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Address: Founded Since 1895 123, Jalan Berhala, Brickfields 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.   Kuala Lumpur
Tradition: Theravada, Sri Lankan
Phone: 603-22741141
Fax: 603-22732570
E-mail: bmvihara@mvihara.po.my
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Contact: Administrator, Buddhist Maha Vihara:  
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Regular programme:

Tuesday 7.30pm Chanting Class
Friday 1pm-2pm Friday Afternoon Service & Talk
Friday 7.30pm Chanting Friday 8pm Dhamma Talk
Sunday 9am Buddha Puja & Blessing follow by Dhamma Talk
Sunday 9am Dhamma Classes for children & Dhamma discussion for adults. Information provided by Ven. K. Dhammadinna Thera


Bandar Utama Buddhist Society (BUBS) - Uttama Bodhi Vihara

Address: No. 3, Jalan BU 3/1, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Malaysia.   Kuala Lumpur
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: +603-77106010/ 77106013
E-mail: bubsoc@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.bubsoc.org/
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Spiritual Director: Ven Saranankara Mahathero.  
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Regular Activities: Childrens Sunday Dhamma School; Sunday Puja and Dhamma Dicussion for Adults; Meditation Lessons; Fellowship and welfare activities.


Beow Hiang Lim Buddhist Temple Penang

Address: 503, Hill Railway Road   Air Itam Pulau Pinang 11500
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Cemetery of Buddhism
Phone: +6-04-8283320
Fax: +6-04-8283320
E-mail: admin@beowhianglim.net
Website: http://www.beowhianglim.net
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Notes and Events:

Ancestors of commemorative frames are allowed to be placed inside the temple with many Buddhist figures.  Free incenses are available for pious visitors with donation boxes that collect funds for various Buddhist-related festivals mixed with Chinese tradition.
[Note: Swinburne Buddhist Society (SBS) Australia presented voluntary directory input for selected Buddhist societies – from Reverent Kang Chuen Tat.


Bodhi Heart Sanctuary

Address: 677-G, Jalan Mt Erskine   Tanjung Tokong Pulau Pinang 10470
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 604-227 4702 / 6016-444 2216
Fax: 604-228 3329
E-mail: info@bodhihearts.net
Website: http://www.bodhihearts.net/index.asp
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  • Dana - every day. This offering of food to the Sangha (monks and nuns) are done daily - breakfast at 7.30am and lunch at 12.00noon. Members of the public are welcome to volunteer for the daily roster.
  • Dharma Study group - every Monday and conducted in English medium. We have our inhouse speaker, invited domestic speakers across Malaysia, and frequent international speakers across the world. We also have virtual speakers, thanks to Youtube, as they instruct and inform us of the rich faces of the Dharma. Our international speakers include many famous Sangha members including Pak Auk Sayadaw, Ajahn Sucitto, and Ajahn Jumnien, among others. 
  • Dharma Study group - every Saturday and conducted in Mandarin medium. We will begin this sometime in March based on a syllabus by a Vajrayana master.
  • Meditation Courses - every Wednesday morning, Thursday morning and Thursday evening. This is a structured and systematic approach towards meditation. It emphasis the balance of sound and applied knowledge in meditation. Conducted in English the Level 1 and Level 2 spans across 16 weeks with Level 3 for those who are keen practitioners.
  • Dharma Retreat. We have hosted many meditation retreat including those conducted by Ajahn Suthep, Ajahn Supachai, Sayalay Susila, Sayadaw Ottamasara, Ajahn Wimoak, Ajahn Jumnien, and Bhante Kumara, among others. Many Buddhist entities, especially Buddhist societies (from Universities), have also use our facilities to conduct their Dhamma Camps, Training Camps, and Development Camps.
  • Dedicated Prayers. We have weekly prayers from the various Traditions. Generally, the first week is from the Mahayana Sangha, followed by the second week from the Theravada Sangha and the Vajrayana will be sloted according to their calendar of prayers.
  • Puja. This are often conducted during festive seasons e.g., Chinese New Year, Cheng Beng and PhorThor (ancestral remembrance day for the Chinese). We also have special Vajrayana puja when they are visiting Lamas or when they use our facilities.
  • Novitiate Program. Other Buddhist entities have use our facilities for this purpose i.e., Malaysian Buddhist Meditation Center (on a day-visit and practise in December 2009) and Malaysian Buddhist Association (full program in December 2010). We will be organizing one in collaboration with Ven. Sakkaro in May 2011.
  • Tour to Buddhist Sites. We also organize such tours among our devotees and invited friends to Thailand, Burma, India, Sri Lanka, among others.
  • Kuti Facilities for Sangha. We have very beautiful kutis with lush green setting for Sangha members. These facilities are available for Sangha members who are conducting Dharma Dialogues and Meditation Sessions, or alternatively having their own private retreat or writing Dharma materials.
  • Others. Meanwhile, you can just drop by any time, weekdays to weekends, morning or evening, and bring along your newspaper, lunch bag, or camera and just find a cosy corner you wish to dwell on. Yes, no questions ask - not your religion, tradition or teacher. Yes, there is no registration nor advance notice, unless you wish to use our hall. Just feel free to drop by and enjoy the nature, peace and spirituality in the Sanctuary.

