Do good, Avoid all evil, Purify your mind. 
This is the Teaching of all Buddhas.



Luang Por Liem in Singapore: 23-25 September 2017

posted 10 Sep 2017, 19:16 by Wat Palelai   [ updated 10 Sep 2017, 19:17 ]

Rice Pagoda & Charity Day

posted 15 Aug 2017, 01:05 by Wat Palelai


24th September 2017


This is to inform you that Palelai will hold the Rice Pagoda & Charity Day on Sunday 24th September 2017.

The temple will lay the rice foundation of the pagoda on Sunday 20th August 2017. All are welcome to build up the rice pagoda. You can also donate provisions like sugar, salt, oil, biscuits, beehoon, and toiletries. All donations can be made in cash or kind. You may make cash donation at our Administration Office. Receipts will be issued for cash donations and all donated rice and provisions will be distributed to various charity homes.

On behalf of the Resident Monks and Management Committee, we cordially invite you, your family and friends to join us in performing this meritorious deed.

“May the Triple Gems guide you and your family always”.

Programme as follows:

24th September 2017


 9.00 am

Pindapata:  offering alms to monks

 9.30 am

EO to light Candles and incense-stick

Observing the Five Precepts, Chanting of Parittas

Offering of Rice to the Sangha.

Transference/Sharing of Merits

11.00 am

Dana (Offering of lunch) to the Sangha

12.30 pm

 3.00 pm

Distribution of rice and provisions

Transfer of Merits


Notice: Change of Email Address

posted 11 Aug 2017, 23:38 by Wat Palelai   [ updated 11 Sep 2017, 02:35 ]

Meditation Session

posted 9 Jul 2017, 22:43 by Wat Palelai   [ updated 15 Jul 2017, 01:45 ]

We are pleased to inform that there will be sitting meditation session during the three months rain retreat period.  All are welcomed to join. Details are as follows:


DATE:          10th July 2017 to 5th October 2017

Day :             Mondays to Sundays (Except Thursdays)

TIME:           7.00pm to 9.00pm

VENUE:       3rd floor Meditation hall (Chedi Building)

Asalha Puja Day

posted 30 Jun 2017, 19:05 by Gary Low

Dear Members and Devotees                                                                                    


Palelai Buddhist Temple will be celebrating Asalha Puja Day on Saturday, 8th July 2017, followed by the Buddhist Lent (Khao Phansa) on Sunday, 9th July 2017.


This day commemorates the important event where the Sangha was first formed.  The Buddha accepted his first five disciples after they listened to the Buddha expounding the First Discourse, The Wheel Of Life (Dhammacakkhapavattana Sutta) at the Deer Park in Isipatana on the full-moon day.


A candlelight circumambulation will be held after the evening chanting, followed by the commencement of the three-month rain retreat the next day.  During the retreat, the Sangha will stay in the monastery to practise Dhamma and meditation.  The rain retreat (Vassa) will end on Thurday, 5th October 2017.  The Event Organiser for this evening is Kanya Yeo.


The Resident Monks and the Board of Management invite all members, devotees and your families to join us in the following meritorious activities.




8th July


06.00 pm

Evening chanting / Observing of 5 precepts/Dhamma talk

07.30 pm

Candle-light Circumambulation followed by chanting of  Dhammacakkapavattana  Sutta  and Parittas.


May The Triple Gem Be With All of You Always

Yours with Metta

Structured Meditation Course for Beginners

posted 16 Jun 2017, 19:27 by Wat Palelai

We are pleased to inform you that we will be organising the next structured meditation course and the details are as follows:


Starting date           :      13 July 2017

Time                      :         7.30pm – 9pm

Venue                    :         Meditation Hall, 3rd Floor, Chedi Dhammasathit Building

Course Duration    :      12 sessions 

Frequency             :         Every Thursday

Mentor                   :         Sebastian Wong


This course is aimed at those who want to gain an insight into how Buddhist meditation can be applied to their daily lives to live a peaceful & happy life, and to manage stress arising from pressures of work, family, ill-health, loss of loved ones etc.  Attendees do not need to have prior knowledge of the Buddha’s teachings or meditation training as the course is structured to introduce Buddha Dhamma and breath meditation in line with the teachings of the Forest Meditation tradition of Thailand. Instructions and course materials will be given in English and will include applying the Buddha’s instructions on breath meditation to develop calmness & peace of mind (samatha), and cultivation of discernment (insight wisdom - vipassana).  The course follows the Buddha’s gradual teaching from the basic steps to the factors leading to enlightenment.    


The course is free of charge and attendees are advised to come in comfortable clothes (loose pants, light shirts).  As the monastery is a sanctuary for celibate monks and the practice of modesty & restraint of the senses, ladies are kindly requested NOT to come in shorts (bermudas are acceptable), low cut blouses, or other revealing clothing.



“The mind that remains unshaken; under the stroke of life’s changes,

 that is the highest blessing/protection” – Lord Buddha



May All Beings Be Well and Happy Always !

Palelai PALS recruitment

posted 22 Aug 2016, 21:45 by Wat Palelai

Construction Of Annex Building

posted 30 Jun 2016, 02:23 by Wat Palelai

Dear Members & Devotees

Kindly note that with effect from Monday 11th July 2016, our car park will be permanently closed for the construction of the new annex building.  Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

For alternative parking, you may proceed to East Village's basement and open car park.  You may also park at Bedok Market Place's car park.

Thank you for your kind understanding.

With Metta
Board of Management
Palelai Buddhist Temple

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