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This is a list of Buddhist temples, monasteries, stupas, and pagodas for which there are articles, sorted by location.

Contents

1 Australia

1.1 Australian Capital Territory 1.2 New South Wales 1.3 Queensland 1.4 South Australia 1.5 Victoria 1.6 Western Australia

2 Bangladesh 3 Bhutan

3.1 Bumthang 3.2 Paro 3.3 Punakha 3.4 Phobjika 3.5 Thimphu

4 Cambodia

4.1 Angkor 4.2 Kampong Thom 4.3 Phnom Penh 4.4 Pursat

5 Canada

5.1 British Columbia 5.2 Nova Scotia 5.3 Ontario 5.4 Quebec

6 People's Republic of China

6.1 Anhui 6.2 Beijing 6.3 Fujian 6.4 Guangdong 6.5 Hainan 6.6 Hebei 6.7 Henan 6.8 Hohhot 6.9 Hubei 6.10 Hong Kong 6.11 Jiangsu 6.12 Jiangxi 6.13 Ningxia 6.14 Quanzhou 6.15 Shaanxi 6.16 Shandong 6.17 Shanghai 6.18 Shanxi 6.19 Sichuan 6.20 Tibet
Tibet
Autonomous Region 6.21 Yunnan 6.22 Zhejiang

7 Europe

7.1 Denmark 7.2 England 7.3 France 7.4 Germany 7.5 Hungary 7.6 Italy 7.7 The Netherlands 7.8 Poland 7.9 Scotland 7.10 Slovenia 7.11 Spain 7.12 Sweden

8 India

8.1 Andhra Pradesh 8.2 Arunachal Pradesh 8.3 Bihar 8.4 Goa 8.5 Himachal Pradesh 8.6 Jammu and Kashmir 8.7 Karnataka 8.8 Kerala 8.9 Madhya Pradesh 8.10 Maharashtra 8.11 Orissa 8.12 Sikkim 8.13 Tamil Nadu 8.14 Uttar Pradesh 8.15 West Bengal

9 Indonesia

9.1 Sumatra 9.2 West Java 9.3 Central Java 9.4 East Java 9.5 Bali

10 Israel 11 Japan

11.1 Fukui 11.2 Fukuoka 11.3 Gifu 11.4 Hiroshima 11.5 Hyōgo 11.6 Iwate 11.7 Kagawa 11.8 Kanagawa 11.9 Kyoto 11.10 Miyagi 11.11 Nagano 11.12 Nagasaki 11.13 Nara 11.14 Osaka 11.15 Saitama 11.16 Shiga 11.17 Shizuoka 11.18 Tochigi 11.19 Tokyo 11.20 Toyama 11.21 Wakayama 11.22 Yamagata 11.23 Yamaguchi 11.24 Yamanashi

12 Laos

12.1 Vientiane 12.2 Luang Phrabang

13 Malaysia

13.1 Kuala Lumpur 13.2 Malacca 13.3 Penang 13.4 Kelantan 13.5 Perak 13.6 Pahang 13.7 Sabah

14 Mongolia

14.1 Ulaanbaatar 14.2 Övörkhangai 14.3 Selenge

15 Myanmar

15.1 Yangon
Yangon
Region 15.2 Mandalay
Mandalay
Region 15.3 Rakhine State 15.4 Bago Region 15.5 Mon State 15.6 Shan State

16 Nepal

16.1 Kapilbastu District 16.2 Kathmandu
Kathmandu
District 16.3 Mustang District 16.4 Rupandehi District

17 New Zealand 18 Philippines

18.1 Davao 18.2 Metro Manila

19 Russia 20 Singapore 21 South Africa 22 South Korea

22.1 Seoul 22.2 Gyeonggi 22.3 Gangwon 22.4 North Chungcheong 22.5 South Chungcheong 22.6 North Gyeongsang 22.7 South Gyeongsang 22.8 North Jeolla 22.9 North Pyeongan 22.10 South Jeolla 22.11 Daejeon

23 Sri Lanka

23.1 Ampara 23.2 Anuradhapura 23.3 Badulla 23.4 Balapitiya 23.5 Colombo 23.6 Dambulla 23.7 Hambantota 23.8 Jaffna 23.9 Kandy 23.10 Kalutara 23.11 Kelaniya 23.12 Kurunegala 23.13 Madampe 23.14 Mahiyanganaya 23.15 Matale 23.16 Polgahawela 23.17 Polonnaruwa 23.18 Trincomalee

24 Taiwan 25 Tanzania 26 Thailand

26.1 Bangkok 26.2 Chiang Mai 26.3 Chiang Rai 26.4 Kanchanaburi 26.5 Nakhon Si Thammarat 26.6 Pathum Thani 26.7 Phetchabun 26.8 Saraburi 26.9 Surat Thani

26.9.1 Ko Samui

26.10 Phitsanulok

27 Uganda 28 United States

28.1 Arizona 28.2 California 28.3 Colorado 28.4 Connecticut 28.5 Florida 28.6 Georgia 28.7 Hawaii 28.8 Illinois 28.9 Kentucky 28.10 Louisiana 28.11 Maryland 28.12 Massachusetts 28.13 Michigan 28.14 Minnesota 28.15 Nebraska 28.16 New Jersey 28.17 New Mexico 28.18 New York 28.19 North Carolina 28.20 Ohio 28.21 Oregon 28.22 Rhode Island 28.23 Texas 28.24 Utah 28.25 Virginia 28.26 Washington 28.27 Wisconsin

29 Vietnam

29.1 An Giang 29.2 Bắc Ninh 29.3 Bình Dương 29.4 Đà Lạt 29.5 Đồng Nai 29.6 Hà Nội 29.7 Hồ Chí Minh City (Sài Gòn) 29.8 Huế 29.9 Hưng Yên 29.10 Kiên Giang 29.11 Ninh Bình 29.12 Nam Định 29.13 Nha Trang 29.14 Phú Yên 29.15 Sóc Trăng 29.16 Thái Bình 29.17 Tiền Giang 29.18 Vũng Tàu