We have also host many welfare and wellness programs including:

  • Fitness and Wellness programs: Qigong (various teachers and techniques), Taichi and Yoga.
  • Healing programs: Pranic Healing, Qi Healing, Reiki Healing, and Traditional Chinese Medicine healing
  • Health educational talk
  • Visiting to Homes:


Buddhist Gem Fellowship (BGF)

Address: D-G-2, Block D Jalan PJU 1A/3K Taipan 1, Ara Damansara   Petaling Jaya Selangor 47301
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: +603-7734-7960
E-mail: info@bgf.org.my
Website: http://www.bgf.org.my
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Main Contact: Dolly Teoh (Publications)  Email  (Phone: +603-7734-7960)
Spiritual Director: The Late Ven Dr K Sri Dhammananda  Email  
Teacher: Ooi Cheng Im (Secretary  Email  
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WHO IS BUDDHIST GEM FELLOWSHIP(BGF)?

Buddhist Gem Fellowship or commonly known as BGF started in 1980’s to promote the growth of Buddhism and create a better world for all beings. We started as a “Graduate Fellowship” but change the name to “Gem” to look into growing needs of our community.

WHAT IS BGF’S HISTORY & BACKGROUND?

Every year thousands of young Buddhists graduate from universities and colleges, but their talents go untapped. This was a big loss to the Buddhist community. Without new ideas and involvement from graduates, Buddhist societies could only run routine activities that attract a small crowd.

BGF was formed to redress this problem back then. Its purpose was to gather young graduates as well as working professionals for spiritual friendship and enhance their knowledge and skills for Dhamma work. Since then, BGF has grown from strength to strength and embraces all various groups. Our roots are in the Pali Tradition and we are non-sectarian in our approach.

 WHERE WE STARTED?

We started in a single storey house in Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya and moved 6 times. Our former location for 14 years was in Section 17, Petaling Jaya (bordering SS2). We have moved for the 7th time to our new permanent home, BGF @ Ara Damansara since Wesak 2014. Come visit us!

WHAT IS BGF MOTTO, MISSION AND ACTIVITIES?

BGF plays a pivotal role to bring about the "Transformation of the Malaysian Buddhist community". Our motto is “Growing People, Inspiring the Future”. For over a quarter century, BGF has been nurturing Buddhist leaders. It organizes many programs with impact on Buddhist communities within the country as well as internationally. BGF also organizes camps for undergraduates, trains leaders to speak effectively in public, runs courses on counselling skills, and conducts training courses for Dhamma speakers. It runs weekly meditation sessions and organizes talks and public forums by local and international Dhamma speakers. Its innovative programs and approaches are adopted by other groups within as well as outside the country. Many of its early members had pioneered the formation of other Buddhist societies in the country.

