Place For All
4th April 2022
Our center is in compliance with the Malaysian Transitioning to Endemicity Phase.
Puja is being held ONLINE every Sunday. Yoga is in person. Sunday Dhamma School is hybrid with online and offline options.
Up to 50 vaccinated devotees will be allowed at one time. Committee members, subcommittee members and Sangha members are encouraged to perform routine Covid-19 self-testing using self-test kits and are required to do so before any events.
We are operating both online and in-person.
Online by appointment, online events from 8am to 10pm and in-person
by appointment from 9am to 9pm.
You can also make appointments to offer Lunch Dana to the Resident Sangha from 11am to 2pm. All appointments should be made at least 48 hours in advance, and confirmation is subject to availability and the latest situation of the pandemic.
All those entering physically must scan the SELangkah or MySejahtera QR Codes before entry. You must show your vaccination certificate. Committees must provide their Covid-19 test results. You must also wear a mask at all times - unless you are ALONE in the temple. If you do not wear a mask when there are others around, you will be asked to leave.
Failure to comply to the SOP may result in fines from the authorities to you, and to us as well.
Dhamma Talks & Puja
(CNY, Kathina, Wesak)
Dhamma Talks are one of the best ways to learn Buddhism, besides Sunday Dhamma School. Before each Dhamma Talk, there will be a short Puja & Recitation session.
Ti-Ratana Lumbini Garden, a member of Ti-Ratana Buddhist Society (est. 2000) was officially opened on the 24th of February 2008 by the Most Venerable Datuk Kirinde Sri Dhammaratana, Buddhist Chief High Priest of Malaysia who is also its Spiritual Advisor with a good intention and a compassionate heart.
In 2012, we moved to our current location, a few blocks away to accommodate the ever-growing size of devotees.
Located in Bandar Puteri Puchong, Lumbini Garden aims to educate and provide services to the local community based on the teachings of the Buddha.
Lumbini Garden functions under the Ti-Ratana umbrella as a non-profit and volunteer-driven centre funded through the generous contributions of individuals and organizations.
Ti-Ratana Lumbini Garden is a community center where children, youths, adults and seniors get together for educational programs, youth activities, welfare activities and community services. It also pays special attention in promoting Chinese Culture and moral values for a healthy and lasting relationship among family members and society, based on our vision, "Service for a Healthy Society".
"Lift a Hand, Light a Heart."