Uttamayanmuni Buddhist temple is a Thai temple with roots in Kelantan, Malaysia located in Choa Chu Kang, Singapore.
The temple's history began in 1962. Presently, the temple is well known to be the only temple in Singapore that features the Traditional Thai inspired wall murals. The artwork can be found on the walls and doors in the main shrine and many other portions of the temple. It depicts the Mahanipata Jataka which includes the life story of the Buddha and his teachings. The artwork that you see in the temple grounds took our in-house artist Irving and his team several years to plan and execute. The full artwork is planned to be completed in 2 years. The temple ground is opened to all visitors whether they are interested in exploring the intricate Traditional Thai murals or dhama practitioners. Things To Do>>
The current abbot is dedicated to helping people understand the true teachings that were produced by the Great Teacher Buddha more than 2500 years ago. We have many events that are in Chinese and English languages. Our Events>>
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