HOW DOES BGF INTEND TO “TRANSFORM THE MALAYSIAN BUDDHIST COMMUNITY”?

We plan to transform the Malaysian Buddhist community through our "Eight Areas of Focus".

WHAT ARE BGF’S EIGHT (8) AREAS OF FOCUS?

We focus on eight core areas of activities that will paved the way for the transformation of the Malaysian Buddhist community. They are:

i) Buddhist Education

ii) Counselling Services

iii) Creative & Performing Arts

iv) Dhamma Propagation

v) Research and Publication

vi) Spiritual Development

vii) Training & Leadership

viii) Youth Development


Buddhist Hermitage Lunas

Address: Lot 297, Kampung Seberang Sungai 09600 Lunas, Kedah Darulaman, Malaysia.  Kedah
Tradition: Theravada, Mahasi Sayadaw
E-mail: budherm@tm.net.my
Website: http://www.buddhisthermitagelunas.org/
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Notes and Events:

Vipassana Meditation Retreats in the Mahasi Sayadaw tradition.


Buddhist Student Society, University Science Malaysia USM

Address: University Science Malaysia - Office of Student Representative Council, University Scence Malaysia Buddhist Society, Building E42, Mahasiswa Centre, University Science Malaysia   Minden of Penang 11800
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: University Buddhist Student Group
Phone: +6-04-6533888 ext 3497 / 99
Fax: +6-04-6581745
E-mail: chuentat@hotmail.com
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Notes and Events:

Chinese Buddhist program will be typically presented among university college Buddhist students.  This will be part of the effort to establish standard Buddhist studies as a part of elective college subject in future.  More mature young students will lead the members helping and servicing for those in need to the society as a part of leadership training program.


Buddhist Student Society, University Technology Malaysia (PMBUTM)

Address: University Technology Malaysia, HEP, UTM Skudai   Johore Johor 81310
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: University Buddhist Group
Phone: +6-07-5530262 (HEP)
E-mail: pmbutmjb-owner@yahoogroups.com
Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pmbutmjb/
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Notes and Events:

Chinese Buddhist program will be typically presented among university college Buddhist students.  This will be part of the effort to establish standard Buddhist studies as a part of elective college subject in future.  More mature young students will lead the members helping and servicing for those in need to the society as a part of leadership training program.

Note : Swinburne Buddhist Society (SBS) Australia presented voluntary directory input for selected Buddhist societies in Malaysian universities – from Reverent Kang Chuen Tat (chuentat@hotmail.com) ]


Buddhist Triple Wisdom Hall

Address: 5, Pangkor Road  Penang Pulau Pinang 10050
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Chinese Temple
Phone: +6-04-2264975/2269384
Fax: +6-04-2265489
E-mail: wisdom@pc.jaring.my
Website: http://www.triplewisdom.org
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Notes and Events:

Buddhist statues are available in the middle of the hall that open for chanting, praying and dharma talk especially during the first and fifteen day of the Chinese Lunar calendar.  Buddhist books and cassettes sometimes available for free donated by members.  Library and reading spaces are ready for study.

[Note : Swinburne Buddhist Society (SBS) Australia presented voluntary directory input for selected Buddhist societies in Malaysian – from Reverent Kang Chuen Tat].


Buddhist Wisdom Centre

Address: No 36 Jalan SS22/27 Damansara Jaya, Selangor   Selangor
Tradition: Theravada
Website: http://www.quantrum.com.my/bwc/
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Spiritual Advisor: Ven. Sujiva Liew  
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Meditation Sessions

• Saturday and Sunday from 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm - individual practice.

•  Publisher of the "Vipassna Tribune" a journal on Vipassana meditation. There is a section on "Yogi News" where you can post your information on retreats, teachings, etc.


