the best and the worst day to be on the site. On one hand, the festive atmosphere and the ceremonies were a bonus, but it sure takes the peaceful and quiet atmosphere it normally has.

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