Located in Chinatown in Singapore, Buddha is one of the largest temples in the lion island nation with a construction cost of about $ 46 million.
Opened in 2007, the Buddha Temple is one of the largest temples in the lion island nation. Located in Chinatown in Singapore, the project cost SGD 62 million (about US $ 46 million).
Buddha Temple has 5 floors, built in the style of Tang Dynasty architecture in China. The name of the building comes from the relics located here, the tooth on the left of Buddha.
The designer of the Temple is the abbot Shi Fa Zhao. With the help of locals and foreign consultants, he designed the project based on the Mandala Buddhist circle, a symbol of the universe in Buddhist culture.