Compassion Buddhist Meditation Society

Address: 49 Jalan Chengai, Melodies Garden   Johor Bahru Johor 80250
Tradition: Mahayana, The New Kadampa Tradition
Affiliation: NKT - IKBU
Phone: 607 334 1106
E-mail: info@meditateinjb.org
Website: http://www.meditateinjb.org
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Teacher: Gen-la Kelsang Khyenrab  
Contact: Gen-la Kelsang Khyenrab  
Spiritual Director: Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche  
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Compassion Kadampa Buddhist Centre is founded by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso founder of The New Kadampa Tradition – International Kadampa Buddhist Union (NKT-IKBU), an international association of Mahayana Buddhist study and meditation centres. Weekly drop-in meditation classes take place most weeks; meditation classes for everybody.

We are located ten minutes north of Johor Bahru city centre. We are a non-profit organisation. Our aim is to help anyone experience practical solutions to the problems of daily life through Buddhist meditations and ideas.

Everybody is welcome!


Drukpa Maha Yoga Ling Buddhist Center

Address: 196, Jalan Midah Besar, Taman Midah, 56000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.   Kuala Lumpur
Tradition: Vajrayana, Drukpa Kargyud
Phone: Tel: (603) 931 6333, Fax: (603) 985 4213
E-mail: dmyl@maxis.net.my
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The Drukpa Kargyud lineage originated in the 11th century A.D. as a subdivision of the Kagyud tradition. The unique teachings transmitted through the Kagyud realization lineage are distinguished as the "Six Yogas of Naropa" and the oral pith-instructions of Mahamudra. Supplementing these teachings, the Drukpa Kargyud school also offers special meditative instructions known as "The Six Equal Tastes" and "The Seven Auspicious Teachings". The lineage descends directly through the enlightened masters -- Tilopa, Naropa, Marpa, Milarepa, Gampopa, Phagmo Drupa and Lingchen Repa. Lingchen Repa Pema Dorje, famed as the Saraha (a revered tantric sage) of Tibet popular for his psychic power, was the spiritual teacher and guide of the 1st Gyalwang Drukpa, Tsangpa Gyare Yeshe Dorje. The Gyalwang Drukpas are revered primarily as incarnate embodiments of Arya Avalokiteshvara (i.e. Chenrezig in Tibetan or Kuan Yin in Chinese) and Mahasiddha Naropa. The present Gyalwang Drukpa, Jigme Pema Wangchen, is the recognized 12th incarnation.


Gotami Vihara (dedicated Theravada Nuns centre )

Address: K37-C, Jalan TK 1/11A, Taman Kinrara, 47180 Puchong, Selangor  
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Support Network for Women Renunciants in Malaysia and Singapore (SNFWREMS
E-mail: gotamikl@gmail.com
Website: http://snfwrenms.wordpress.com/2012/03/05/opening-of-gotami-vihara-in-malaysia/
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Notes and Events:

The Vihara will be for both local and visiting nuns to stay either on a short term or longer term basis.

Gotami Vihara is the first dedicated Theravada Nuns centre in Malaysia.


Hui Yin She

Address: 700H, Jalan Lintang, Air Itam  Penang Pulau Pinang 11500
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Community Social Service
Phone: +6-04-8295198
E-mail: jhhoe2005@gmail.com, limthunghin@gmail.com
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Notes and Events:

Community members particularly from junior high school students will be encouraged to learn Buddhist subjects that could be entertained with various quizzes, competition and games for social welfare activities.  Caring among members would be encouraged assisting each other triumph in future career.  Alumni link among committee will help to update each other and further encourage further studies towards professionalism based on noble ethic of Buddhism


IMM MUSIC

Address: 18-2, Jalan Medan Putra 4, Medan Putra Business Centre, Bandar Sri Menjalara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.   Kuala Lumpur
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: +603 6277 9448
Fax: +603 6272 9830
E-mail: info@immmusic.com
Website: http://www.immmusic.com/en/
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Spiritual Director: Sis Imee Ooi  
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 Our Mission 

