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This is a really beautiful temple in a uniquely Burmese style; both in terms of architecture and statuary. It's only a short walk from MRT Novena, which gives you the opportunity to check out Novena RC Church, Loong Fatt's bakery, and the Dr Sun Yat...More
And wow, opposite is right.
The Burmese temple is very welcoming, with a steady trickle of local Burmese making merit and a random tourist making the most of the proximity with Sun Yay Sen's villa taking a photo.
If you go to the upper floors...More
This is a Burmese buddhist temple. There is a nice Buddha statue on the ground flooor and also another one on the second floor. There are some very intricate carvings and ornaments on the walls and ceiling.
The temple is rather peaceful and well maintained.
Visited there on a Saturday 22 July 2017. Although temple is located next to an expressway, it is quiet and has a calming effect inside the temple. There are 2 Buddhas within the temple, and a wall mural which shown how 1 Buddha make his...More
Didn't plan for this visit at all. Was smoking while waiting for my friend and realize that there is a temple there.
Was surprise that the Buddha was actually import from Myanmar many years back. The architecture is beauty. Looks like hand made.
Yesterday, at about 6pm visited Singapore Burmese Temple to pray for blessing. The temple is located at Tai Gin Road, off Balestier Road. Itwas quiet and calm, filled with many devotees. Noticed may Burmese gathered there for religious class. They sat infront of the Buddha...More
This is a phenomenal experience! First, it was our first Buddhist Temple. A shawl was provided to cover my shoulders. Leave your shoes outside. Bring yourself in a good frame of mind. The exterior is marvelous, but the inside is beyond words. Faithful move through...More
There are lots of temples in Singapore. This is the only Burmese Buddhist Temple here (from my best knowledge).
It's visible from the highway (PIE, Toa Payoh exit).
Serene, generally quiet (it's beside a highway so traffic noise is expected). This temple is beside Sun...More
Also known as Singapore Burmese Buddhist Temple. One and only Burmese Temple in Singapore. Temple is located off Balestier Road.
Visited this morning. There's many Burmese and local devotees gathered and made their offerings to Buddha in the temple.
Peaceful and quiet place.