About Vipassana Meditation Centre

Vipassana Meditation Centre is a Buddhist monastery in Singapore set up in 1993 to propagate and perpetuating Theravada Buddhism and provide opportunity for the practice of Vipassana meditation in Singapore. This group is not related to non-sectarian society "Vipassana International Center (Singapore)", which offers 10 Day residential meditation courses, taught by SN Goenka, in the tradition of Sayagyi U Ba Khin.
Modern architecture of the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum in Singapore

Influential Buddhist temples in Singapore

Buddhism in Singapore is the largest religion in Singapore. Buddhism was introduced in Singapore primarily by migrants from around the world, particularly ethnic Chinese people, over the past centuries. The first recorded histories of Buddhism in Singapore can be observed in early monasteries and such as and that were built by settlers that came from various parts of .