  • Spreading The Dharma through music and performing arts
  • Serving through a comprehensive professional Buddhist music performing arts company
  • Providing high standard Buddhist music and performance production
  • Cultivating a new generation in Buddhist music and performing arts
  • Continuing a righteous livelihood that adheres to The Dharma
  • Contributing to a better and more beautiful world

Imee Ooi

Malaysian music producer, composer, arranger and vocalist. Founder of IMM Musicworks in 1997, Imee Ooi has now released more than 50 albums of her own, and has produced countless musical works for Buddhist societies and organizations around the world. 

A devout Buddhist, Imee’s serenely pure voice and unique sense of musical arrangements has established her own genre, spreading the sounds of Dharma through Sutras, Mantras, and free composition that has transcended religious barriers and touched different cultures and age groups. Besides Asia,her music has also travelled to Europe and Russia, US and Canada, Australia and Africa, soothing and touching many hearts. 

Imee’s works have also been regarded as a significant milestone in the development of Buddhist music. With a wide range of composition sung in seven different languages, “The Chant of Metta”, “ Om Mani Padme Hum”, “The Great Compassion Mantra” , “ The Prajna Paramita Hrdaya Sutra ” are among some of Imee’s  most praised works. The composer and musical director of the musicals “Siddhartha”, “Above Full Moon- Master Hong Yi’s Biography ”, “Jewel of Tibet- Princess Wen Cheng ” and “ The Perfect Circle”.  To spread The Dharma through music has become the life destiny of Imee Ooi. 

Chai Yu

Malaysian music producer, composer, vocalist and sound engineer, Chai Yu joined I.M.M.Musicworks in 2005 and has since became Imee Ooi's best musical partner. Vegetarian and a devout Dharma practitioner, Chai Yu’s bright yet solemn vocal is widely appreciated by many. His compositions such as “ The Mantra of Guru Rinpoche”, “Ksitigarbha”, “ Bhaisajya Guru”, and “Pureland Dharani” add colour and variety to the I.M.M. music collection. Chai Yu aspires to spread the Dharma through his effort in music by delivering a message of harmony and integrity to his listeners. Chai Yu holds dear the wish for all beings to be enlightened.

Musical Works

  • IMM MUSIC Catalog 50 albums
  • Taiwan Wind Music Distribution Imee Ooi Series since 2003
  • Korea Contents Inc. Distribution Imee Ooi Series/Contents Korea Inc.
  • Australia Blue Angel Distribution Blue Angel/Imee Ooi Music For The Heart and Soul
  • South America Argentina The Chant Of Metta Distribution/ Spanish Version
  • HH Dalai Lama Sermon in USA by Land of Medicine Buddha 2001
  • BLIA Youth Conference Theme Songs
  • Sound Of The Human World –The Morning Prayer
  • Master Hsin Yun Buddhist Hymns compilation 1 and 2
  • Music Director of Master Hsin Yun Stadium Sermon Malaysia2012《 
  •  Various Albums by Reverend Xin Pei Taiwan
  • FGS Buddha Memorial Kao Shiong Opening Ceremony Animation Music- The Buddha
  • Numerous albums for FGS Publications since 2000
  • Song of poem by Master Sheng Yan Dharma Drum Taiwan
  • HH The 17th  Karmapa  song“ World Aspiration” 
  •  Taiwan Life TV Rev. Chuan Xi Chanting Series
  • Hong Kong Rev. Dhammapala Pali Chanting –Producer/Music arranger
  • Dong Lin Monastery China- Hymns of PurelandAlbum
  • Dong Lin Monastery China- Amitabha Chanting
  • Dong Lin Monastery China-Praises of  the Ancients Master album
  • Stories of the Buddhas and Boddhisattvas album –China Jiang Xi
  • Hymns of the Pureland  Concert with Shenzhen Orchestra  and choir- Hui Zhou China
  • Pass It On Children Buddhist Songs Pass It On Children Buddhist Songs
  • TASHI Children Buddhist Song series
  • Sonan Rinpoche chanting of Guru Rinpoche and Medicine Buddha Mantra album
  • The Stories of Buddhas and Bodhisattvas
  •  Chiyu- Heart Sutra/ Seri Devi Dharani
  •  Composer/ Music Arranger/ Music Director of: Siddhartha The Musical, Princess Wen Cheng The Musical, Above Full Moon The Musical, The Perfect Circle The Musical, Kita The Musical World Tour .
  • Music Director of 50th Malaysia Merdeka Mega Show in KL Bukit Jalil Stadium.
  • Producer, director of Blessing Bell Buddhist Count Down concert
  • Hannya Shingyo- Japanese Heart Sutra – theme song for movie
  • Soundtrack for Japan Gaia Symphony
  • The Perfect Japan (Anti Nuclear Campaign) Theme Song Kanpekina Nihon
  • And numerous songs and music production for Buddhist monasteries and organizations since 1995 