30 See also 31 Notes 32 External links

Australia[edit] Australian Capital Territory[edit]

Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monastery
Monastery
(Sri Lankan)

New South Wales[edit]

Nan Tien Temple Sunnataram Forest Monastery

Queensland[edit]

Chung Tian Temple

South Australia[edit]

Pháp Hoa Temple

Victoria[edit]

Tara Institute

Western Australia[edit]

Bodhinyana Monastery

Bangladesh[edit]

Buddha
Buddha
Dhatu Jadi Somapura Mahavihara Shita Coat Bihar Jagaddala Mahavihara Shalban Vihara Vasu Vihara

Bhutan[edit]

Paro Taktsang
Paro Taktsang
(Tiger's Nest)

Bumthang[edit]

Kurjey Lhakhang
Kurjey Lhakhang
- one of Bhutan's most sacred temples - image of Guru Rinopche enshrined in rock.

Paro[edit]

Rinpung Dzong Paro Taktsang
Paro Taktsang
(Tiger's Nest) - perched on a 1,200 meter cliff, this is one of Bhutan's most spectacular monasteries.

Punakha[edit]

Punakha Dzong
Punakha Dzong
- constructed by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal
Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal
in 1637-38 it is the head monastery of the Southern Drukpa Kagyu school.

Phobjika[edit]

Gangteng Monastery

Thimphu[edit]

Chagri Monastery

Cambodia[edit]

Prasat Angkor Wat

Wat
Wat
Preah Keo Morokot

Wat
Wat
Phnom.

Angkor[edit]

Angkor Wat Bayon Krol Ko Neak Pean Preah Khan Preah Palilay Ta Prohm Ta Som

Kampong Thom[edit]

Prasat Kuh Nokor

Phnom Penh[edit]

Wat
Wat
Botum Wat
Wat
Ounalom Wat
Wat
Moha Montrey Wat
Wat
Phnom Wat
Wat
Preah Keo (Silver Pagoda)

Pursat[edit]

Wat
Wat
Bakan

Canada[edit] British Columbia[edit]

Monastère Bouddhiste de Tam Bao Son, Canton d'Harrington, Laurentides, Québec

International Buddhist Temple, Richmond Ling Yen Mountain Temple Thrangu Monastery
Monastery
(Richmond, British Columbia)

Nova Scotia[edit]

Gampo Abbey

Ontario[edit]

Fo Guang Shan Temple, Toronto Toronto Branch, Mississauga Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monastery
Monastery
(Theravada) Toronto Zen
Zen
Centre Zen
Zen
Centre of Ottawa

Quebec[edit] People's Republic of China[edit]

The Tianning Pagoda
Pagoda
in Beijing, built around 1120.

The Putuo Zongcheng Temple
Temple
in Hebei, represents a fusion of Chinese and Tibetan architectural style.

Chi Lin Nunnery
Chi Lin Nunnery
in Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Tianning Temple
Temple
(Changzhou) in Jiangsu
Jiangsu
- the tallest pagoda and the tallest wooden structure in the world.[1]

Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, Xi'an, Shaanxi
Shaanxi
province.

Donglin Temple
Temple
(Shanghai).

Golden Temple
Temple
(Chinese Buddhist) at the summit of Emei Shan, in Sichuan. Emei Shan
Emei Shan
is one of the Four Sacred Mountains of Chinese Buddhism.

The Three Pagodas
Three Pagodas
of Chong Sheng Temple, Dali City, Yunnan.

See also: List of Buddhist architecture
Buddhist architecture
in China Anhui[edit]

Huacheng Temple

Beijing[edit]

Big Bell Temple
Temple
(Juesheng Temple) Fayuan Temple Guanghua Temple Guangji Temple Jietai Temple Miaoying Temple Tanzhe Temple Temple
Temple
of Azure Clouds Tianning Temple Wanshou Temple Yonghe Temple Yunju Temple Zhenjue Temple Zhihua Temple

Fujian[edit]

Cao'an
Cao'an
(originally, a Manichaean
Manichaean
temple) Guanghua Temple Kaiyuan Temple Wanfu Temple

Guangdong[edit]

Guangxiao Temple
Temple
(" Temple
Temple
of Bright Filial Piety") Hoi Tong Temple
Temple
("Ocean Banner Temple") Nanhua Temple Temple
Temple
of the Six Banyan Trees

Hainan[edit]

Nanshan Temple
Temple
(Sanya)

Hebei[edit]

Kaishan Temple Longxing Monastery Puning Temple Putuo Zongcheng Temple

Henan[edit]

Daxiangguo Temple Iron Pagoda Shaolin Monastery Songyue Pagoda White Horse Temple Youguo Temple

Hohhot[edit]

Five Pagoda
Pagoda
Temple

Hubei[edit]

Guiyuan Temple
Temple
in Hanyang Xingfu Temple
Temple
destroyed; formerly in Wuchang

Hong Kong[edit]

Chi Lin Nunnery Kwan Kung Pavilion Po Lin Monastery Tsing Shan Monastery Tsz Shan Monastery Yuen Yuen Institute

Jiangsu[edit]

Hanshan Temple Huqiu Tower Jiming Temple Linggu Temple Qixia Temple Tianning Temple
Temple
(天宁宝塔), Changzhou, the tallest pagoda in the world. Height: 153.8 metres (505 ft).

Jiangxi[edit]

Donglin Temple

Ningxia[edit]

Baisigou Square Pagoda

Quanzhou[edit]

Kaiyuan Temple

Shaanxi[edit]

Famen Temple Giant Wild Goose Pagoda Small Wild Goose Pagoda Xingjiao Temple

Shandong[edit]

Four Gates Pagoda Lingyan Temple Zhanshan Temple

Shanghai[edit]

Donglin Temple Jade Buddha
Buddha
Temple Jing'an Temple Longhua Temple

Shanxi[edit]

Foguang Temple Nanchan Temple Pagoda
Pagoda
of Fogong Temple

Sichuan[edit]

Bao'en Temple

Tibet
Tibet
Autonomous Region[edit]

The Potala Palace
Potala Palace
in Lhasa, Tibet.

