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Norbu Choling Centre

Address: No 24 lor 29 geylang #05-00 Leow Sih Association building Singapore 388073  
Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelug
Phone: 65 67476650
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Spiritual Director: Ven Geshe Dorje Tenzin  
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Norbu Choling Center (NCC) is a Singapore based non-profit organization committed to servicing humanity by providing opportunities to serve, learn and practice from the monks and traditional lineage masters from the 1,013 year old Key Monastery in Spiti, Himalayas India.

NCC is pleased to create a connection to our kind teachers video teachings, gift of prayers and an insight to Spiti to the world via cyberspace. May the Buddha bless all of us to understand dharma better, lead happy, prosperous and meaningful lives. May we produce peaceful and kind actions to benefit all beings and our Mother Earth.


Norbu Choling Dharma Center was set up in 2007. We are supported by committee members and volunteers under the kind guidance of Venerable Geshe Dorje Tenzin and a team of visiting monks from the Key Monastery.

Quote: "Gaden Lhagyama is considered to be a blessing because Je Tsongkhapa in reality came to this first practitioner and blessed this practitioner and the practitioner did the seven limbs practice during that period and then he wrote this (the text) down and so the text becomes very powerful..." From Lochen Tulku Rinpoches Teaching: How to practice Gaden Lhagyama.

Oriental Radio Practise Centre

Address: 95 tanjong pagar 3rd floor Singapore 088516  
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 612-92832758
Fax: 61280052791
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Spiritual Director: Richard Lu Jun Hong  
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Recommendations for Daily Recitation

1.3.1 Standard Daily Recitation
“May the Great Merciful and Great Compassionate Guan Yin Bodhisattva protect and bless me, , grant me good health, safety and good fortune.”
Every day, recite the Great Compassion Mantra (Ta Pei Chou) 7 times, the Heart Sutra (Hsin Ching) 7 times, the Eighty-eight Buddhas Great Repentance (Li Fo Ta Chan Hui Wen) 3 to 7 times, and the Cundi Dharani (Chun Ti Shen Chou) 21 times.
Prayers for specific situations
1. Praying for success in career, business or interviews:
Recite the Great Compassion Mantra (Ta Pei Chou) 7 to 21 times, the Heart Sutra (Hsin Ching) 7 times, the Eighty-eight Buddhas Great Repentance (Li Fo Ta Chan Hui Wen) 1 to 3 times, Cundi Dharani (Chun Ti Shen Chou) 21, 49 or 108 times.
2. Praying for transforming and resolving negative karmic ties:
“May the Great Merciful and Great Compassionate Guan Yin Bodhisattva protect and bless me, , help me to untie my negative karmic knots with , and to transform and resolve our conflicts.”
Recite the Great Compassion Mantra (Ta Pei Chou) 7 times, the Heart Sutra (Hsin Ching) 7, 9, 11, 21, 27 or 49 times each for yourself and the other party, the Eighty-eight Buddhas Great Repentance (Li Fo Ta Chan Hui Wen) 3 to 7 times, and the Mantra to Untie Karmic Knots (Chieh Chieh Chou) 21, 27, 49 or 108 times. In addition, you should recite at least 3 Little Houses (Hsiao Fang Tzu) per week, together with making Great Vows and performing Life Liberations. The above would help to transform and resolve the negative karmic ties between the two parties as soon as possible.
1.3.2 Daily Recitation for elders
“May the Great Merciful and Great Compassionate Guan Yin Bodhisattva protect and bless me, , grant me good health, eliminate calamities and extend my life.”
Recite the Great Compassion Mantra (Ta Pei Chou) 21 to 49 times, the Heart Sutra (Hsin Ching) 7 times, the Eighty-eight Buddhas Great Repentance (Li Fo Ta Chan Hui Wen) 3 to 7 times, and the Arya Amitayur Niyama Prabharaja Dharani (Sheng Wu Liang Shou Chueh Ting Kuang Ming Wang To Lo Ni) 49 times.
1.3.3 Daily Recitation for people with severe illness
Recite the Great Compassion Mantra (Ta Pei Chou) 49 times, and you can say the following prayer, “May the Great Merciful and Great Compassionate Guan Yin Bodhisattva protect and bless me, , please cure my illness on .” (If the illness is related to a mental disorder, the recitation of the Great Compassion Mantra (Ta Pei Chou) can be reduced to less than 21 times per day).
The Heart Sutra (Hsin Ching) 7 times (If the illness is related to a mental disorder, the recitation of the Heart Sutra (Hsin Ching) should be more than 21 times per day), and say the following prayer, “May the Great Merciful and Great Compassionate Guan Yin Bodhisattva protect and bless me, , grant me wisdom.”
The Eighty-eight Buddhas Great Repentance (Li Fo Ta Chan Hui Wen) 3 to 7 times, and say the following prayer, “May the Great Merciful and Great Compassionate Guan Yin Bodhisattva protect and bless me, , help me to repent and eliminate karmic obstacles due to negative karmas (or karmic obstacles on parts of the body), and cure the illness on .”
If your family or ancestors have committed killings, or you have committed major killings in your present life, you should also include the Amitabha Pure Land Rebirth Mantra (Wang Sheng Chou) 49 or 108 times and transfer merits to the minor foreign spirits whose death have been caused by you.
If you have had an abortion or miscarriage in the past, then you should also perform the transferring of merits for the child that was aborted or miscarried so that the child can proceed to a better place. For each child, you should recite at least 7 to 21 Little Houses, and address them to the “The child of ”. Generally you should write the full name of the mother. If you do not know the full name of the mother, then you can write the full name of the father.
Recite at least 3 Little Houses per week, and address them to the “Karmic Creditor of ”.
At the same time, you should also perform Life Liberation in large quantities, and make Grand Vows.

