Sakya Tenphel Ling is situated on the eastern coast of the Republic of Singapore.
Its architectural design is modeled after a Tibetan Monastery. The entire building can be divided into three levels.
On the Ground Level, you will find the main Prayer Hall which houses a large Sakyamuni Buddha image. On both sides of this image, there is a Manjushri Shrine and a Tara Shrine respectively. Tiles with images of Medicine Buddha covered the higher walls. Tara Puja and Chenrezig Meditation are held here weekly while Medicine Buddha Puja is held monthly on every first Sunday.
On the 2nd Level, you will find a library and classrooms dedicated to the studies of the Buddha Dharma. The library is open on Sundays. A small group of librarians work patiently in the field of Dharma archiving and publication. You may volunteer your free time to help up.
The 3rd Level houses the monks’ quarters and retreat room. This area is usually out of bound to visitors as our Venerables also practice their meditation here. Disturbance to their spiritual practices are discouraged.
Since 2003, a roof has been added so that special rituals can be conducted here without worrying about the elements.