Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, Singapore

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, Singapore.

The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum is a Buddhist temple and museum complex located in the Chinatown district of Singapore. Wat Phra Khunkaew is a place of Buddha’s orthodontics. The origin of the temple name. It was built in 2007 with a budget of S $ 62 million or more than 2,000 million! The architectural style of Chinese Buddhist temples in the Tang Dynasty. This temple has a large main building in a single building. The building will be divided into 3 basements on the ground, 4 floors excluding the mezzanine and deck. If you count it really will have 9 floors ever. But the open section will be on the ground only. The building is beautifully decorated inside and out. Each floor has different interesting features.

Class 1 is divided into 2 zones: front and rear. The front zone will be a large hall. For the garden mantra And it is enshrined of the statue. The other zone on the back is a statue of Goddess Guan Im. Side walls on the first floor of the temple on the two frogs on the side of the Buddha is a small size of hot water. Mainly, the first floor will be dedicated to the Buddha.

The mezzanine is the same as the museum’s front porch. 2nd floor is a library, souvenir shop and souvenir shop. Layer 3 is part of the museum. There are religious objects displayed. 4th floor is the highlight of Wat Phra Krua Kaew because it is enshrined of the relics. The Buddha’s tooth or tooth is there. This is forbidden.

The rooftop is another highlight of Wat Phra Kaew. There is a pagoda on the top (but look more like a pavilion) inside there will be a giant spinning bell. It is believed that if described, then walking around the bell to complete 3 rounds will help to be true. The walls around this pagoda are lined with a lot of Buddhas. This pagoda. Ten Thousand Buddhas Pagoda and then a small orchid garden to see.



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