Pa-Auk Meditation Centre (Singapore)

Address: 15 Teo Kim Eng Road Singapore 416385  
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 65) 6611 9242
Fax: (65) 6611 9242
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Spiritual Director: Ven Pa Auk Sayadaw  
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Pa-Auk Meditation Centre (\'PAMC), established as a direct lineage of the Pa-Auk Forest Monastery (Pa-Auk), Mawlamyine, Myanmar, received the strong endorsement and support of The Most Venerable Pa-Auk Tawya Sayadaw Bhaddanta Ᾱciṇṇa (the Sayadaw), the Abbot of Pa-Auk.  PAMC is dedicated to the Sangha of Pa-Auk (the Sangha\\) as led by the Sayadaw, and draws its spiritual direction from the Sayadaw.

PAMC was registered in Singapore on 20 August 2007, and its registration was gazetted in the Singapore Government Gazette Notification No. 2555 dated 22 August 2007. 


PAMC serves to promote the learning and practice of Samatha and Vipassanā meditation, based on the teachings of Lord Gotama Buddha, as taught by the Sayadaw at Pa-Auk.

PAMC\\\'s principal activities include the following:

  • providing a conducive venue for the learning and practice of meditation under the guidance of resident teacher(s)
  • organizing  regular meditation retreats, courses and Dhamma talks (based on the Tipiṭaka, the Pāli Texts and the Commentaries),  taught by teachers authorized by the Sayadaw (and/or the Sangha)
  • publishing of Dhanmma books and CDs of Dhamma talks approved by Pa-Auk. 


 Our vision is to establish a meditation retreat centre with an environment that encourages the observance of the Vinaya and precepts, and conducive for the long-term practice by both monastics and lay meditators. The retreat centre is envisaged to have separate facilities for male and female meditators, including separate meditation halls and residential facilities, providing a certain degree of solitude and minimum distraction.

Our longer term vision is to have a Sangha residing in Singapore, forming part of the larger Pa-Auk Sangha, so that the Sadhamma (true teachings of the Buddha) can be taught and practised, can take root, develop and sustain, and will flourish in Singapore and beyond, for the welfare and happiness of all. 


PAMCs Logo, comprising the Asoka Lion Pillars topped by the Wheel of Dhamma, is similar to that of Pa-Auk. The Logo encompasses the following key features  :   

  • It symbolizes PAMCs lineage of Pa-Auk Forest Monastery 
  • Lion  is representative of the Buddha in many ways; Lion also symbolizes Singapore, the Lion City
  • The words Sīla (morality), Samādhi (Concentration), Paññā (Wisdom) as inscribed on the Wheel of Dhamma, represent the undertaking of Threefold Training (of the Noble Eightfold Path) that will systematically purify ones body, speech and mind (of defilements)  in order to realize Nibbana, a state of supreme peace and happiness  

The Logo hence depicts PAMCs direct lineage to Pa-Auk, and its aspiration  to be the place where :

  • The true teachings of the Buddha (the Sadhamma) are taught, and the Wheel of Dhamma turns,
  • The Threefold Training is undertaken and practised, can take root, developed and  sustained, will flourish in Singapore and beyond, for the welfare  and happiness of all.

