Guangmingshan Pujue Temple is a Buddhist temple away from the hustle and bustle. The buildings here are relatively new, and the architectural style is more like what we visited in southern Fujian. The incense is still very popular.
Singapore’s largest monastery is very large, including the Great Compassion Hall, Daxiong Hall, Zen Building, Ordination Hall, Tibetan Scripture Building, Pagoda, and Stupa. Inside are enshrined the four heavenly kings, the Thousand-Hand Guanyin in the temple, Maitreya Buddha, etc. There are four pillars in the Daxiong Hall, which are lifelike with carved dragons and phoenixes. The long corridors are connected with each other. There are many allusion murals on them. There are pavilions in the garden, trees are planted, and the temple is full of incense. Many Buddhist events are also held here. , No tickets are required, you can go to see such Buddhist resorts if you need it.
Although it is a bit far from the city center/business district, I strongly recommend you to visit here because I have never seen such a charming temple and so many temples are in the same place. Away from remote paths, it provides tourists with good facilities, and there are many things to see... It's amazing.
This attraction is the number one on our "Must-See Attractions List". There are many beautiful structures and buildings in this temple complex worthy of your appreciation. It's a bit far from the city center, but we took a taxi. In case you are hungry, the vegetarian restaurant here is worth trying. This place is really pleasing to the eye. We happened to go there on New Year's Eve in the lunar calendar, it was so charming. All people hurriedly offered sacrifices to their ancestors and prayed. The monks are actively preparing for the celebration. The temple is beautiful, and their altars are beginning to pile up with gifts for deceased family members.
Guangmingshan Pujue Temple is one of the oldest temples in the Kongmengshan crematorium. This temple has three white jade Buddha statues representing the past, present and future. Tickets are free. Donations are welcome. Although it is a Chinese temple, it still has a Nanyang architectural style. There are Thai temples next to it, and there are many small Luohan statues on the grass in front of the Guanyin statue.
It was founded by a Chinese monk, and it is the largest temple in Singapore. The Buddhist Institute of Singapore is also here. It is enough to see that the Pukekhan Temple has a leading position in the local area. Singapore has a small deposit of money and most temples are restricted. The temple is built high, one floor and one hall, but Pujue Temple is still like a Chinese temple. Each building is a single hall, and the hierarchy is progressively one hall and one courtyard. The temple is scattered in Guangmingshan with pavilions and pavilions, surrounded by green trees. , There are corridors that can block the scorching sun and heavy rain between each hall ingeniously connected, allowing pilgrims and visitors to walk around. On the first and fifteenth day of the old days, free vegetarian food is also provided. If you have time, you can visit.
The largest temple in SG.
The views are amazing and well worth a visit!
This place is very popular and incense. It occupies more than half of the mountains in the land and gold of Singapore. It can be seen that it is extraordinary. There are mountains and waters, pavilions, flowers and trees, and each other is reflected in each hall building." The "covered corridor" is connected with twists and turns, and is in harmony with the whole, and complements each other. Therefore, although the area is large, it is not suffering from exposure to the sun and rain. It is well-intentioned. There is also the Singapore Buddhist College, which is enough to see the general feeling. The status of the Zen temple is gone.