The Jokhang
Jokhang
Temple
Temple
in Lhasa, Tibet.

See also: List of Buddhist monasteries in Tibet

Ganden Monastery Jokhang Katok Monastery Khorzhak Monastery Menri Monastery Mindrolling Monastery Nechung Palpung Monastery Palyul Ralung Monastery Sakya Monastery Samding Monastery Samye Sera Monastery Shechen Monastery Simbiling Monastery Surmang Tashilhunpo Monastery Tsi Nesar Tsurphu Monastery Yerpa

Yunnan[edit]

Three Pagodas Yuantong Temple

Zhejiang[edit]

Baoguo Temple Guoqing Temple Jingci Temple Lingyin Temple Liuhe Pagoda Puji Temple Fayu Temple

Europe[edit]

The Pagode de Vincennes, originally the Cameroon
Cameroon
Pavilion of the 1931 Paris Colonial Exposition.

Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa
Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa
in Tuscany.

Das Buddhistische Haus
Das Buddhistische Haus
in Berlin
Berlin
- the oldest Buddhist temple
Buddhist temple
in Europe.

The main stupa at Samyé Ling monastery in Scotland

Ivolginsky Datsan
Ivolginsky Datsan
in Buryatia, Russia.

Denmark[edit]

Havredal Zendo, Viborg

England[edit]

Aruna Ratanagiri
Aruna Ratanagiri
Buddhist Monastery
Monastery
(Harnham Buddhist Monastery), Northumberland (Thai) Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, Hertfordshire (Thai) Chithurst Buddhist Monastery
Monastery
(Cittaviveka), West Sussex (Thai) London Fo Guang Shan
Fo Guang Shan
Temple, Marylebone, London (Chinese) Kadampa Buddhist Temple, Ulverston Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monastery, Watford, London (Sri Lankan) Nipponzan-Myōhōji
Nipponzan-Myōhōji
Temple
Temple
and Peace Pagoda
Pagoda
at Willen, Milton Keynes (Japanese) Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey, Northumberland Wat
Wat
Buddhapadipa, Wimbledon, London (Thai) Wat
Wat
Charoenbhavana, Manchester (Thai)

France[edit]

Village des Pruniers; Plum Village Kagyu-Dzong, Paris Vajradhara-Ling and Temple
Temple
for Peace, Aubry-le-Panthou, Normandy Lerab Ling, Montpellier Pagode de Vincennes, Bois de Vincennes

Germany[edit]

Das Buddhistische Haus
Das Buddhistische Haus
(engl.: the Buddhist house; oldest Buddhist temple in Europe) Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monastery, (Theravada)

Hungary[edit]

Hungarian Shaolin Temple Wonkwangsa International Zen
Zen
Temple, Esztergom, Kwan Um School of Zen, Korean tradition

Italy[edit]

Istituto Lama
Lama
Tzong Khapa Santacittarama Buddhist Monastery, Poggio Nativa (Thai)

The Netherlands[edit] See also: Buddhism
Buddhism
in the Netherlands Poland[edit]

Drophan Ling

Scotland[edit]

Kagyu Samyé Ling Monastery
Monastery
and Tibetan Centre

Slovenia[edit]

Buddhist Congregation Dharmaling

Spain[edit]

Benalmádena Stupa, Benalmádena Dag Shang Kagyü, Panillo, Huesca

Sweden[edit]

Buddharama Temple

India[edit] Andhra Pradesh[edit]

Bavikonda
Bavikonda
stupas, Andhra Pradesh

Stupas at Bojjannakonda
Bojjannakonda
in Andhra Pradesh

Buddhist Monastery
Monastery
Remnants, Ramatheertham, Andhra Pradesh

Amaravati Bavikonda Bojjannakonda Nagarjunakonda Pavurallakonda Phanigiri Ramatheertham Salihundam Thotlakonda

Arunachal Pradesh[edit]

Tawang Monastery

Bihar[edit]

Mahabodhi Temple
Mahabodhi Temple
Complex at Bodh Gaya Nalanda Rajgir

Goa[edit] Main article: List of temples in Goa Buddhist caves exist in following places in Goa:[citation needed]

Arambol
Arambol
(Harahara) Bandora (Bandivataka) Kudne (Kundivataka) Margao
Margao
(Mathagrama) Rivona
Rivona
(Rishivana)

Buddha
Buddha
idols have been found in several places, and some temples, some are still in worship and are considered now as Hindu gods. Monasteries used to exist in many places, and it can be seen from the names of the modern villages. For example, Viharas have been found in modern Divachali or ancient Dipakavishaya, Lamgaon or ancient Lamagrama and many other places. Himachal Pradesh[edit]

Gandhola Monastery, Lahaul, Himachal Pradesh

Key Monastery, Spiti, Himachal Pradesh

Tabo Monastery, Spiti, Himachal Pradesh

Dhankar Gompa Gandhola Monastery Gemur Monastery Gozzangwa Monastery Kardang Monastery Key Monastery Kibber Kungri Monastery Lhalung Monastery Namgyal Monastery Rewalsar Shashur Monastery Tabo Monastery Tangyud Monastery Tayul Monastery

Jammu and Kashmir[edit]

Dzongkhul Monastery Ladakh

Alchi Monastery Bardan Monastery Basgo Monastery Chemrey Monastery Diskit Monastery Hanle Monastery Hemis Monastery Hundur Monastery Korzok Monastery Kursha Monastery Lamayuru Monastery Likir Monastery Lingshed Monastery Mashro Monastery Matho Monastery Mulbekh Monastery Namgyal Tsemo Monastery Phugtal Monastery Phyang Monastery Rangdum Monastery Rizong Monastery Sani Monastery Sankar Monastery Shey Monastery Spituk Monastery Stakna Monastery Stok Monastery Stongdey Monastery Sumda Chun Takthok Monastery Thikse Monastery Zangla Monastery

