This temple is opposite the Niucheshui Building. It is very beautiful, exquisitely crafted, magnificent and detailed. It can be seen that the temple has a good intention to do, and has a great sense of art! _________ A full score of 5 stars! There are a lot of small books about Buddhism that are free to read at the entrance, and temples are free to add incense and oil money at will. This is very good. Unlike domestic Buddhism, which has completely changed its taste, temples are just places where you rob your pockets. Many so-called masters come out to tell you that you are close to people.... The temples offer Buddha's teeth and shelters, which integrate Buddhist Mandala with the architecture of the Tang Dynasty. Style, with a floor and top floor, is the characteristic building of Singapore. The temple can be photographed. In addition to Master Guan, there are many gods such as the immovable Ming King. Haha, when I was a child, I saw Asura and the immovable Ming King in the Japanese animated film Xiamu 634. They didn't know if it was the great god....
Walking into Longhua Court of Buddha's Tooth Temple near Niucheshui Tourist Service Center, we were immediately dazzled by the brilliance of gold and blue inside. The words such as colorful, brilliant lights and glittering gold all seemed pale here. The large and small statues of Buddha add infinite charm to the temple which is said to have Buddha's teeth and relics. In these Buddha statues, we see the guardian of the twelve zodiac signs. We don't know what principles they are based on, but this division seems to be the first time we have seen it. With curiosity, we carefully searched for our own and our family's guardian of the zodiac. The guardian of the year of the chicken is the immovable king, while the pig and the dog year are the common guardians of the king. It happened that a group of pupils, led by their teachers, came to the Longhua Temple of Buddha's Tooth Temple to visit. The children in this solemn and mysterious place can show their naive expression. In the temple hall, a chanting activity is being held. Under the leadership of monks and believers, they read words and speak them out. With the transmission of the microphone, the melodious chanting voice really has the taste of three days'continuous sound. In the process of chanting, the host also went to the main hall to offer incense to himself. Many worshippers donate money to receive small pots lit with incense candles. They kneel piously before putting pots on dedicated altars. This is a temple where people are thriving and fragrant. Walking out of the gate of Longhua Temple of Buddha's tooth temple, we can see that it adopts the architectural style and elements of ancient China, and at the same time combines the design style of Buddhist altar. So the whole monastery looks very tall.
Singapore is a multi-faceted and integrated country, especially in the characteristic neighborhoods, such as Little India, Niucheshui, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and so on can be seen peacefully coexisting in the same street. Longhua Temple is located in Niucheshui, a gathering place for Chinese people. It was only founded in 2002, but it has a great reputation. The temple is a sacred relic of Buddhism, Buddha's tooth relic, and is placed in a 320 kg golden Shrine Tower funded by believers. The whole building has five floors, with elevators, which is worth slowly enjoying. There are Buddhist Culture Museum, Famous Sangha Memorial Hall, Sanzang Hall, and regular exhibition halls for performances, lectures and exhibitions. The Lingguang Hall on the fourth floor is not allowed to take photos. You can calm down and meditate inside for a moment. On the top of the fifth floor, there are giant channels and all kinds of Jugi flowers. It takes 2-3 hours to be in the hall. Even if you are not a Buddhist, you can feel the peace and beauty of the hall.
The temple has four floors, splendid interior and exuberant incense. The main hall provides a solemn Maitreya Buddha, as well as several other large Buddha statues and numerous small and delicate Bodhisattva statues. If you look at them one by one, you will probably not be able to see them all day. And the floor is very high, the whole wall is, each Bodhisattva shape is different, how to look at it is not enough! The third level is the actual life of Sakyamuni and Maitreya Buddha. It is impressive to introduce them in a self-narrative way. The fourth floor is a big wheel. This temple is absolutely worth seeing.