Padma Wodling Dharma Centre

Address: 6B 3rd floor Lor 7 Geylang Singapore 388790  
Tradition: Vajrayana, Palyul Nyingma
Phone: 98139462
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Spiritual Director: HH Pennor Rinpoche  
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Our Centre

The literal meaning of "Padma" is Lotus. "Wodling" means pureland of Guru Rinpoche. Through Guru Rinpoche\'s vajrayana teachings, this centre hopes to propagate the Dharma to all corners of the Universe, and is dedicated to the Palyul tradition of Nyingma Tibetan Buddhism. The centre is set-up to fulfil the late Holiness Penor Norbu Rinpoches wishes to spread the Dharma far and wide.

Our aspiration is to nurture and strengthen our community by studying, practicing, and living the Dharma, and helping the greater community through acts of service and by sharing the Dharma with all who are interested.

Peoples Buddhism Study Society

Address: No 12 Lor 24A Geylang Singapore 398536  
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 65 67469532
Fax: 65 674501796
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Spiritual Director: Ven Shi Guo Hui  
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大众学佛研究会成立于1982年,学会宗旨以弘扬佛教教育与正 确修行法门为已任。并致力于推广佛教文化与社会福利事业。遵 循与仿效佛陀的精神,以戒为师,不分教派,不论是顕密或南北 传承,只要是正信的思想理论与修行法门,遵循佛戒,我们皆尽 力奉扬,学習与教导。 大众学佛研究会成立至今已超过30周年,犹如一个欲大展宏图 之有为青年,需要有一个更好的活动场所,以发挥它的潜能。凭 着过去30年主办过各类弘法活动的经验,我们的日常弘法也日 益壮大,会员与学员人数不断增加,但现有的场地不敷应用。常 局限了我们活动的规模和参加人数。
经过六、七年的反复研讨与慎重考量,理事会决定耗资400多万, 在现址重建一所七层楼之大厦,工程预计在今年初正式动工重 建,工程料在2014年完成。大厦作为将来之弘法栋梁与挑战基 点,整栋建筑之室内总面积约12,000方尺,若加上天台与底层, 则约有18,000方尺。这对我们将来无论主办佛学院课程、佛理讲 座、佛学进修营、禅修营、中英儿童与青少年学习班、中华书法 班、佛教社会辅导中心,瑜伽健身班与养身静坐与太极班,将会 有很多的发展空间。
• 第一层(底层)- 厨房、饭厅与停车场
第二、三与四楼- 大佛殿(两层延至三层高度)
• 第四楼 – 会客室、行政室、会议室
• 第五楼 – 课室
• 第六楼 – 课室、图书馆
• 第七楼 – 静修室与僧房
• 天台 – 户外活动

No.12 Lorong 24A Geylang, Singapore 398536
电话 : 6746 9352

Poh Ming Tse Temple

Address: 438 Dunearn road Singapore 289613  
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 65 64660785
Fax: 64670810
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Qing Hui  
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Poh Ming Tse Temple (PMT) reflects the contemporary modern Singapore while retaining our Chinese Mahayana roots. The bamboo decalcomania depicted on the screen wall is inspired by the serenity of the traditional Chinese rice paper painting, signifying peace and tranquillity that PMT offers to urban dwellers.

Regular Activities & Classes

Our vision is to be a non-sectarian platform to support all teachings of the Buddha.

 Our mission is to provide a conducive Dharma learning environment through our regular and quality Dharma programs. 

In 2006, the management of PMT decided to focus on the propagation of Buddhism in modern Singapore. Thus PMT went through a second round of rebuilding. Finally, in July 2009, a new three-storey building with modern facilities was completed on the site of the old temple to serve the Buddhist community in Singapore.

Puat Jit Buddhist Temple

Address: 61 Anchorvale Link Singapore 545073  
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 65 64817157
Fax: 64890094
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回顾般若念佛堂过去五十多年的历史 , 可以追溯到上世纪 50 年代初,当时住在偏僻的罗弄万国的居民及附近的住院病人有心修学佛法,希望在该区能有一间供礼佛、诵经的佛庙,于是自发组织起来,在旧板桥医院近邻搭建一间简陋的锌板屋,设置佛坛,供奉佛像。每逢初一、十五及佛诞佳节,聚众诵经礼佛,从此香火日益旺盛。由于地方简陋狭小,在信众与日俱增的情况下,地方显得越来越不够用.