Karnataka[edit]

Namdroling Monastery

Kerala[edit]

Karumadikkuttan

Madhya Pradesh[edit]

Sanchi

Deur Kothar Dharmrajeshwar Sanchi

Maharashtra[edit]

Deekshabhoomi, Buddhism
Buddhism
revival place in India

Ajanta Caves

Ajanta Caves Aurangabad Caves Bedse Caves Bhaja Caves Chaitya Bhoomi Deekshabhoomi Ellora Caves Ghorawadi Caves Jogeshwari Caves Kanheri Caves Karla Caves Mahakali Caves Pandavleni Caves Statue of Equality Vishwa Shanti Stupa, Wardha

Orissa[edit]

Dhauli, Orissa

Ratnagiri (Orissa)

Brahmani temple Dhauli Lalitgiri Marichi temple Puspagiri Mahavihara Ratnagiri (Orissa) Udayagiri (Orissa) Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves

Sikkim[edit]

Rumtek Monastery, Sikkim

Dubdi Monastery Enchey Monastery Pemayangtse Monastery Phensang Monastery Phodang Monastery Ralang Monastery Rumtek Monastery Tashiding Monastery Tsuklakhang Palace

Tamil Nadu[edit]

Chudamani Vihara

Uttar Pradesh[edit]

Parinirvana
Parinirvana
Stupa : Death (Nirvana) place of Gautam Buddha. Chaukhandi Stupa Dhamek Stupa Jetavana, Sravasti Kushinagar Sarnath Varanasi

West Bengal[edit]

Darjeeling
Darjeeling
district

Bhutia Busty Monastery, Darjeeling Ghum Monastery, Darjeeling Mag-Dhog Yolmowa Monastery, Darjeeling Tharpa Choling Monastery, Kalimpong Zang Dhok Palri Phodang, Kalimpong

Indonesia[edit] See also: Candi of Indonesia

Borobudur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Sewu

Candi Banyunibo
Banyunibo
located in a paddy field southeast of Ratu Boko

Sumatra[edit]

Candi Bahal Candi Muaro Jambi Candi Muara Takus Maha Vihara
Vihara
Maitreya Lumbini
Lumbini
Natural Park

West Java[edit]

Candi Batujaya

Central Java[edit]

Candi Borobudur Candi Mendut Candi Pawon Candi Kalasan Candi Sari Candi Sewu Candi Banyunibo Candi Plaosan

East Java[edit]

Candi Surawana Candi Jabung

Bali[edit]

Brahmavihara-Arama

Israel[edit]

Tel Aviv Zen
Zen
Center

Japan[edit] Main article: Buddhist temples in Japan Fukui[edit]

Eihei-ji
Eihei-ji
in Eiheiji, Fukui

Eihei-ji

Fukuoka[edit]

Nanzoin Shōfuku-ji

Gifu[edit]

Eihō-ji Shōgen-ji Shōhō-ji

Hiroshima[edit]

Buttsū-ji Ankoku-ji Myōō-in

Hyōgo[edit]

Antai-ji Chōkō-ji Engyō-ji Hōrin-ji Hōun-ji Ichijō-ji Jōdo-ji in Ono Kakurin-ji in Kakogawa Sagami-ji Taisan-ji in Kobe

Iwate[edit]

Chūson-ji Mōtsū-ji

Kagawa[edit]

Zentsū-ji
Zentsū-ji
(Kūkai's birthplace)

Motoyama-ji Zentsū-ji

Kanagawa[edit]

Engaku-ji Hōkoku-ji Kenchō-ji Kōtoku-in Sōji-ji

Kyoto[edit]

Kinkaku-ji
Kinkaku-ji
(Rinzai- Shōkoku-ji
Shōkoku-ji
sect), the Temple
Temple
of the Golden Pavilion, located in Kyoto. It was built in Muromachi period.

Kiyomizu-dera
Kiyomizu-dera
in Kyoto, Kyoto

See also: List of Buddhist temples
List of Buddhist temples
in Kyoto

Adashino Nembutsu-ji Byōdō-in Chion-in
Chion-in
(Head temple of the Jodo Shu
Jodo Shu
Buddhist sect) Daigo-ji Daikaku-ji Daitoku-ji Eikan-dō Zenrin-ji Ginkaku-ji
Ginkaku-ji
( Temple
Temple
of the Silver Pavilion) Higashi-Honganji
Higashi-Honganji
(One of two head temples of the Jōdo Shinshū Buddhist sect) Kinkaku-ji
Kinkaku-ji
(Rokuonji, Deer Garden Temple, Temple
Temple
of the Golden Pavilion) Kiyomizu-dera Kōdai-ji Kōzan-ji Manpuku-ji
Manpuku-ji
(Ōbaku temple at Uji) Myōshin-ji Nishi-Honganji
Nishi-Honganji
(One of two head temples of the Jodo Shinshu
Jodo Shinshu
Buddhist sect) Nanzen-ji Ninna-ji Ryōan-ji Saihō-ji Sanjūsangen-dō Tenryū-ji
Tenryū-ji
(major temple of the Rinzai
Rinzai
school) Tōfuku-ji

Manju-ji

Tō-ji

Miyagi[edit]

Zuigan-ji

Nagano[edit]

Zenkō-ji

Nagasaki[edit]

Fukusai-ji Sōfuku-ji in Nagasaki

Nara[edit]

Tōdai-ji's Daibutsu in Nara, Nara

Hōryū-ji
Hōryū-ji
in Ikaruga, Nara

Asuka-dera Daian-ji Gangō-ji Hase-dera Hokke-ji Hōki-ji Hōryū-ji Kimpusen-ji Kōfuku-ji Ōminesan-ji Saidai-ji Murō-ji Shin-Yakushi-ji Taima-dera Tōdai-ji Tōshōdai-ji Yakushi-ji

