Luang Por Anek’s Dhamma Tour

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

In the coming month of June, Luang Por Anek will be here in Singapore for a short Dhamma Tour together with Ajahn Preechar, Ajahn Somjit, Ajahn Dton, Ajahn Bunkhanong, Ajahn Cagino, Ajahn Tanee and Phra Phamornpol.

For detailed information regarding about his tour schedule, do refer to the poster below for clarification.

Here is a short excerpt about Luang Por Anek:

Luang Por Anek Yasadinno, the abbot of Wat Pah Sai Ngam was born in 1946 in Det Udom District, Ubon province, Thailand. Luang Por Anek received ordination as a Buddhist monk on June 5, 1967 at his local village monastery. In 1968, he moved to Wat Nong Pah Pong and practiced under the tutelage of Luang Por Chah Subhaddo. After training himself for many years under the guidance of Luang Por Chah, he was eventually entrusted with the position of abbot of Wat Pah Sai Ngam which he built from ground up and where he has lived from its very first day until now. Since 1991, Luang Por Anek has established many social welfare projects in Thailand. Some of their projects include: buffalo and cow welfare fund; community welfare Dhamma Compassion fund and Sangha medical fund.


*Please Note*

There will only be one meal for the venerables. Please arrive at the respective location by 8.15am to prepare your food offerings. If you are bringing fruits, please cut them before offering.



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May Activities @ WAY

Hi Friends,

Vesak Day, which falls on 21 May this year, holds a special significance for all Buddhists as it is the day that commemorates the birth, enlightenment (nirvāna) and death (Parinirvāna) of Lord Buddha.

In the month of May, WAY is privileged to have 3 visiting Venerables who will be sharing and giving us precious teachings of the Dhamma over the weeks.

Please find the program details of each Venerable as follow. In case you cannot view the details, posters are attached in this notice for your reference.


Venerable U KovidaKovida

Venerable U JanakābhivaṃsaJanakabhivamsa

Venerable U UkkansaUkkansa




Venerable U Kovida


Venerable U Janakābhivaṃsa


Venerable U Ukkansa


Do visit our website or our Facebook page WAY Singapore for updates in case there are changes to the activities.

Last but not least, Happy Vesak from all of us at WAY. Wishing you peace and happiness always.

Sunday Morning Service (April 2016)

::All are Welcome::

Time: 9.45am to 11.15am

Venue: Wat Ananda (50-B Jalan Bukit Merah) | Meditation Room | Level 3 (new building)

Date: 3rd April 2016
Topic: Chanting Session

Speaker: Brother Tee

Date: 10th April 2016

No SMS.  Songkran Festival temple celebrations

Date: 17th April 2016
Topic: Sutta Discussion

Speaker: Doctor Ng Yuen Yan

Date: 24th April 2016

Topic: Meditation session

Lunch dana to the Sangha is at 11.15am. If you wish to offer lunch dana, please bring along some food and be at the dining hall by 10.45am.

Luang Por Liem Visit in SG (25th-28th March)


Luang Por Liem will be in Singapore for a short visit from 25th to 28th March.

The following is the schedule for his trip:

Friday, 25th March @ Paleilai Buddhist Temple

8:45am: Meal Offering; Dana

7.15pm: Evening Chanting

7.45pm: 1-hour meditation with Luang Por



Saturday, 26 March

9:00am: Meal Offering; Dana @ NDR

10:00am: Short Sharing/Q&A @ NDR

7:00pm: Evening Chanting @ Paleilai Buddhist Temple

7:30pm: Dhamma Talk @ Paleilai Buddhist Temple


Sunday, 27th March @ Paleilai Buddhist Temple

8:45am: Meal Offering; Dana

7:00pm: Evening Chanting

7:30pm: Dhamma Talk

9:30pm: Requesting Forgiveness with The Venerables


Monday, 28th March @ Paleilai Buddhist Temple

8:45am: Meal Offering; Dana


A short biography of Luang Por Liem

Luang Por Liem Thitadhammo, 75 years old this year, is a Buddhist monk in the Thai Forest Tradition. After higher ordination at 20 years of age, Luang Por practised in several village monasteries throughout the Northeast until he joined the Forest Tradition in 1969 and took up the training under Luang Pu Chah. After Luang Pu Chah became severely ill in 1982, Luang Por Liem was entrusted to lead the monastery – Wat Nong Pah Pong. The Sangha of Wat Nong Pah Pong then appointed Luang Por Liem to take over the abbotship after Luang Pu Chah’s health worsened. Luang Por Liem was also given an honorary monastic title by His Majesty the King of Thailand for a second time. He is presently known as Tan Chao Khun Pra Phrarachapavanavikrom.