Ranjung Yeshe Oddiyana

Address: 200A Tanjong Katong Road Singapore 436998  
Tradition: Vajrayana, Nyingma,Chokling Tersar lineage
Phone: 66004080
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Spiritual Director: H.E. Tsikey Chokling Rinpoche  
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Our centre is born under the blessings of H.E. Tsikey Chokling Rinpoche. We are registered under the name of Rangjung Yeshe Oddiyana. Our vision is to preserve and uphold the teaching and tradition of Chokling Tersar lineage and to support Rinpoches dharma projects for the benefit of all motherly sentient beings.

Chokgyur Dechen Lingpa was the manifestation, of King Trisong Deutsens son, Murub Tsepo, who is also known as Yeshe Rolpe Tsal or Lhase Lotsawa. In one of his former lives, he was the great tertön, Sangye Lingpa, who revealed the Lama Gongdu

Our centre in Singapore, Rangjung Yeshe Oddiyana, does regular prayers according to the Chokling Tersar lineage. Kindly refer to our Calendar of events on our website to look for the practise schedule.

We look forward to seeing you at our centre.

Ren Ci Hospital

Address: 71 Irrawaddy Road Singapore 329562  
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 6385 0288
Fax: 6358 0900
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Shi Ming Yi  
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Ren Ci can be literally translated as "compassion" or "benevolent", and this is what we stand for.Established since 1994, Ren Ci Hospital is one of the few charity healthcare institutions in Singapore to provide affordable medical, nursing and rehabilitative care services for the community. Serving all regardless of background, race and religion, the interdisciplinary care team delivers quality service based on the principles of loving kindness and compassion

Most of the long-staying residents in our nursing home in Moulmein and long term care facility in Hougang come from low income families, while some are destitute. Suffering from multiple chronic medical conditions, their long-term healthcare needs have been draining them financially. While majority of the patients are either wheelchair bound or bedridden, they still long to return to their loved ones someday. Your kind act of compassion  will bring a ray of hope to these patients. With continued medical, rehabilitative and nursing support, we can guide them along the road to recovery. Every dollar you contribute will go a long way to help them. 

Besides catering to the long term healthcare needs of disadvantaged patients, Ren Ci also provide rehabilitative care to post-acute patients in a community  hospital setting so that they can regain their functional abilities and return back  to the community.  

As a charity healthcare organization Ren Ci relies heavily on publics donation and support as well as governments  subvention.

Various fundraising events are held every year to help Ren Ci raise the much needed funds for our patients. During each of these events, our stakeholders including our volunteers, donors, supporters, staff, board members and even our benefactors and their family members, will unfailingly come together as one united family to play their part and contribute towards a common goal: to bring a ray of hope to our less fortunate patients

With the rapidly ageing population in Singapore, Ren Ci will continue to play an integral role in supporting the healthcare needs of the senior community. Besides giving hope to frail elderly by helping them overcome their disabilities and teaching their families to care for them at home, Ren Ci also partners  various community groups and social enterprises to give dignity back to the elderly.

Sagaramudra Buddhist Society

Address: 5 Lorong 29 Geylang   Singapore 388060
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: (65) 6746 7582
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Spiritual Director: Founder; Master Yuan Fan  
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Master Yuan Fan, the founder of SBS, has the ideal of improving people’s mind, purifying the society and elevating the quality & character strength of the community through the Buddha’s Dharma.

Based on the above ideal, Sagaramudra Buddhist Society is established to achieve 3 Objectives:

Promote Buddhist Education

Nurture the Sanghas

Provide guidance for people interested in Buddhist practice.

San Cao Gen

Address: 2 Telok Blangah Street 31 1st floor Ren ai Hall Yeos Bldg. Singapore 108942  
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 62711530
Fax: 62711530
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About Us

We are a group of students from the 3 traditions (Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana), with motivation to listen, contemplate and practice the teachings of Buddha, following Buddha Dharma and the great commentaries. Regular discussion and practice sessions are conducted. We warmly welcome all Dharma friends, Sanghas, Practitioners to join our activities.