Osaka[edit]

Shitennō-ji
Shitennō-ji
(the first Buddhist and oldest officially administered temple in Japan)

Saitama[edit]

Heirin-ji

Shiga[edit]

Konpon Chū-dō of Enryakuji
Enryakuji
in Ōtsu, Shiga

Eigen-ji Enryaku-ji
Enryaku-ji
( Temple
Temple
complex on a mountain northeast of the city) Ishiyama-dera Mii-dera

Shizuoka[edit]

Ryūtaku-ji Shōgen-ji Taiseki-ji

Tochigi[edit]

Rinnō-ji

Tokyo[edit]

Danjogaran of Mount Kōya

Kan'ei-ji Sengaku-ji Sensō-ji

Sensō-ji
Sensō-ji
( Temple
Temple
complex)

Shōfuku-ji in Higashimurayama

Toyama[edit]

Kokutai-ji

Wakayama[edit]

Danjogaran of Mount Kōya

Chōhō-ji Fudarakusan-ji Jison-in Mount Kōya
Mount Kōya
( Temple
Temple
complex)

Kongōbu-ji

Negoro-ji Seiganto-ji

Yamagata[edit]

Yama-dera

Yamaguchi[edit]

Kōzan-ji
Kōzan-ji
in Shimonoseki

Yamanashi[edit]

Kōgaku-ji Kuon-ji

Laos[edit]

Pha That Luang

Vientiane[edit]

Pha That Luang, Vientiane Wat
Wat
Si Saket, Vientiane That Dam, Vientiane

Luang Phrabang[edit]

Wat
Wat
Xieng Thong, Luang Phrabang

Malaysia[edit]

Kek Lok Si Temple, Penang.

Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka
Buddhist Temple
Temple
(from Lorong Timur), Sentul, Kuala Lumpur

Puu Jih Shih Temple, Sandakan, Sabah.

Kuala Lumpur[edit]

Buddhist Maha Vihara, Brickfields Sin Sze Si Ya Temple Thai Buddhist Chetawan Temple Thean Hou Temple

Malacca[edit]

Cheng Hoon Teng
Cheng Hoon Teng
(oldest Buddhist temple
Buddhist temple
in Malaysia) Xiang Lin Si Temple

Penang[edit]

Dhammikarama Burmese Temple Kek Lok Si Temple
Temple
(槟城极乐寺) Mahindarama Buddhist Temple Nibbinda Forest Monastery
Monastery
(丛林道场) Wat
Wat
Buppharam Wat
Wat
Chaiyamangkalaram

Kelantan[edit]

Wat
Wat
Phothivihan

Perak[edit]

Kek Look Seah Temple Sam Poh Tong Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary

Pahang[edit]

Chin Swee Caves Temple

Sabah[edit]

Che Sui Khor Pagoda Pu Tuo Si Temple Puu Jih Shih Temple

Mongolia[edit]

Golden Temple
Temple
at Gandan Monastery
Monastery
in Ulan Bator.

Main article: List of Buddhist temples
List of Buddhist temples
in Mongolia Ulaanbaatar[edit]

Gandantegchinlen Khiid Monastery

Övörkhangai[edit]

Erdene Zuu Monastery

Selenge[edit]

Amarbayasgalant Khiid Shankh Monastery

Myanmar[edit]

Shwedagon Pagoda
Pagoda
in Yangon
Yangon
- the most revered pagoda in Myanmar.

Ancient pagodas are built in the Mon style, Bagan.

Dhammayangyi Temple
Temple
- a pyramid-shaped Buddhist temple.

Shwenandaw Monastery
Monastery
in Mandalay.

Shwezigon Pagoda
Pagoda
in Bagan.

Main article: Pagodas in Burma Yangon
Yangon
Region[edit]

Yangon
Yangon
(Rangoon)

Botahtaung Pagoda Kaba Aye Pagoda
Pagoda
(World Peace Pagoda) Shwedagon Pagoda Sule Pagoda

Mandalay
Mandalay
Region[edit]

Bagan
Bagan
(Pagan)

Ananda
Ananda
Temple Bupaya Pagoda Dhammayangyi Temple Dhammayazika Pagoda Gawdawpalin Temple Htilominlo Temple Lawkananda Pagoda Mahabodhi Temple Manuha Temple Mingalazedi Pagoda Payathonzu Temple Shwegugyi Temple Shwesandaw Pagoda Shwezigon Pagoda Sulamani Temple Tharabha Gate Thatbyinnyu Temple

Mandalay

Atumashi Monastery Kuthodaw Pagoda Mahamuni Buddha Shwenandaw Monastery

Rakhine State[edit]

Shite-thaung Temple Htukkanthein Temple Koe-thaung Temple Andaw-thein Ordination Hall Le-myet-hna Temple

Bago Region[edit]

Bago

Shwethalyaung Buddha
Buddha
(Reclining Buddha) Shwemawdaw Pagoda

Pyay

Shwesandaw Pagoda
Pagoda
(Pyay)

Mon State[edit]

Kyaiktiyo Pagoda

Shan State[edit]

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda Pindaya Caves

Nepal[edit]

Boudhanath
Boudhanath
in Kathmandu, Nepal.

The Great Drigung Kagyud Lotus Stupa
Stupa
in Lumbini, Nepal

Kapilbastu District[edit]

Tilaurakot

Kathmandu
Kathmandu
District[edit]

Swayambhunath Boudhanath

Mustang District[edit]

Muktinath

Rupandehi District[edit]

Lumbini, birthplace of Siddhartha Gautama Buddha

New Zealand[edit]

Fo Guang Shan
Fo Guang Shan
Temple, Auckland, North Island

Philippines[edit] Davao[edit]

Lon Wa Buddhist Temple, Philippines (隆華禪寺)

Metro Manila[edit]

Seng Guan Temple IBPS Manila, Philippines ( Fo Guang Shan
Fo Guang Shan
Manila) (菲律賓馬尼拉佛光山) World Fellowship of Buddhists, Philippines (世界佛教徒联谊会) Ocean Sky Chan Monastery, Philippines (海天禅寺)

Russia[edit]

List of Buddhist temples
List of Buddhist temples
in Russia

Singapore[edit] Main article: Buddhism
Buddhism
in Singapore

Modern architecture of the Buddha
Buddha
Tooth Relic Temple
Temple
and Museum in Singapore.