The Buddha's Tooth Temple, a sacred relic of Buddhists, is placed in a 320 kilogram golden Shrine Tower, which is funded by the followers. I strongly recommend the fine art in my eyes. The interior decoration of the Buddhist Tooth Temple is mostly done by hand. These famous works of art include: the Buddha's Eye Mandalas on the ceiling above the Buddha's Tooth Shrine Pagoda in Lingguang Hall, a hand-painted creation improved by referring to the plastic arts of the Tang Dynasty murals and grottoes in Dunhuang. (Lingguang Hall not only needs slippers to enter, but also does not allow photography, but it has a golden sparkle inside; on the third floor there is also a Shri Hall, which sees red, green, blue and yellow.... Sariko of all colours, of course, can't be photographed.) The Nanjing Cloud Brocade Curtain behind the Shrine Tower is hand-woven on an ancient jacquard loom and decorated with the largest brocade in the world up to now; the Bailong Golden Bar above the Bailong Hall is made of birch wood, which is hand-carved and painted close to each other, and is full of dynamic and auspicious spirit; the Lanza-like Ruxin scriptures and lotus embroidery behind the Ruyilun Guanyin Hall are already 25,000 pieces of Sanskrit and lotus embroidery. Over a hundred years of history, the production of Su embroidery techniques has created three-dimensional silk embroidery like western oil paintings with complex needle techniques. At home, because I don't like smoke, black paint and dirty Buddha statues in the temple, I usually go into the temple and shake it quickly. But I came to this small temple twice. The Buddha's Tooth Temple has become a scenic spot I visited twice for the following reasons: 1. Perfect artistic enjoyment. From the exterior structure of the building to the interior decoration, all are magnificent, solemn and elaborate. 2. The tour is rich in content. Not only can you visit Buddhist temples, Buddhist statues, Buddhist relics, Sutra Rotary Collection, but also bookstores, tea shops, exhibition rooms and roof gardens. 3. Convenient service facilities. The temple has parking lots, elevators, air conditioning, modern lighting, as well as theatres, security systems and a fully networked computer system to develop and maintain close ties between Buddhist temples and many believers and volunteers, to assist fund-raising activities held in different regions and on-line fund-raising, to manage daily operations and to ensure proper use of resources. As long as you don't wear slippers, get in and out freely, and don't accept tickets. In addition to the Shri Hall, you can take photos at will (unlike the Hindu Temple in Singapore). These modern facilities and services have directly brought me, a non-Buddhist, closer to my heart.
Buddha's Tooth Temple, a sacred relic of Buddhists - Buddha's Tooth Shelly, combines Buddhist Mandala with the architectural style of the Tang Dynasty in China. It is said that the 200 million yuan Buddhist temple is brilliant, sacred and shocking. Unfortunately, I didn't see the Buddha's Tooth Shari, so I'll come back again.
In the morning, I brought my elders to the Buddhist Tooth Temple in Singapore to attend the Bible Class. Before class started, I took some pictures quickly. This magnificent and magnificent modern temple was built by combining the concept of Buddhist Mandala with the architectural style of Buddhism in Tang Dynasty, and its interior design was magnificent. Some tourists came to visit one after another, as well as a group of foreign students and their teachers. There are free guides for volunteers and visitors can add fragrant oil at will. At noon, the students of the Bible-reading class will have a vegetarian meal. Volunteers are busy cooking in the bottom kitchen, so they don't bother them.
Foya Temple, located in Niucheshui, downtown Singapore, was built at the beginning of this century. The temple building has a magnificent appearance, brilliant gold and blue color, and the followers are gathering incense and dazzling sound of Buddha constantly. Tourists are faithful to it. The main hall of the Buddha's Tooth Temple provides a Maitreya Buddha. The Buddhist sacred relic, Buddha's Tooth Shari, is enshrined in the Shrita. There are also Buddhist cultural museums, famous monasteries of monks and monks, Sanzang Hall and so on. Although I am not a believer, I can still feel the shock from my heart and inspire people to be kind.
Foya Temple is in Niucheshui. It takes a short walk from Exit B of Niucheshui Station on the purple line of the subway and returns. It will also cross the food street in the middle. The first floor of the temple is the place where Buddhas pray for blessings. There is also a museum upstairs, and the fourth floor is dedicated to Buddha's tooth and relics. After the ritual Buddha is over, you can go to the ground floor to enjoy vegetarian food, but only lunch is open to the public.
Location is in Niucheshui, do not need to buy tickets, a total of four floors, you can take the elevator from the fourth floor down to visit, I went to the day is the fifteenth lunar month, there are law clubs, super many people, but also went to the top floor to see the garden, very beautiful, must go once.