The Origin of San Cao Gen (The Three Herbs)

Saddharma Puṇḍarīka Sūtra (Lotus Sutra) - It was stated in The Parable of the Medicinal Herbs that Buddha uses the metaphor of falling rain to describe how the Buddha teaches sentient beings. The rain, which represents the Buddhadharma, falls on various flora. There are three types of medicinal herbs, small, medium and large. The herbs receive varying amounts of rain according to their size. This represents how the Buddha teaches with equanimity but because of the different capacities of sentient beings, they gain different levels of understanding.

Satipatthana Meditation Centre

Address: 735A Havelock Rd, Singapore 169652  
Tradition: Theravada, Mahasi Sayadaw Vipassana meditation method
Phone: 6272 5696
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Spiritual Director: Ven Sayadaw U Rajinda  
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Satipatthana Meditation Centre (SMC), Singapore was founded in 2004 under the guidance of Sayadaw U Rajinda to provide opportunities and venues for intensive Vipassana meditation practice and to propagate Buddhism among others.

Satipatthana Meditation Centre

Address: 40 Jalan Malu-Malu, Sembawang Springs Estate, Singapore 769657 
Tradition: Theravada,
Phone: (65) 67589488
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Main Contact: Li Chun  
Spiritual Director: Sayadaw U Rajinda  
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Our weekly activities include: 

Thursday - meditation & dhamma discussion (English) 7.30 pm
Sunday - morning puja & meditation (English) 9.30 – 10.30 am Sunday - evening meditation and dhamma discussion (Burmese) 7 pm 

In addition to weekly activities, we also hold meditation retreat on various occasions.

Sayagyi U Ba Khin Memorial Association

Address: 522 East Coast Road #12-03, Singapore 458966 
Tradition: Theravada, Burmese
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Teacher: Mother Sayama and Saya U Chit Tin  
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Vipassana Meditation Retreats.

Shan You Counselling Centre

Address: Blk 5 Upper Boon Keng Road #02-15 Singapore 380505  
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 67419293
Fax: 67419352
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Mun Cheng  
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Shan You is a non-profit organisation set up to provide counselling and social services to children, youths, families and the elderly, regardless of race, religion and ability to pay for our services. The Centre was registered as a charity on 28 Dec 1995 and conferred the Institutions of a Public Character (IPCs) status. It has a full membership with the National Council of Social Service. As a non-profit organisation that offers services at no charge where possible, Shan You depends heavily on donors and sponsors, and organises fund-raising projects to raise the much-needed funds. Shan Yous operating expenses amount more than 1 million per annum. Only the counselling services provided by our agency are partially funded by the Community Chest, NCSS.


 In 1991, Buddhist Graduate Fellowship (now known as Buddhist Fellowship) initiated the formation of Tai Pei Counselling Centre with funds from the Tai Pei Foundation. Tai Pei Counselling Centre thus became the first Buddhist counselling centre in Singapore.

As its services expanded, the Centre moved to Foo Hai Ch’an Monastery in 1993 and was renamed as Ren Ci Counselling Centre. However, the monastery wanted to relocate the Centre to Ren Ci Hospital, a hospital for chronically ill patients, in 1995. It was then that a decision was made to set up an independent counselling centre in order for it to serve the centre community and to prevent frequent relocations.

Finally, Shan You Counselling Centre was established and registered as a society on 17 June 1995. Its name, Shan You Counselling Centre, was suggested by Venerable Mun Cheng and endorsed by the Management Committee.

 Initially, Shan You Counselling Centre was situated in Lorong 36 Geylang. However, as the old site was zoned for residential building projects, the Urban Redevelopment Authority gave notice of the Centre’s need to move. In May 1998, upon the successful application to the Housing and Development Board, the Centre relocated to the void deck of Block 9 Upper Boon Keng Road. We were again affected by HDBs redevelopment programme and by April 2006, we moved to our current premises at Block 5 Upper Boon Keng Road. This location was chosen because of its easy accessibility by public transport and its close proximity to the community that the Centre was target to serve.

 Shan You Counselling Centre is supported through public contributions, grants and donations from foundations, Counselling Costs Recovery Scheme, programme fees and membership dues. From April 1998 the Counselling and Casework Services has been supported by the Community Chest, the fund-raising division of the National Council of Social Service.