Aaloka Buddhist Center Amitabha Buddhist Centre Bodhiraja Buddhist Society Buddha
Buddha
of Medicine Welfare Society Buddha
Buddha
Tooth Relic Temple
Temple
and Museum Buddhist Library Burmese Buddhist Temple Cheng Beng Buddhist Society Dharma Drum
Dharma Drum
Singapore Fo Guang Shan Foo Hai Ch'an Monastery[2] Hai Inn Temple Hua Giam Si Jin Long Si Temple Karma Kagyud Buddhist Centre Nyingma Kathok Buddhist Centre Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Temple Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple Kwan Yin Chan Lin Nichiren
Nichiren
Shoshu Buddhist Association (Singapore) Palelai Buddhist Temple Poh Ern Shih Temple Sakya Muni Buddha
Buddha
Gaya Temple Siong Lim Temple Sri Lankaramaya Buddhist Temple Thekchen Choling
Thekchen Choling
Tibetan Buddhist Temple Thian Hock Keng Ti-Sarana Buddhist Association Tzu Chi Singapore Vipassana Meditation Centre Wat
Wat
Ananda
Ananda
Metyarama Thai Buddhist Temple

South Africa[edit]

Nan Hua

South Korea[edit] See also: Korean Buddhist temples Seoul[edit]

Bongeunsa

See also: List of Buddhist temples
List of Buddhist temples
in Seoul

Bongeunsa Bongwonsa Jogyesa

Gyeonggi[edit]

Bongseonsa Silleuksa Yongjusa

Gangwon[edit]

Naksansa

Sinheungsa Oseam Woljeongsa Naksansa

North Chungcheong[edit]

Beopjusa Guinsa

South Chungcheong[edit]

Magoksa Sudeoksa

North Gyeongsang[edit]

Bunhwangsa Donghwasa Bulguksa
Bulguksa
(including Seokguram) Hwangnyongsa Jikjisa

South Gyeongsang[edit]

Haeinsa

Ssanggyesa Tongdosa
Tongdosa
(one of the Three Jewel Temples) Haeinsa
Haeinsa
(one of the Three Jewel Temples) Busan Beomeosa

North Jeolla[edit]

Geumsansa Miruk-sa Seonunsa

North Pyeongan[edit]

Pohyonsa

South Jeolla[edit]

Songgwangsa
Songgwangsa
(one of the Three Jewel Temples) Hwaeomsa

Daejeon[edit]

Musangsa

Sri Lanka[edit]

Temple
Temple
of the Tooth in Kandy.

Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara
Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara
in Kelaniya.

Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monastery
Monastery
in Polgahawela.

Dambulla Golden Cave Temple

Ruwanwelisaya

Mahiyangana Dagoba

Ampara[edit]

Magul Maha Viharaya, Lahugala Muhudu Maha Viharaya, Pottuvil

Anuradhapura[edit]

Atamasthana Sri Maha Bodhiya Lovamahapaya Ruwanwelisaya Mirisaveti Stupa Isurumuniya Thuparamaya Lankarama Jetavanarama Abhayagiriya Samadhi
Samadhi
Statue Sela Cetiya

Badulla[edit]

Muthiyangana Raja Maha Vihara

Balapitiya[edit]

Kothduwa temple, Maduganga River

Colombo[edit]

Bellanwila Rajamaha Viharaya, Bellanwila Buddhist Cultural Centre, Dehiwala Gangaramaya Temple, Colombo

Dambulla[edit]

Dambulla cave temple

Hambantota[edit]

Tissamaharama Raja Maha Vihara Sithulpawwa Rajamaha Viharaya

Jaffna[edit]

Nagadeepa Purana Viharaya

Kandy[edit]

Devanapatissa Vipassana International Meditation Centre Temple
Temple
of the Tooth [Sri Dalada Maligawa]

Kalutara[edit]

Asokaramaya Buddhist Temple

Kelaniya[edit]

Raja Maha Vihara

Kurunegala[edit]

Ridi Viharaya

Madampe[edit]

Senanayake Aramaya

Mahiyanganaya[edit]

Mahiyangana Raja Maha Vihara

Matale[edit]

Aluvihare Rock Temple, Matale

Polgahawela[edit]

Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monastery

Polonnaruwa[edit]

Polonnaruwa Vatadage Gal Vihara Somawathiya Stupa

Trincomalee[edit]

Seruvila Mangala Raja Maha Viharaya

Taiwan[edit]

Fo Guang Shan
Fo Guang Shan
Buddha
Buddha
Memorial Center, Taiwan.

Chung Tai Chan Monastery
Monastery
(中台山), Nantou, the tallest Buddhist temple in the world. Height: 136 metres (446 ft).[3] Dharma Drum
Dharma Drum
Mountain (Fa Gu Shan) (法鼓山), international headquarters of Dharma Drum
Dharma Drum
Mountain organization Mengjia Longshan Temple
Temple
(龍山寺) Fo Guang Shan
Fo Guang Shan
(佛光山)

Tanzania[edit]

Tanzania Buddhist Temple
Temple
and Meditation Center, Dar es Salaam

Thailand[edit]

Wat Phra Kaew
Wat Phra Kaew
in Bangkok.

Wat Rong Khun
Wat Rong Khun
in Chiang Rai.

Wat Phra Dhammakaya
Wat Phra Dhammakaya
in Pathum Thani Province.

Wat Traimit
Wat Traimit
contains Golden Buddha
Buddha
- the world's largest solid gold statue.

