Category Archives: Forest Way

LP Liem SG Dhamma Tour – 23 to 25 Sept 17

Greetings Brothers and Sisters,

Luang Por Liem will be in Singapore for a short tour from 23rd of September to 25th of September. Kindly refer to the attached poster for info.
Luang Por Liem visit

If there are any queries, kindly send an email to or drop a message at our facebook page.

Thank you!


_/\_ Sadhu! _/\_


Luang Por Damrong Dhamma Tour in SG

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Kindly take note that Luang Por Damrong will be taking over Luang Por Boon Chu due to health issues.


Please visit our website or FB to receive updated news on our events and activities.

_/\_ Sadhu _/\_

Meditation Retreat with Bhante Ukkansa (22 Apr, 29-30 Apr)

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Bhante Ukkansa is in Singapore and will be leading a retreat on the 22nd of Apr and 29-30 Apr at Buddhist Fellowship West and WAY respectively.

Kindly refer to the poster below for exact details.

Weekend Meditation Retreats with Bhante Ukkansa

If you have any questions, you may pose them on our FB page or drop an email to this email address:

_/\_ Sadhu _/\_


Ajahn Chandako dhamma talk – 14 Mar 2017

Ajahn Chandako 2017
  • Date : 14 Mar (Tue) 7.30pm @ Wat Ananda Temple (50B Jalan Bukit Merah), Level 3
  • Date : 15 Mar (Wed ) 7.30pm @ NDR – 24, Geylang Lorong 29, Level 4
About Ajahn Chandako:
Ajahn was ordained as a Buddhist monk in 1990 in the lineage of Venerable Ajahn Chah of the Thai Forest Tradition. Born in 1962 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A., his interest in the teachings of the Buddha grew as he studied towards a BA degree in Religious Studies from Carleton College (1984). Following graduation, he began applying himself to training in meditation and subsequently went to Asia to find a monastery suitable for fully devoting himself to the Dhamma.
After practicing intensive meditation in various monasteries in Thailand and traveling extensively in Tibet, Nepal and India, he eventually settled at Wat Pah Nanachat, The International Forest Monastery, in the North-east of Thailand. Ajahn Chah established this branch monastery specifically for his English-speaking disciples. For the first five years after his full ordination as a bhikkhu, Ajahn Chandako was based at Wat Pah Nanachat.
He then began wandering, seeking out forest meditaion masters and studying with them. Along the way he translated into English many of the teachings he received in Thai (see Teachings). Included in his translations is Ajahn Chah’s Unshakeable Peace. Ajahn Chandako is also the author of A Honed and Heavy Axe.