The services provided by the Centre are mainly free. However users of the Counselling and Casework Services are offered the opportunity to contribute any sum of money under the Counselling Costs Recovery Scheme. Special programmes and training courses conducted by the Centre are offered at a nominal or subsidised fee.

Singapore Buddhist Federation

Address: 59 Lorong 24A Geylang, Singapore 398583  
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 6744 4635
Fax: 6747 3618
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Singapore Buddhist Federation (SBF)  

1. Background 

Year of establishment : 1949
ROS Registration : ROS 0211/1949 REL     20.05.1964
ROS’s UEN          : S64 SS 0008 K   wef 1 Jan 2009
Charity Registration : 00727                         02.04.1990
Registered Address : 59, Lorong 24A Geylang, Singapore 398583
Membership : Individual Member : 141 , Institutional Member : 134

Objectives :
• to unify all Buddhist institutions and Buddhists in Singapore
• to observe Buddhist precepts, to practise Buddhism and to propagate Dharma. 
• To promote culture, education and social welfare. 

2. Affilates of SBF 

(1) Maha Bodhi School   UEN T 07 GS 5601 JA Government – aided primary school founded by SBF in 1949. Accorded SAP School status in 1990, current pupil population is more than 2200. Awarded “Programme for School-Based Excellence Award” in 2006. 

The School was selected for PRIME Project with construction period from Dec 2006 to June 2009. The $ 24M project was completed in June 2009 and the School has since then operated in this upgraded campus. 

(2) Manjusri Secondary School   UEN T 07 GS 7307 EA government-aided secondary school founded by SBF in 1982, it has more than 1000 students at the moment. 

The school underwent a massive $ 24 M upgrading project under the MOE’s PRIME initiative and relocated to Ubi Avenue 1 upon completion of project in Jan 2009. It is now adjacent to Maha Bodhi School.  The School has moved into this $24M new campus since Jan 2009. 

PRIME: Programme for Rebuilding and Improving Existing Schools. 

(3) Prince Siddattha Child Care CentreThe Centre is located in Bukit Batok, established since Mar 1995 and has an enrolment of about 90 children. 

(4) Marine Parade Maha Bodhi Student Care Centre A joint project launched in 1999 between SBF and Southeast CDC with an enrolment of about 100.                (5) SBF Youth GroupFormed in 1991 for the promotion solidarity among Buddhist Youths and to promote Buddhism. It has more than 120 members. 

(6) SBF Dharma Class Students’ SocietyFormed in 1994 by alumnus and students of SBF Dharma Classes. It aims to enhance the learning of Dharma and to support SBF. It has more than 300 members. 

(7) SBF ScoutLauched in 2007, the SBF Scout movement aims to build up leadership and team spirit among the young Buddhists. 

3. Religious Activities 

(1) Annual Vesak Day Celebration
(2) Dharma Classes
(3) Series of Dharma Talks
(4) Precept Assembly
(5) Various Dharma Assemblies
(6) International Buddhist Conference 

4. Cultural and Educational Activities 

(1) Publish quarterly journal Nanyang Buddhist. 
(2) Series of talks on Buddhist Culture and Literature.  
(3) Co-organise educational seminar on Buddhism with local and overseas institutions. 
(4) Accredited training provider for “Board Governance Training for Charities (Mandarin)” by NCSS with 80% VCF Grant. 
(5) Promoter of a 8-month pilot project on “Governance Consultancy Service for Buddhist Charities.”  
(6) Conduct a series of talk on legal and societies. 

5. Charities and Welfare Works 

(1) Participate in relief works, eg: South Asia Tidal Waves, Taiwan earthquake, Indonesia earthquake, Lebanon War, Turkey earthquake and etc. 
(2) Counselling, Dharma lessons and Refuge-taking ceremony for inmates of prisons, drug rehabilitation centres and SAF Detention Barracks. 
(3) Conduct vegetarian culinary lessons for inmates of various penal institutions. 

6. Promote National Cohesion  

SBF participates actively in the following organisations:  

(1) Presidential Council for Religious Harmony.
(2) National Steering Committee on Racial and Religious Harmony.
(3) National Steering Committee on Racial and Religious Harmony Working Committee. 
(4) Inter- Religious Organisation of Singapore.
(5) Inter- Religious Harmony Circle.
(6) Dialogue with Chinese Community Outreach Group.
(7) Dialogue sessions organised by REACH.
(8) National Day Blessing Ceremony. 

