Theravāda Buddhism Web Directory

Muang
Nonthaburi
  • Meditation System : Meditation based on the Four Foundations of Mindfulness, Mindfulness on breathing and other methods as taught in the Tripitaka (Scriptures).

  • Teaching Method : New arrivals are provided with instructions, then interviews are given as needed. There is group sitting and walking Meditation (see daily schedule).

  • Teacher : Acharn Sanong Katapunyo, Abbot (Thai; age 61)
    Acharn Sanong speaks english; a few monks and nuns speak english and help with translations.

Presents texts, forum, news and chatroom.

Offers images of hundred of temples around Thailand. By Udo Radlhammer. Besides the pictures, there are also valuable commentaries about the different wats.

On-line book which is exactly what the title promises, plus other useful information such as travel tips and ordination procedures. However, as it is a 1994 edition, some information could be out of date.

For updated info see: http://www.retreat-infos.de/page95/page95.html

Information on Buddhist travel in Thailand based on fieldwork conducted from August 2009-September 2010:

http://wanderingdhamma.wordpress.com/buddhist-travel-in-thailand/

 

Presents a comprehensive section on meditation places in Thailand and a history of Buddhism in Thailand, Buddhist news, as well as sestions on Buddha's Life,  Dhamma,  Dhammapada, Buddhist Lent Day, The Four Noble Truths,  Buddhism Practice. 

Kandy

Established in 1988, supports Buddhist charities, education, and welfare projects throughout the world.

Joining this mailing list will have you updated on the developments of Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary (SBS) project through email.

SBS is a Buddhist sanctuary in Malaysia for the training of Theravada Buddhist monks in theory and practice of the Dhammavinaya. It is dedicated to evolving a modern Theravada Buddhist identity guided by the scriptural tradition.

Waukesha
Wisconsin

Buddha Haksa Temple, also known as Wat Buddha Raksa. The monastery is established to conduct ceremonies and activities serving the spiritual and religious needs of the Lao and Thai communities. It is to provide religious guidance of the Buddha's teachings to the people interested.

Offers meditation courses and Vipassana retreats (in Chinese).

Here you can find information about Vipassana meditation in the tradition of the Ven. Mahasi Sayadaw of Burma (now Myanmar).