See also: List of Buddhist temples
List of Buddhist temples
in Thailand Bangkok[edit]

Wat Benchamabophit
Wat Benchamabophit
(marble temple) Wat
Wat
Suthat, with Giant Swing Wat
Wat
Ratchanadda Wat
Wat
Phra Kaew Wat
Wat
Pho Wat
Wat
Arun Wat
Wat
Paknam Bhasicharoen

Chiang Mai[edit]

Wat
Wat
Aranyawiwake Wat
Wat
Chedi Liem Wat
Wat
Chedi Luang Wat
Wat
Chiang Man Wat
Wat
Doi Mae Pang Wat
Wat
Phra Singh Wat
Wat
Phrathat Doi Suthep Wat
Wat
Umong

Chiang Rai[edit]

Wat
Wat
Phra That Doi Chom Thong Wat
Wat
Phra Kaew, Chiang Rai Wat
Wat
Phra Sing, Chiang Rai Wat
Wat
Rong Khun

Kanchanaburi[edit]

Tiger Temple

Nakhon Si Thammarat[edit]

Wat
Wat
Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan

Pathum Thani[edit]

Wat
Wat
Phra Dhammakaya

Phetchabun[edit]

Wat
Wat
Pha Sorn Kaew

Saraburi[edit]

Wat
Wat
Tham Krabok

Surat Thani[edit] Ko Samui[edit]

Wat Phra Yai
Wat Phra Yai
(Big Buddha) Wat Khunaram ( Temple
Temple
of the Mummy Monk) Wat
Wat
Lamai Wat Plai Laem
Wat Plai Laem
( Guanyin
Guanyin
temple)

Phitsanulok[edit]

Wat
Wat
Phra Sri Rattana Mahatat Woramahawihan Wat
Wat
Nang Phaya Wat
Wat
Ratchaburana, Phitsanulok Wat
Wat
Sam Ruen Wat
Wat
Grong Greng Rin Wat
Wat
Laemphrathat

Uganda[edit]

The Uganda Buddhist Centre, Kampala

United States[edit]

Hsi Lai Temple
Temple
(Chinese) in Hacienda Heights, California
Hacienda Heights, California
- the largest Buddhist temple
Buddhist temple
in the United States.

Byodo-In Temple
Temple
(Japanese) O'ahu, Hawaii.

Deer Park Monastery
Monastery
meditation hall (Vietnamese) in Escondido, California.

So Shim Sa Zen Center
So Shim Sa Zen Center
(Korean) in Plainfield, New Jersey.

Wat
Wat
Boston Buddha
Buddha
Vararam (Thai) in Bedford, Massachusetts.

Shambhala Center (Tibetan) in Boulder, Colorado.

Kadampa Buddhist Temple
Temple
in Seattle, Washington.

Wat Buddhavas of Houston
Wat Buddhavas of Houston
(Thai) in Houston, Texas.

Daifukuji Soto Zen Mission
Daifukuji Soto Zen Mission
(Japanese) in Honalo, Hawaii
Hawaii
- an U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

Linh Quang Buddhist Center (Vietnamese) in Lincoln, Nebraska.

See also: Buddhist Churches of America Arizona[edit]

Wat
Wat
Buddhametta, Tucson

California[edit] See also: List of sanghas in Central Valley, California See also: List of sanghas in San Diego County, California

Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery, Redwood Valley Berkeley Zen
Zen
Center, Berkeley City Of Ten Thousand Buddhas, Talmage Deer Park Monastery, Escondido Hartford Street Zen
Zen
Center, San Francisco Hazy Moon Zen
Zen
Center, Los Angeles Hsi Lai Temple, Hacienda Heights Koyasan Buddhist Temple, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles Mount Baldy Zen
Zen
Center, Mount San Antonio Pao Fa Temple, Irvine Pacific Zen
Zen
Institute, Santa Rosa San Fran Dhammaram Temple, San Francisco San Francisco Zen
Zen
Center, San Francisco

Green Gulch Farm, Muir Beach Beginner's Mind Temple, San Francisco Tassajara Zen
Zen
Mountain Center, Carmel Valley

Shasta Abbey, Mount Shasta Sonoma Mountain Zen
Zen
Center, Santa Rosa Wat
Wat
Buddhanusorn, Fremont Wat
Wat
Mongkolratanaram, Berkeley Yokoji Zen
Zen
Mountain Center, near Idyllwild Zen
Zen
Center of Los Angeles, Los Angeles Zenshuji Soto Mission, Los Angeles

Colorado[edit]

The Great Stupa
Stupa
of Dharmakaya, Shambhala Mountain Center, Red Feather Lakes

Connecticut[edit]

Do Ngak Kunphen Ling Tibetan Buddhist Center for Universal Peace, Redding

Florida[edit]

Guang Ming Temple, Orlando Tubten Kunga Center, Deerfield Beach Wat
Wat
Florida Dhammaram, Kissimmee

Georgia[edit]

Atlanta Soto Zen
Zen
Center, Atlanta

Hawaii[edit] See also: Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii

Byodo-In Temple, Kaneohe Broken Ridge Buddhist Temple, Honolulu Daifukuji Soto Zen
Zen
Mission, Honalo Hawaii
Hawaii
Shingon Mission, Honolulu

Illinois[edit]

Buddhist Temple
Temple
of Chicago, Chicago Chicago Zen
Zen
Center, Evanston Daiyuzenji, Chicago

Kentucky[edit]

Furnace Mountain, Stanton

Louisiana[edit]

New Orleans Zen
Zen
Temple, New Orleans

Maryland[edit]

Kunzang Palyul
Palyul
Choling, Poolesville

Massachusetts[edit]

Cambridge Zen
Zen
Center, Cambridge New England Peace Pagoda, Leverett Valley Zendo, Charlemont Wat
Wat
Boston Buddha
Buddha
Vararam, Bedford Wat
Wat
Nawamintararachutis, Raynham

Michigan[edit]

