Healing chants and the sound of bells surround you when you visit the Thekchen Choling. Founded by Singapore-born Lama Namdrol Tulku Rinpoche in 2001, Thekchen Choling (Singapore) is a Tibetan Buddhist Temple that encompasses both the Tibetan and Chinese traditions.
Thekchen Choling, meaning “Great Mahayana Dharma Temple,” is named after the monastery of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, and houses one of the biggest collections of mantra wheels in Singapore.
The temple conducts regular weekly teachings in English and Mandarin, chanting and prayer sessions that you can attend or observe. As a place of both spiritual and physical healing, Thekchen Choling also provides free traditional Chinese medicine medical consulting service, acupuncture service and medicine.