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Relaxation and Mindfulness Meditation 舒心正念静坐班

24-Feb-2020 – 30-Mar-2020

Is the hectic pace of everyday life leaving you overwhelmed?

Take a moment to relax and practise a meditation technique.

Join Venerable Kwang Sheng as he shares how meditation and Buddhist teachings can help us to
re-energise ourselves and to re-focus our mind, bringing about a sense of peace a...

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Great Compassion Prayer Ceremony 大悲忏法会

The Great Compassion Prayer is centred on the chanting of Avalokiteshvara Boddhisattva’s “Great Compassion Dharani Repentence”. It is said that “if one wishes to become a Buddha, one has to practice the Bodhisattva path.” By participating in The Great Compa...

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Threefold Refuge & Five Precepts Ceremony 三皈五戒

23-Feb-2020 – 23-Feb-2020

Precepts are basic guidelines of moral conduct to help a Buddhist cultivates positive conduct. Precepts are taken voluntarily and observing them helps one to develop mindfulness. As we cultivate awareness of our feelings and various mind-states, such mindfulness restrains us from committing unwho...

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Buddhist Etiquette Class 佛教礼仪

22-Feb-2020 – 22-Feb-2020

In this ever-changing society, we are responsible for ourselves and our actions. Hence, before we do anything, it is crucial that we consider them very carefully – will it be appropriate, or hurt others and even ourselves?

Learn more about Buddhist etiquette and how the Buddha’s teachings help u...

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Free Tuition for GCE “O” & “N” Level Students

01-Feb-2020 – 01-Oct-2020

Free tuition consists of dedicated volunteer tutors providing you with free weekly academic guidance in Elementary English, Mathematics, and Science (Physics and Chemistry).

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2020 初级梵呗班

15-Feb-2020 – 25-Apr-2020




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2020 English Buddhism Course

12-Feb-2020 – 29-Oct-2020

There is growing interest in Buddha’s teachings worldwide as Buddhism is seen as the way to end all suffering and attain happiness.

Sign up for the English Buddhism Course today and learn how to apply the Buddha’s teachings into your daily life. Cultivate invaluable qualities of wisdom, compassi...

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2020 普觉中文佛学课程

11-Feb-2020 – 21-Oct-2020


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a month ago
A fabulous place to see the architecture and colours were brilliant, we were on the round the island tour so we visited quite different places. This was nice to see
- Nick K
2 months ago
This is one of the biggest Mahayana Buddhist temple in Singapore and it has really huge space for parking. There's also a book shop selling all things Buddhist called the Awareness Place. A canteen that serves purely vegetarian food on special occasions too
- Elly G
3 weeks ago
One of the biggest Buddhist temple in Singapore. Nice architecture. Very tranquil place for meditation. There is a bodhi tree which traces its origin to the tree where Gautam Buddha got enlightenment.There is a canteen serving simple but tasty vegetarian food.
- Krishn K

About us

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. 

Founded in 1921, KMSPKS is one of the first traditional Chinese forest monasteries in Singapore. Today, the monastery sits on 75,470 square metres, equivalent to the size of almost 11 football fields, and is one of the most significant and renowned monasteries in Southeast Asia. 

Over the years, we have grown dynamically in our Dharma propagation, community involvement and religious harmony efforts. Today, we are a community of Buddhists who come together to learn, practise and share the teachings of the Buddha. 

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88 Bright Hill Rd
Singapore 574117

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Wed:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thu:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
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