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Add: 18-2, Jalan Medan Putra 4, Medan Putra Business Centre, Bandar Sri Menjalara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Email Address: info@immmusic.com

Tel: +603 6277 9448

Fax: +603 6272 9830


Karma Kagyu Dharma Society

Address: No 2, Loring Jubilee, off Jalan Loke Yew MY-55200   Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Karma Kagu
Affiliation: Karma Kagyu
Phone: +603 9222 1540
Fax: +603 9221 9810
E-mail: kkdstdkl@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.kagyu-asia.com/kl/
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Teacher: Lama Skarma Zotpa  
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Weekly Activities
DayTimeActivity
Wednesday8-10pmChenrezig Sadhana and first foundation practice (Refuge and prostrations)
Friday8-10pmFirst (Refuge and prostrations) and second foundation practices (Vajrasattva purification)
Sunday 10-12amGreen Tara puja

Monthly Activities
DayTimeActivity
1st day of lunar month8-10pmAmitabha puja
10th day of lunar month8-10pmGuru Rinpoche puja
15th day of lunar month8-10pmLineage master Milarepa Tsog puja
29th day of lunar month8-10pmDharma Protector Mahakala puja
Every month 3rd Sunday10-12amSodjong - Observing 8 precepts


Kek Lok Si Temple (Temple of Supreme Bliss)

Address: Air Itam Kampong Sungai Keluang 10450 Malaysia   K.L. Kuala Lumpur
Tradition: Mahayana, Chinese Pureland
Phone: +60 4 828 3317
Website: http://asiaforvisitors.com/malaysia/peninsula/penang/kekloksi/index.html
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Notes and Events:

The sprawling Buddhist temple of Kek Lok Si climbs up a hillside near the village of Air Itam, now really a suburb of Georgetown. The temple was begun in 1890 and, from all appearances, construction really has not ever stopped. The temple is supposedly the largest in Malaysia

Reputedly the largest Buddhist temple in Southeast Asia is situated close to the bustling Air Hitam market. The temples enclave includes a prominent statue of the Goddess Kuan Yin. The main hall has colorful souvenir shops. A shrine filled with statues sits next to the courtyard where a large pond full of carp and the tortoises are main attractions. From the courtyard a stairway leads to the seven storey pagoda of 10,000 Buddha images, displaying the essence of an eclectic mix of Chinese, Thai and Burmese architecture.


Kemaman Buddhist Association

Address: 5378, Taman Idaman, Jalan Jakar 24000 Kemaman, Terengganu, Malaysia  Terengganu
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 09-8594085, 09-8593737
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Main Contact: Ms Tan and Mr Ang  
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Our Buddhist organization has a kindergarten that caters to the needs of preschooling children of all religious backgrounds, we have weekend Buddhist classes for youths.


