Wesak Temple, Brickfields Map

Indian Festival

Thaipusam is celebrated by Hindus ( Tamil community) to pay vows made to Lord Muruga and other Hindu gods.

International Cycling

Le Tour de Langkawi
Le Tour de Langkawi is one of Malaysia yearly cycling race which is held since 1996.

Wesak Day Festival

image image5th May

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image FOC

imageFestival types: Buddhists Religious ceremony

image 03-7955 2443, 03-4041 9459

image 123 Jalan Berhala, Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

image Official/reliable website: Wesak Festival


Wesak Day Festival

   Wesak festival is one of the festival held yearly by Buddhists in Malaysia. During the festivals, they are encouraged to partake of vegetarian food for the day. Devotees are enjoined to make a special effort to refrain from killing of any kind. Buddhists are reminded to live in harmony with people of other faiths and to respect the beliefs of other people as the Buddha had taught.

The Star:
"The two main schools of Buddhism are Mahayana and Theravadha. The Mahayana tradition spreads from India to China, Korea, Japan, Tibet, Bhutan and Nepal while the Theravadha tradition spreads from India to the east, to countries such as Myammar, Thailand and Sri Lanka. Many also take this opportunity to visit the four holy places of Buddha namely Lumbini (Buddha’s birthplace), Bodh Gaya (site of Buddha’s enlightenment), Varanasi (site of Buddha’s first teaching) and Kushinagar (site of Buddha’s Parinirvana)."

Buddhist Temples

Sri Lanka Buddhist Temple, Sentul (03-4041 9459)
Thai Buddhist Chetawan Temple, Petaling Jaya (03-7955 2443)
Buddhist Maha Vihara, Brickfields (03-2274-1141)
Buddhist Society, Shah Alam (03-5121 5186)
Kechara, Petaling Jaya (03-7803 3908)