Buddhist Temples in Singapore



Singapore is home to a vibrant Buddhist community and boasts a wide array of stunning temples that attract visitors from all over the world. These temples offer a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and provide a space for reflection, meditation, and prayer.

One of the most prominent Buddhist temples in Singapore is the 新加坡佛牙寺 BUDDHA TOOTH RELIC TEMPLE & MUSEUM, located in the heart of Chinatown. This magnificent temple is a stunning example of traditional Chinese architecture and is home to a sacred tooth relic of the Buddha.

Another must-visit temple is the 光明山普觉寺 KONG MENG SAN PHOR KARK SEE MONASTERY located in Bishan. This sprawling complex houses a number of impressive buildings, including a grand main hall, a meditation hall, and a pagoda.

For those seeking a more traditional temple experience, the 莲山双林寺 LIAN SHAN SHUANG LIN MONASTERY Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery in Toa Payoh is a must-visit. Built in 1907, this temple is the oldest Buddhist monastery in Singapore and is a true testament to the country's rich cultural heritage.

Below is the list of other notable Buddhist Temples in Singapore