7. Feedback 

SBF presented its views on the following issues: 

(1) Human Organ Transplantation.
(2) Integrated Resort.
(3) Biomedical Research.
(4) Problem Gambling. 

8. International Network               
SBF sent delegations to India, Sri Lanka, China, Thailand, Indonesia and etc to attend Sangha Convention, Buddhist Forum as well as goodwill visit. 


新加坡佛教总会 Singapore Buddhist Federation

及其附属机构 -菩提学校董事会/文殊中学董事会:

59 Lorong 24A Geylang, Singapore 398583
Tel: 6744 4635 Fax: 6747 3618


Public Transport : Aljunied MRT
巴士 Bus (Geylang) : 2,13, 21,26,40,51,67,853 (Guillemard Rd) 7, 70, 197

Singapore Buddhist Free Clinic

Address: 48 Lor 23 Geylang Singapore 388376  
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 6748 7292
Fax: 6748 7239
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Siong Khye  
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Singapore Buddhist Free Clinic is a charitable organisation set up by local Buddhists. Based on the Buddhist teachings of loving kindness and compassion, its objective is to provide free medical services to the sick and needy, so as to relieve their suffering on illness and to help them leading a healthier and happier life.

Currently, Singapore Buddhist Free Clinicis operating at six branches.They are situated at densely populated areas across the Island in Geylang West, Tanjong Pagar, Redhill, Delta, Ang Mo Kio and Jurong East, to provide caring medical and rehabilitative services to patients. With the generous support from fellow Buddhists and the general public, the Free Clinic will always strive to provide quality charitable medical services and medicines to the lower and middle echelons of our people.

Singapore Buddhist Meditation Centre

Address: 1, Jalan Mas Puteh, Singapore 128607  
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 6 7783330,
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Weragoda Sarada Maha Thero  Email  (Phone: +6567783330)
Notes and Events:

Meditation & Dhamma Discussion - Ven. Weragoda Sarada Maha Thero Every Sunday 10.30 a.m. and Every Sunday 2.30 p.m. Maha Satipatthana Sutta

Singapore Buddhist Mission

Address: 9 Ruby Land Singapore 328284  
Tradition: Theravada, Sri Lankan
Phone: 65 62997216
Fax: 65 62942701
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Dhammika  
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(A) Weekly Sharing Sessions
Weekly Dhamma discussions led by youths leaders. Topics on the Buddhas teachings that can be put into good use in our modern life as a young Buddhist. Each session is also guided by our youth group spiritual advisor, Venerable Dr. Bodhi.

Day: Saturday
Time: 2pm to 5pm
Location: Singapore Buddhist Mission

2:00pm - Puja & Meditation
3:00pm - Topic of the Week
5:00pm - Snacks and Dinner
6:00pm - Recreational Activities (Movies, boardgames, Nerf, etc)

(B) Guitar Classes
Lessons conducted by Brother Kwek Zeming. As long as you have an interest for music and would like to pick up a musical skill, do not be shy and feel free to come down. Lessons are free-of-charge.

Day: Saturday
Time: 12pm to 2pm
Location: Singapore Buddhist Mission

(C) Camp Ehi-Passiko
SBM Youths flagship project. First organized in 1997 under the leadership of the revived First Generation. We have just completed our 20th Camp in 13th year held from 17 to 20 December 2010. Stay tune for more information on Camp Ehi-Passiko 2011.

(D) Camp Lions - Leading & Inspiring Young Buddhists in Singapore
Camp Lions is a leadership camp that hopes to create a platform for youth leaders of various Buddhist groups to come together and share ideas and skills to inspire the next generation of Buddhist youths. Organized with youth leaders from Bee Low See Temple, Buddhist Fellowship, Dharma-in-Action, Mangala Vihara Youth Circle, NUS Buddhist Society Alumni and Young Buddhist Chapter.

Singapore Miao You Pu Ti Yuan

Address: No. 15 Geylang Lorong 29 #02-01 PTH Building   Singapore 388069
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: (65)67496460
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Main Contact: Miao You Pu Ti Yuan Committee  Email  (Phone: (65)67496460)
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Venerable Da Shi teaches the Buddhist Dharma according to the original intent of the Buddha. He has a thorough understanding of both the Theravadan and Mahayanist traditions. The Venerable places emphasis on delivering his teachings in a way that benefits both the teacher and his students, through developing his followers’ abilities to think independently, and to express the profound Dharma in simple, understandable language, allowing everyone to learn and apply the extensive and profound Buddhist Dharma in their daily lives.