Maha Bodhi Research Institute of Malaysia

Address: 161 - 162 Jalan S2-E8 Garden Homes Seremban Two Seremban   Negeri Sembilan 70300
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Under the Grand Zen Master Xu Yun Ch\\'an Order House Lineage 虚云老和尚 as the 45th Generation Lineage Dhamma Heir of the Linji Ch\\'an House 臨
Phone: +60-16-6267726
E-mail: s2MahaBodhi@gmail.com
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Spiritual Director: Zen Master Hui Xin 大觉慧信  Email  (Phone: +60-16-6267726)
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馬來西亞 摩訶菩提研究所

Maha Bodhi Research Institute of Malaysia

Since the opening of Maha Bodhi Vihara Malaysia 马来西亚 芙蓉山 大覺禪寺 in 2008, The Vihara has enthusiastically been sharing and disseminating Buddhism. This is done by reinforcing the teaching, the understanding, and the profound practice of Buddhist ethics, meditation and wisdom in the contemporary world.

Maha Bodhi Vihara Malaysia’s main objectives and mission motto:

The Vihara is founded by Zen Master Pannasaddha (大觉慧信) which tonsured & ordained by Grand Master Hsing Yun 星云大师.

Later Venerable received the Chan House Lineage Transmission under the Grand Zen Master Xu Yun Chan Order House Lineage 虚云老和尚 as the 45th Generation Lineage Dhamma Heir of the Linji Chan House 臨濟宗 第四十五世 Transmitted by 第四十四世 本昭意昭禅师 as 慧信常圓禅师 & The 11th Generation Lineage Dhamma Heir of the Fa Yan Ch\\\'an House 法眼宗 第十一世 Transmitted by 第十世 寂照灵意禅师 as 慧信體泰禅师 & The 11th Generation Lineage Dhamma Heir of the Wei Yang Ch\\\'an House 潙仰宗第十一世 Transmitted by 第十世 衍心一诚禅师 as 慧信道请禅师. Venerable also graduated from Fo Guang Shan Tsung Lin University Taiwan ROC in Mahayana and Monastic Studies and Theravada Buddhist & Monastic Studies in International Theravada Buddhist Missionary University Myanmar and University of Kelaniya Sri Lanka.

The Maha Bodhi Vihara. The Malaysia Maha Bodhi Research Institute 馬來西亞 摩訶菩提研究所 aims to be a remarkable Buddhist institution of modern learning that combines the best features of Asian cultures in a modern contemporary setting. It is open to students from Malaysia and countries worldwide exclusively free of charge.

Maha Bodhi Research Institute will be based on a humanistic multi-Buddhist cultural orientation and multi-faceted objectives of education through theory and practice. The Institute will start with a range of philosophical and practical studies. It is designed to achieve an integration of all Buddhist tradition perspectives of humanities in theory and practical approach as an Art of Living.

Students will be expected not merely to acquire knowledge and skills, but to develop a good personality founded on traditional virtues. The hope is that they can embark on a bright career, and live a spiritually rich and peaceful life. Creativity, adaptability and leadership will be fostered to enable students to become active and useful members of society.


Mahasatipatthana Center, Malaysia

Address:   Kuala Lumpur
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 60163237342
E-mail: contact@mahasatipatthana.org
Website: http://www.mahasatipatthana.org
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Main Contact: Silena Shymiin  Email  (Phone: 60163237342)
Teacher: Bro James Ong  
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Regular Activities:

Mindfulness Meditation Course for Beginners throughout the year
Regular (intermediate) Meditation Classes 
 
Dhamma Talks are also available from our Online Library:  http://www.mahasatipatthana.org/library.html
 
Meditation class at Buddhist Maha Vihara, Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur every Wednesdays from 7.30 PM to 9.30 PM; and at Sri Lanka Buddhist Temple, Kuala Lumpur every Sunday from 3.00 PM - 5.00 PM.  For location map: http://www.mahasatipatthana.org/activities.html