Lake Superior Zendo, Marquette Still Point Zen
Zen
Buddhist Temple, Detroit

Minnesota[edit]

Dharma
Dharma
Field Zen
Zen
Center, Minneapolis Minnesota Zen
Zen
Center, Minneapolis

Nebraska[edit]

Nebraska Zen
Zen
Center, Omaha

New Jersey[edit]

So Shim Sa Zen
Zen
Center, Plainfield

New Mexico[edit]

Bodhi
Bodhi
Manda Zen
Zen
Center, Jemez Springs Hokoji Zendo, Arroyo Seco Kagyu Shenpen Kunchab, Santa Fe Upaya Institute and Zen
Zen
Center, Santa Fe Zuni Mountain Stupa, Grants

New York[edit]

Chapin Mill Buddhist Retreat Center, Batavia Chogye International Zen
Zen
Center, New York Chuang Yen Monastery, Kent Dai Bosatsu Zendo Kongo-ji, Livingston Manor Karma Triyana Dharmachakra, Woodstock Mahamevnawa Buddhist Meditation Center of New York, Staten Island New York Mahayana
Mahayana
Temple, Leeds New York Zendo Shobo-Ji, Manhattan Rochester Zen
Zen
Center, Rochester USA Shaolin Temple, New York Still Mind Zendo, New York Vajiradhammapadip Temple, Centereach and Mount Vernon Village Zendo, New York Zen
Zen
Center of Syracuse, Syracuse Zen
Zen
Mountain Monastery, Mount Tremper

North Carolina[edit]

Wat
Wat
Carolina Buddhajakra Vanaram, Bolivia

Ohio[edit]

Cleveland Buddhist Temple, Euclid

Oregon[edit]

Great Vow Zen
Zen
Monastery, Clarskanie

Rhode Island[edit]

Providence Zen
Zen
Center, Cumberland

Texas[edit]

American Bodhi
Bodhi
Center, Waller County Chua Buu Mon, Port Arthur Chua Linh-Son Buddhist Temple, Austin Jade Buddha
Buddha
Temple, Houston Maria Kannon Zen
Zen
Center, Dallas Wat
Wat
Buddhavas of Houston, Houston Wat
Wat
Buddhananachat of Austin, Del Valle

Utah[edit]

Kanzeon Zen
Zen
Center, Salt Lake City

Virginia[edit]

Ekoji Buddhist Temple, Fairfax Station

Washington[edit]

Dai Bai Zan Cho Bo Zen
Zen
Temple, Seattle Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple, Seattle Sravasti
Sravasti
Abbey, Newport

Wisconsin[edit]

Deer Park Buddhist Center and Monastery, Oregon Sotekizan Korinzenji, Madison

Vietnam[edit]

One Pillar Pagoda
Pagoda
in Hanoi

Perfume Pagoda
Pagoda
in Hanoi

Dâu Pagoda
Pagoda
in Bắc Ninh Province
Bắc Ninh Province
is the oldest Buddhist temple
Buddhist temple
in Vietnam

Bái Đính Temple
Temple
in Ninh Bình Province
Ninh Bình Province
- the largest complex of Buddhist temples in Vietnam

Thiên Mụ Pagoda
Pagoda
in Huế

Long Sơn Pagoda
Pagoda
in Nha Trang

Vĩnh Nghiêm Pagoda
Pagoda
in Ho Chi Minh City

An Giang[edit]

Tây An Temple

Bắc Ninh[edit]

Bút Tháp Temple Dâu Pagoda Phật Tích Temple

Bình Dương[edit]

Hội Khánh Temple

Đà Lạt[edit]

Linh Sơn Pagoda Trúc Lâm Temple

Đồng Nai[edit]

Bửu Phong Temple

Hà Nội[edit] See also: List of Buddhist temples
List of Buddhist temples
in Hanoi

One Pillar Pagoda Quán Sứ Temple Trấn Quốc Pagoda Láng Temple Perfume Pagoda Thầy Temple

Hồ Chí Minh City (Sài Gòn)[edit]

Ấn Quang Pagoda Giác Lâm Pagoda Hoằng Pháp Temple Quan Âm Pagoda Thiên Hậu Temple Tịnh Xá Trung Tâm Vạn Hạnh Zen
Zen
Temple Vĩnh Nghiêm Pagoda Xá Lợi Pagoda

Huế[edit] See also: Buddhist temples in Huế

Báo Quốc Pagoda Diệu Đế Pagoda Quốc Ân Temple Thiên Mụ Pagoda Thuyền Tôn Temple Từ Đàm Pagoda

Hưng Yên[edit]

Chuông Temple

Kiên Giang[edit]

Sắc Tứ Tam Bảo Temple

Ninh Bình[edit]

Bái Đính Temple Hoa Lư

Nam Định[edit]

Phổ Minh Temple

Nha Trang[edit]

Long Sơn Pagoda

Phú Yên[edit]

Phước Sơn Temple Thuyền Tôn Temple

Sóc Trăng[edit] Thái Bình[edit]

Keo Pagoda

Tiền Giang[edit]

Vĩnh Tràng Temple

Vũng Tàu[edit]

Thích Ca Phật Đài

See also[edit]

Architecture of Bhutan Architecture of India Architecture of Mongolia Architecture of Nepal Architecture of Sri Lanka Architecture of Thailand Architecture of Vietnam Buddhist architecture Chinese architecture Japanese architecture Japanese Buddhist architecture Khmer architecture Korean architecture Pakistani architecture Thai temple art and architecture Tibetan architecture

Notes[edit]

^ China Daily. (April 30, 2007). World's Tallest Pagoda
Pagoda
Inaugurated. Chinadaily.com.cn. Retrieved on 2008-05-22. ^ "Convicted S'pore Buddhist monk Shi Ming Yi walks free after 6mths in jail". Retrieved 22 December 2014.  ^ "SkyscraperPage - Chung-Tai Buddhist Temple". 2008-11-08. 

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