Tai Pei Buddhist Centre

Address: 2, Lavender Street, Singapore 338823  
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 62983343
Fax: 62918859
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Spiritual Director: Venerable See Fatt Kuan  
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Tai Pei Buddhist Centre is situated at the junction of Kallang Road and Lavender Street, also commonly known as Gas works. This site was originally the premise of Kwang Fu Primary School, which had a history of over 70 years.

In 1985, Tai Pei Foundation assumed ownership and named it Tai Pei Buddhist Centre. It serves to propagate the Buddhas Teachings and educate the general public.

For the past 12 years since 1990, Tai Pei Buddhist Centre has been propagating Dharma teachings, guiding our Buddhist youth, to interact with care for one another and to share their experiences in learning Buddhism. 

In 1992, Tai Pei Foundation started the Tai Pei Child Care Centre on the Second Floor of Tai Pei Buddhist Centre. It is a non-profitable organization which has the objective of actualizing a set of management systems to provide a child care service that is suitable to the needs of our children. This centre is open to all children regardless of race, religion and language.

The Centre was officiated on 14 May 1994 by the then Minister for Labour and Second Minister for Defence, Dr Lee Boon Yang.

The Minding Centre

Address: Blk 644 #01-68 2nd floor Bukit Batok Ctrl   650644
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 82110879
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Teacher: Mr Piya Tan  
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A still centre in lifes storm

Stress Management & Meditation 

Counselling & therapy  Psychology in Singapore

Please visit our new webpage: 
Research & papers on meditation: proven benefits, etc. 

Our objective: 

To teach self-help and people-helping techniques so that you can help yourself and others. A healthy mind (calm and clear) in a healthy body.

The Singapore Buddhist Lodge

Address: 17-19 Kim Yam Road, Singapore 239329  
Tradition: Mahayana, Pure Land, Lay charity organization
Affiliation: Amitabha Buddhist Society
Phone: 67372630
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Main Contact: president Lee Bock Guan  
Notes and Events:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday (9:00am to 5:00pm)
Wednesday, Saturday (9:00am to 7:00pm)

The Zen Society of Singapore

Address: 41 Ewe Boon Road 05-43 Singapore 259335 
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen
Affiliation: Sambo Kyodan, Japan
Phone: 9 665 3556 ( Vivien )
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Main Contact: Ms Vivien  
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Fortnightly sittings every 2nd and 4th Sunday mornings, 6:45am to 8:45am 

Thekchen Choling (Singapore)

Address: 2 Beatty Lane Singapore 209945   Singapore 209945
Tradition: Vajrayana
Phone: +65 64663720
Fax: +65 64656736
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Main Contact: Richard Pang  Email  (Phone: +65 94312682)
Spiritual Director: Lama Thubten Namdrol Dorje  Email  (Phone: +65 98317785)
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On 20th March 1999, the late Geshe Lama Konchog, now reincarnated as Tulku Tenzin Phuntsok Rinpoche, instructed Lama Thubten Namdrol Dorje to start a Dharma Centre. He bestowed the name Thekchen Choling, meaning Great Mahayana Dharma Temples named after the monastery of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.

Geshe-las vision was for the temple to change the current mindset of that one can only practice the Dharma as ordained Sangha. Thekchen Cholings focus is thus to impart ways that lay people can practice the Dharma, integrating it into their everyday lives and learning to realize their inner potential and be happy and fulfilled.

In 2001, Thekchen Choling (Singapore) was formally registered. From a handful of students, the crowd at Thekchen Choling is now several times larger with a mailing list of five thousand and regular students numbering to several hundred.

Thekchen Cholings vision is to Connect All with Divine Hearts. This is a special wish for all members and disciples to develop the divine heart of Buddha and gain enlightenment to benefit all beings.

As earnest practitioners of the Dharma, these aspiring Buddhas and Bodhisattvas can also engage in the activities of divine beings to reach out and touch everyone with the essence of Buddhas teaching - Love and compassion. With this proactive and outgoing aspiration, it is therefore not surprising that Thekchen Choling has a very young congregation. Coming from diverse backgrounds, they range from students to young working professionals under 40 years of age.

The three areas that the temples activities are in

  1. Dharma Development
  2. Healing Services
  3. Community Services for children and youth.

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