Mahindarama Buddhist Temple

Address: 2, Kampar Road, 10460  Pulau Penang, Malaysia.  Pulau Pinang
Tradition: Theravada, Sri Lankan
Phone: (604) 282 5944
E-mail: mahindar@poboxes.com
Website: http://www.mahindarama.com
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Notes and Events:

Regular Programme: 

• Every Sunday - 9.30am Morning Service, 10am to 12noon Buddha-Dhamma Classes conducted by Mahindarama Pali School, 12.30 Chanting in Pali, 7.30pm Metta Bhavana (Meditation Class)

• Every 1st and 5th Days of Chinese Moon - 7am Observance of Precepts, 11 to 11.30 am Offerings to the Buddha and Sangha, 2 pm Dhamma Sermon, 7.45 pm Bodhi Puja, 8 pm Buddha Puja, 8.30 pm Blessing Service, 8.30 pm Chanting of Parittas.

• Every 8th and 23rd Days of Chinese Moon - 7.30 am Observance of Precepts, 11am Offering to the Buddha, 11.30 am Offering to the Sangha, 2.30 pm Lecture on Buddhism.

• AMATA - free medical and Diabetic Centre. This medical centre is opened to all on Sundays from 10.30 am till 12.30 pm. There are six doctors and eleven pharmacists/nurses serving the centre voluntarily.


Malaysian Buddhist Meditation Centre (MBMC)

Address: 355 Jalan Mesjid Negeri, Penang, 11600, Malaysia.  Pulau Pinang
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: (604) 2822534
Website: http://www.penang-traveltips.com/malaysian-buddhist-meditation-centre.htm
Find on:
Main Contact: Mr. Tan Ah Huat (Hon. Secretary)  
Notes and Events:

Meditation System: Vipassana (Insight) in the Mahasi Sayadaw tradition.


Manjushri Kadampa Centre - Kuala Lumpur

Address: 33A-2, Block C, Zenith Corporate Park, Jalan SS7/26, Kelana Jaya, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.   Petaling Jaya Selangor 47400
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, New Kadampa
Affiliation: NKT-IKBU
E-mail: info@meditateinkl.org
Website: http://www.meditateinkl.org
Find on:
Contact: Lai Chee Kin  (Phone: +60123058890)
Spiritual Director: Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche  
Teacher: Gen Kelsang Yangdak  
Notes and Events:

We offer two programmes:

(1) The General Programme - introduces basic Buddhist view, meditation and action, along with various other teachings and practices. The GP is an ideal starting point for those interested to find out more about Buddhism and meditation. The classes are open to everyone.

(2) The Foundation Programme - a structured study programme that provides a systematic presentation of particular subjects of Mahayana Buddhism to enable practitioners to deepen their knowledge and experience of Buddhism. Students must enroll for the FP.

From time to time, we also organize day courses, weekend courses and short retreats.


Meh Liew Buddhist Temple

Address: 29 Kampong Siam off Jalan Pahang  Pahang
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
E-mail: mdealwis@mail.asiandevbank.org
Find on:
Main Contact: Mr. Maurice A. de Alwis  
Notes and Events:

The temple offers meditation classes during weekends.


Metta Hermitage

Address: No.1 Jalan Angkasa  Batu Arang Selangor 48100
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, A place for meditation, Batu Arang, Malaysia
Phone: +6019-2379244
E-mail: lingamroshi@yahoo.com
Website: http://mettahermitage.webs.com
Find on:
Spiritual Director: Roshi Lingam  Email  (Phone: +6019-2379244)
Notes and Events:

Regular Meditation Sessions guided by Roshi Lingam

Day and time: Every Monday, Wednesday & Saturday evenings, 8.00 pm
Venue: Siddhartha Meditation Hall, Metta Hermitage, Batu Arang, Selangor, Malaysia.


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