A Peaceful Mind and a Tranquil Heart - Bangkok Meditation Day Trip!
This is a day trip at the Buddhadasa Indapanno Archives or BIA (A.k.a Suan Mokkh). Pure Dharma will be experienced in this trip with various types of activities! You will meet and taste a glimpse of Nirvana by relieving your mind with meditation!
History & Culture
Meet up at BTS Station (Mo Chit)
Let's start the trip by a sightseeing the Garden of Liberation (Suan Mokkh Bangkok (Buddhadasa Indapanno Archives or BIA)! This is a great opportunity for you to learn about the Buddhist Dharma, and why Buddhism is the main religion of Thai people!
Let's have lunch (Local Organic Food)!
Experience a glimpse of "Nirvana" by practicing both Sitting Meditation and Walking Meditation! This is such a great way to ease your mind after a long day in this bustling mega city!
Learn from Dharma picture puzzles, share ideas, and decode the clue of the puzzle to take in pure Buddhist Dharma! What a great way to learn!
Let's head to a special event (Check Schedule before Booking)! This event is a Dharma preaching session by a foreign venerable monk, who practices Dhamma purely with a senior Thai Monk of Theravada Forest tradition. The preaching will be in English!
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are excluded
More details about price conditions
Why this trip?
If you want to escape busy life in big city, this program match your requirement.
How local is it?
You will receive a pure wisdom to practice pure meditation.
What makes it unique?
You will meet great and calm experience that you can't find in big city.
Things to prepare for the trip
Expense for Lunch - 200 THB / person
- Mo Chit
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Great introduction to meditation and referrals to bangkoks best available English preaching programs. Sutthiwan truly cares about sharing the end of suffering for all sentient beings. May we rejoice in the triple jewels; the buddha, the sangha, and the dharma
"May all beings find happiness and end suffering"
January 8, 2017