Ti-Ratana

Sanctuary Bentong

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Persatuan Kebajikan Ti-Ratana, Malaysia

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Persatuan Kebajikan Ti-Ratana, Malaysia
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A/C No 1213 00 2118

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Walking In The Path Of The Buddha

Recreation of the 4 major holy sites throughout the Buddha’s life — Lumbini, Bodh Gaya, Sarnath, Kushinagar — for those unable to make a pilgrimage to the sacred Mahabodhi Temple in Bihar, India. Through its symbolic architecture, landscape, statues, images, videos, and voice recordings, the wonder of Buddha’s teachings comes to life for would-be pilgrims.
 

Envisioned as a seat of Buddhist learning in the region, the Sanctuary is ideally set in nature for lay persons to re-orientate and re-centre their lives on Dhamma through physical presence, emotional mindfulness and meditation. Nestled in the lush Pahang forest, this 23 acre property is a short drive from the Karak Highway. With clean air, clear streams and tropical flora and fauna,the Ti-Ratana Sanctuary Bentong blends modern-day amenities with old-world charm.
 

Architecturally designed to coexist with nature, native wildlife has begun to return to the former rubber plantation, giving guests a glimpse of what Oneness entails and the opportunity to put into practice compassion and loving-kindness with all living beings.

 

Ti-Ratana Sanctuary Bentong

The blueprint for the Sanctuary had been floating vividly in my mind before I shared it with others: a spiritual space for the Sangha — our fellow monks and nuns — and the Buddhist community at large.
 

At the Ti-Ratana Sanctuary Bentong, aspiring pilgrims will experience the four major holy sites associated with the life of the Lord Buddha.

The Sanctuary — presently in construction on a 23 acre site in the rolling hills of Bentong town — marks another milestone of the Ti-Ratana Group's mission of building a happy and healthy society.

 
 

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To The Project Fund

Construction of the first phase began in November 2018 and targeted to be completed in late 2020. The worldwide Covid-19 outbreak has put a damper on the work progress. It also affected the on-going project fundraising efforts. It is unfortunate that in addition to the delay, cost escalation has contributed to project cost overrun. It is estimated that the cost will be RM30 million.

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Destination For Events

The Sanctuary’s facilities are designed for community activities. They include classrooms with total area of approximately 6,500 sq ft, a multi-purpose hall with total area of approximately 10,000 sq ft for religious services and special functions, multiple viewing decks, a rooftop garden and meditation deck. Various events such as courses, seminars, workshops or conferences can be held here. In addition, more than an acre of land is allocated for a youth camp facility to promote leadership qualities for the youth.

 
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A place for all,

Help us make this a reality.